Greenland offers scenery like nowhere else on earth: rugged mountainscapes, mighty glaciers and glistening icebergs drifting out to sea to the horizon. With large areas only accessible at certain times of year, this vast land is largely undiscovered and remains unknown to most. It’s the largest island on earth, yet home to just a few thousand Inuit whose livelihoods and culture are shaped by the landscape. Summer is the best time to visit, when the forbidding temperatures retreat and icebergs break from the glaciers and scatter across the bays – a breath-taking spectacle which is blessed by the summer’s Midnight Sun. You might also like our Finland holidays and our Iceland tours.