Greenland is full of once in a lifetime experiences and flavours. We share our favourites while travelling there and what we recommend for you!
Greenland Travel Blogs
These are all of our Greenland travel blogs at A Brit and a Broad.
Greenland. Greenland is without a doubt the most beautiful country we’ve ever been to. There, we’ve said it. We mean it too.
Being the least densely populated country in the world, not many people get to travel to Greenland, but those that do get to experience a place like no other. It is raw and rugged, the vast wilderness stretching on and on, and it takes your breath away every single day you are there.
If you’re looking for a good overview of what it’s like to travel in Greenland, then the best place to start is our article on the best things to do in Greenland. From kayaking with icebergs to exploring abandoned settlements outside of Nuuk, we really got to experience a number of things in Greenland.
Also, we’ve published our own four episode mini-series in Greenland which you can see here. This really shows you what Greenland is really like, and if we’ve captured just a small amount of its beauty then we’ve done our jobs!
Igaliku and Nunataaq, with a population of 28 and 5 respectively, were two of the most isolated places we’ve ever travelled to. They were the most beautiful too.
Ever fancied having a beer brewed from an 4,000-year-old iceberg? Well join the beer revolution in Greenland and find out how beer is unifying the country.
Kayaking with icebergs in Greenland is amazing fun & so peaceful too. And what about swimming with icebergs? To find that out you’re going to have to read on!
Ice harvesting, shooting, sailing to the mouth of Narsarsuaq Glacier, watching Greenland’s hottest band Nanook play – No wonder we feel in love with Narsaq!
Uunartoq, which literally means “the warm place,” is home to Southern Greenland’s most beautiful natural hot springs, arguably the most beautiful in the world.
With urban life, beautiful nature and a huge sense of community, here’s a look at the little town of Qaqortoq, the Arctic Riveria of the North.
With the most beautiful landscapes you’ll ever see on board the Arctic Umiaq Line, boat trips really don’t come much better than this!
Qaqortoq in southern Greenland is home to the most beautiful hot springs in the world. Don’t believe us? Then come see for yourself!
We caught up with Anne Nivíka Grødem, a prominent food blogger and instagrammer in Nuuk, to talk about Greenlandic good culture and where things are headed.
If you’re visiting Nuuk in Greenland, the Hike & Dine with Touring Greenland is a must. Not only do you spend the day hiking, you catch your own dinner too!
Nuuk is without a doubt one of the most beautiful capital cities in the world, so come and see what we got up to while we discovered all Nuuk had to offer!
While exploring the abandoned settletment of Kangeq I couldn’t help but ask myself the question, just what would life have been like to live here?
Sarfalik mixes contemporary cooking with traditional ingredients and flavours, but is it the best restaurant in Greenland? Find out what we think of Sarfalik!
Flying to Greenland was the most excited I’d been about flying since going on holiday to Disneyland when I was five. It just doesn’t get much better than this.