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About World Heritage Sites

1. How many World Heritage sites are there in Greenland?

There are three. Ilulissat Icefjord in the north welcomes many travelers in all seasons, who come to see the gigantic icebergs from the fastest flowing glacier in the northern hemisphere.

Two more sites have been listed recently in 2017 and 2018. Kujataa, in South Greenland, with lush green hills and blue icebergs in the background, is where farming was first introduced into the Arctic, by the Norse people who arrived from Europe 1000 years ago.

The third site is Aasivissuit - Nipisat, a large area from Kangerlussuaq, the main hub airport, to Sisimiut the town on the coast in mid Greenland. This large ice-free area from the sea to the ice sheet has numerous archaeological sites dating from 2500 years ago to recent times, and is used to today by locals for hunting and fishing.

2. Can I visit all three sites in one trip?

Yes you can, but there are no package trips at the present, which includes them all. Take a look at our Flight Information, and make a flight and/or ferry plan to travel between the areas first, and then you can choose day-tours for experiences in each area. You’re welcome to write to us, if you have more questions.