"All true wisdom is only to be found far from the dwellings of man, in great solitudes." — Knud Rasmussen, Danish-Inuit polar explorer
As technology shrinks the planet and its most remote reaches become more accessible, novel adventures are ever rarer. But Natural Habitat Adventures have a genuine first to offer: Natural Habitat’s Base Camp Greenland, a deluxe new safari-style camp at the edge of the Greenland ice sheet. In East Greenland, one of the most isolated places on Earth, our guests alone experience this stunning Arctic landscape in supreme comfort. Greenland in summer is glorious: Once the snow melts, miniature wildflowers dot the tundra with color. By summer's end, tiny lowbush blueberries and crowberries ripen as dwarf birch turns to gold and russet. Whales occasionally frequent the bay, while icebergs, spawned from massive glaciers, glitter in the light of a late sunset. Beneath granite peaks that tower over deep fjords, Greenland’s east coast—the "Arctic Riviera"—offers some of the best hiking and kayaking in the North. Nothing compares to Greenland for an epic Arctic adventure destination—and there’s no better way to experience it than from the new wilderness camp!