Greenland Photography Adventure and Tour 2019

East Greenland, Tasiilaq, Greenland

August 6 – 14, 2019 | $7995

Schedule

Tuesday, August 6, 2019: Arrival in Reykjavik, Iceland. Meet and greet with Richard followed by group dinner.

Wednesday, August 7, 2019: Flight to Kulusuk, Greenland. Shuttle to Tasiilaq. Day shooting in the colorful town of Tasiilaq.

Thursday, August 8 – Monday, August 12, 2019 : Explore the fjords, glaciers, wildlife, and coastal inuit villages of eastern Greenland by boat and by foot.

Tuesday, August 13, 2019: Morning shoot in Tasiilaq, depart for Reykjavik, Iceland. Group dinner in Reykjavik.

Wednesday, August 14, 2019: Departures.

Greenland truly is a world of its own. Icebergs and the inland ice are probably the most famous aspects of the Greenlandic nature – and with good reason. Colossal icebergs in fantastic shapes of blue and white float on the deep blue sea.

Greenland is also about rugged mountains with beautiful wild flowers in many places, majestic fjords, precipitous cliffs, glaciers and skies so high and air so fresh. It is easy to see why it is not just people who enjoy living here. Animals also thrive here – at sea and on land – whales, seals, reindeer and musk oxen, to name but a few of the spectacular wildlife. In Greenland the past is never far away, and even in the biggest towns you experience culture of bygone times.

Tasiilaq and East Greenland

Natural wilderness the beauty of East Greenland’s natural wilderness combined with the Inuit cultural experience may very well result in your visit to Greenland ranking as one of your most cherished memories.

Tasiilaq and eastern Greenland are some of the most isolated habitations in the world. Along the more than 20,000 kilometers of coastline you’ll only encounter two towns and 5 small settlements, inhabited by no more than 3,500 people. As it is only just over 100 years since the first Europeans came to the area, the traditional Inuit culture still plays an important role in day-to-day life. The culture is still strong where life follows the heartbeat of nature. Hunting is still the main source of income for many people. 

Prepare for days of photographing massive glaciers, floating icebergs in scenic fjords, mountain landscapes, whales, and Inuit villages and culture. Trip is limited to only 6 students!

Highlights

  • The incomparable mountain scenery of the Angmagssalik, Ikasagtivaq, and Johan Peterson Fjords of eastern Greenland. Photography from boats and many stops to shoot and explore from shorelines as well.
  • Dozens of glaciers descending from the massive Greenland Ice Sheet. These include the famous Knud Rasmussen and Hann glaciers.
  • Thousands of crystal-blue floating icebergs, many over 100 feet (30 meters) in height.
  • Arctic wildlife, including whale watching at close range.
  • Tasiilaq is located in the “aurora belt” so the Northern Lights are a very good possibility to see and photograph.
  • Greenlandic Inuit people, culture, and villages (Tasiilaq, Tiniteqilaq, and Kuummiit). The Greenlandic villagers are some of the most friendly and accommodating people in the world.

What’s Included

  • Professional guiding and hands-on photography instruction.
  • 2 nights in Reykjavik, Iceland.
  • 6 nights in Tasiilaq, Greenland.
  • Round trip air fare from Reykjavik, Iceland to Kulusuk, Greenland.
  • Round trip transfer from Kulusuk to Tasiilaq.
  • Airport transfer in Iceland from Keflavik to Reykjavik and back.
  • Full room and board for entire trip.
  • All taxes and service fees.

What’s Not Included

  • International flights to and from Iceland (KEF).
  • Alcoholic beverages.
  • Trip Insurance (recommended).

EVENT: Greenland Photography Tour
DATE: August 6 – 14, 2019
COST: $7995 double occupancy. (Inquire about single occupancy)
DEPOSIT: $1000
ACTIVITY LEVEL: Easy
CANCELLATION POLICY: 80% refund of deposit on or before May 15, 2019.

Register Now

Click below to register, pay your deposit ($1000), and download an informational PDF booklet with more information on the Greenland tour.

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