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Frequently Asked Questions

About winter tours

1. How cold is it in Greenland in the winter?

It depends on when you come and where you go. The coldest it can get is probably around -35°C (-31°F). The capital Nuuk usually has temperatures between -10° to -20°C (+14 to -4°F). Ilulissat is about 5°C (10°F) colder than that.

2. Will I have to buy new clothes and coats for a winter trip to Greenland?

Yes, if you live in the tropics. Probably no, if you go skiing. The key is to dress in layers. Some trips have warm skin coats for rental. Remember to layer your socks, and gloves too, if you’re going to take a lot of photos. A neck warmer will give you extra warmth.

3. Is it dark 24 hours in the winter?

In the High Arctic, yes, it is dark 24 hours in mid- winter. You will be amazed at how beautiful moonlight is on icebergs. Closer to the Arctic Circle, there are many places where it doesn’t get completely dark. We have colors of the twilight lighting up the southern horizon, even when the sun doesn’t come up.