About Northern Lights in Greenland
Before embarking on your new adventure, check out this fascinating info about Greenland!
During our cruise in the late Arctic summer (September), the temperatures will be around 3°C during the day.
Protected from winds by their high altitude, you can find muskox, Arctic fox, mountain hares and lemmings in the Scoresby Sund area. An abundance of birds and fish can be found here as well.
Iceland and Greenland are the hot spots for Aurora Borealis viewing. While winter (September to April) is the best time to see them, you can experience the northern lights up here year-round. Our cruise is perfectly timed for September (when prime viewing opportunities begin), while the temperatures are still comfortable to explore the beautiful nature of East Greenland and Iceland.
Plan your Greenland Northern Lights Tour
How to get to the Northern Lights Expedition
You’ll need to arrange airfare to and from Reykjavík, Iceland by yourself. We’ll pick you up from the airport and provide a one night stay in a hotel prior to departure. You will then board our expedition ship, the Sea Spirit, and start your cruise.
Greenland Visa control
Check with your consulate before your voyage if you require a visa for Greenland and Iceland. Contact us for further information; we’ll be glad to assist.
Northern Lights Cruise Ships
For your northern lights expedition in Greenland, you’ll cruise aboard the Sea Spirit, perfectly suited for 114 travelers with various cabin categories. Our cruise ship offers a restaurant, bar, outdoor bistro, 24-hour coffee and tea station, library, lecture hall and gym. We also have a shop aboard where you can browse polar-themed gifts and souvenirs.