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Travelers coming to Greenland will see how remote and colorful this country is. The scenery and nature of Greenland will draw you into this country. Greenland has the world’s smallest population with a blend of Inuit and Danish people. There’s so much to see and do when you stay in Greenland.
If you’re interested in the history of Greenland, this country has so many museums to explore. The Paamiut Museum, the Greenland National Museum and the Tele-Museum are just a few.
If you’re interested in the natural features of Greenland, visit the Southern Fjords and IIulissat Kangerlua. These natural wonders will make you want to capture these sites on camera.
Greenland offers visitors the wonder of nature and its history. It’s a must-visit.
Yes, some vaccines are recommended or required for Greenland. The CDC and WHO recommend the following vaccines for Greenland: hepatitis A, hepatitis B, rabies, and influenza.
Due to the country’s location and climate, few infections are present in Greenland. But, traveler’s diarrhea is still a risk. Be sure to bring a traveler’s diarrhea kit with you to prevent any unwanted symptoms.
Visit our vaccinations page to learn more. Travel safely with Passport Health and schedule your appointment today by calling or book online now.
A visa is not needed for stays under 90 days in Greenland. Passports must have at least six months validity.
Greenland is not a part of the EU’s Schengen Agreement. Resident and work permits are not valid for people who plan to travel to Schengen countries.
For more information contact a Passport Health Passport and Visa specialist by calling 1-844-366-8472 or by filling out our online form.
Greenland’s weather changes between regions. This country experiences great differences in temperature over the seasons.
When you travel to Greenland, you should be aware of your surroundings and be safe. You should also be aware of the media because it’s important to know what’s going on in the country you are visiting. You should also let the authorities know about suspicious activity. Avoid demonstrations, and large public gatherings.
Crime is low for the most part in Greenland. But, it doesn’t hurt to be prepared if something should happen while you are in this country. Pick-pocketing and purse snatching can occur. Keep a close eye on your valuables while traveling.
If you’re interested in experiencing one of Greenland’s most beautiful wonders, you should see the Northern Lights. It is known as the ‘biggest light show on earth,’ and it’s an opportunity of a lifetime you can’t miss.
The best time to see the aurora borealis is in the wintertime. You can probably see the Northern lights in November and March. December through February are the best months to go because the night sky is clearer.
Before you make your way to Greenland, there are some things you need to pack to be ready to travel.
Greenland does not have an embassy serving the area. As a part of Denmark, the embassy in Copenhagen serves the area:
U.S. Embassy Copenhagen
Dag Hammarskjölds Allé 24
2100 København Ø
Phone: (+45) 33 41 71 00
Fax: (+45) 35 43 02 23
Visit the Embassy to Denmark website before departure to confirm correct contact details for the office.
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