There are rumblings that a direct route from Northern Ireland to Greenland is on the cards.
The route would be a massive boost for travel and tourism in the Province and provide a much needed winter exploration destination.
Greenland is a massive island located between the North Atlantic and Arctic oceans. About 80% of it’s surface is covered in ice. Most of its small population lives along the ice-free, fjord-lined coast, particularly in the southwest.
Although the country is generally considered remote, cold and dark it is also a country that has preserved its incredible nature, wildlife and Inuit culture.
A place where ice and snow create breathtaking landscape and shape the traditions.
Its northerly position – largely above the Arctic Circle – results in natural phenomena such as summer’s midnight sun and winter’s Northern Lights – a massive draw for tourists.