Covered almost entirely with ice and populated by fewer than sixty-thousand hardy souls, Greenland is a destination reserved for the adventurous. Shoreline villages staked by vibrantly hued homes dominate the shoreline and serve as base camps for wilderness expeditions onto the ice, and along the rugged shoreline. In fact, for the seasoned traveler, the municipalities of the eastern shores function as close-knit, culturally enriching expedition camps for forays into the interior. Whale watching, kayaking, and trekking highlight our offerings in Greenland, though any excursion onto the European island qualifies as a unique cultural experience.