Visit Narsarsuaq and Uunartoq Island, South Greenland
Narsarsuaq is an outdoor paradise of green valleys and turquoise waters dotted with icebergs, and was place where Norse Vikings originally settled and called the country Greenland. Take easy walks amongst the breath-taking scenery, past Norse ruins and crumbling farm houses. Take to the water and explore the beautiful waters of Tunulliarfik Fjord by kayak, before setting sail once more bound for Uunartoq island. Set at the heart of this uninhabited island, surrounded by grassy plains, are bubbling hot springs that have been used for remedial bathing for over 1,000 years. Soak in the supposedly healing waters and marvel at the spectacular surroundings of mountain peaks and drifting icebergs.