Best Honeymoon Destinations Guide

Romantic Places in Greenland, Greenland

Greenland is the largest island on Earth. It is also called Kalaallit Nunaat. The terrains of Greenland are closed with snow and ice, consisting of magnificent glaciers, and deeply engraved fjords. This island is famous for a numb er of activities like summer cruises, whale watching, dog sledding and northern light viewing. Greenland is also home to a number of tourist attractions. Here is an overview of all the places you must visit while in Greenland.

Top Romantic Places in Greenland

Illulissat Fjord

It runs west 40 km from the Greenland ice sheet to Disko Bay. At its eastern end is the Jakobshavn Isbrae, the most fast forming glacier in Greenland. It flows at a rate of 20–35 m per day, resulting in around 20 billion tones of icebergs passing out of the fjord every year.

Illulissat Fjord

Photo Credit – Ritchie Argue

Disko Bay

This is an untouched district known as the green heart of Disko Bay. Warm summers attract a lot of tourist to this place. With gentle hills, tundra plains, green passes, blue fjords and mountain tops Disko Bay becomes the favorite hiking spot for many.

Disko Bay

Photo Credit – Ludovic Hirlimann


Know as the ‘Green Paradise of Greenland’ attracts a lot of tourists. Explore the water world of seals, salmons, arctic char and small whales in the water around Narsaq peninsula.

narsaq greenland

Photo Credit – Boegh


This town is located on a fjord which is protected from the open sea by a thin opening. The first thing that you will notice here looking out of the helicopter window is the many brightly-colored houses built along the mountainsides.

Tasiilaq greenland

Photo Credit – Antonio Bovino

National Greenland Museum

The museum has many articles related to archaeology, history, art, and handicrafts and also has information about ruins, graveyards, buildings etc. The museum was inaugurated in 1960.

National Greenland Museum

Photo Credit – Razlan

Nuuk Art Museum

The museum contains a varied collection of paintings, watercolors, drawings, graphics, and figures in soapstone, ivory, and wood. The most important of all these is a collection of over 150 paintings by Emanuel A. Petersen.

Nuuk Art Museum

Photo Credit – Peter Løvstrøm

Kangerlussuaq Museum

This museum is open only during summers. Explore the history of the airport as an old American Air Force base. The museum gives a detailed account of the history of aircrafts in Greenland before, during and after the Second World War.

Hot Springs in Uunartoq

Three naturally heated springs merge into a small pool in the inhabited town of Uunartoq. You can take a dip in this pool surrounded by icebergs and mountain peaks.

Hot Springs in Uunartoq

Photo Credit – Visit Greenland

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