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About summer holidays

1. Can I see the midnight sun anywhere in Greenland?

You can see the midnight sun if you travel above the Arctic Circle. The higher north you go, the longer the period of the midnight sun. But is doesn’t get dark at midnight even in southern Greenland. The sunset just turns to twilight, and then the sky is painted with colors of the sunrise again.

2. Are there a lot of mosquitoes in Greenland?

There are mosquitoes, so you should be prepared. You can buy repellent, reliefs and nets in all larger towns in Greenland. There are a lot natural remedies, but it’s nice to know that rubbing salt on the bite is a really good relief. If you go on a boat trip, there are no mosquitoes at sea.

3. What is the temperature like? Do I need a down jacket?

You can walk in t-shirts and shorts if there is no wind and the sun is out. The humidity is low in Greenland which makes it feel a lot warmer than you see on the thermometer. But once the clouds come out and the wind picks up, we do recommend a light down jacket (or a warm one if you are not used to cold weather). If you are going on a boat trip, dress warmly, because the wind chill from the movement can be cold.

4. What else do you recommend to bring?

Dress in layers, so that you can adjust to changes of weather. Wear synthetic or wool next to your skin, never cotton. A windproof layer is a must-bring. Don’t forget warm gloves and hat, and a neck warmer is really handy when the wind picks up. Shoes should be sturdy for walking on uneven ground, even if you are not going on an extensive hiking tour.

A pair of binoculars can change your experience in Greenland. There are good chances to encounter wildlife, and the distances are great so binoculars will give you a different perspective on the landscape.