Greenland is hard to get to and difficult to move about, so a trip to this North American island requires a good deal of money and effort. But if you're up for an adventure in a place that's unlike most others, the effort will be well worth it.
In Greenland, you'll see steep, stony mountains crowned with glaciers and enormous icebergs tumbling from the glaciers into a sea that churns between the jagged walls of fjords. Inuit villages can be seen lining the fjord's sides. Don't forget your camera.
Greenland is covered in ice—in fact, Greenlanders will tell you there are three different kinds—but if you can get past the initial idea that ice equals cold, you'll find the frozen water, and Greenland itself, fascinating.
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