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About Whale Watching Tours

1. Where can I see whales in Greenland?

You can see whales practically anywhere in Greenland. There are whale watching tours in many towns around Greenland. You might meet them on boat trips to see icebergs or glaciers, or during a boat transport between towns and settlements. On cruise ships that come to Greenland, you also have good chances to see whales.

2. What kind of whales are there in Greenland?

There are 17 species in the Arctic waters around Greenland. The most often seen are the humpback, fin and minke whales. The blue whale and orcas can been seen occasionally too. Some whales are very special, such as the narwhal that has a unicorn-like tusk, which can be seen only in the remote areas.

3. Can I see whales all year round?

Summer is the season for whale watching. They come migrating to waters around Greenland in May and June, and stay until September or October. 

There are three species that are around Greenland in the winter too, the narwhal, beluga and bowhead whales. However, it is not easy to see them in the winter, as they are up north where it is dark and the sea freezes over.