Diving in Greenland - that might sound a bit special – and that is exactly what it is! A dive at an iceberg is memorable and maybe you will feel that even the first dive was worth the trip alone. And there is still much more to discover! Polar Bear and walrus are very rare, unfortunately. But in summer humpback whales can be guaranteed and even Orca whales, dolphins, fin whales and many other species are regularly spotted. Even the mighty blue whale shows up here!
However, in addition to the giants of the Arctic - The icebergs and whales – it is also the diversity of small and colorful living beings that might surprise divers. Soft corals, nudibranches, anemones, sponges, feather stars and many other species can exist in the cold water and offer photographic opportunities with scarcity value! All underwater photographers and -filmmaker will have more than enough to do during the whole tour! Also over water impressive glaciers, and the friendly Inuit, sled dogs, Aurora in late summer and autumn, midnight sun in the early summer, snow and ice in different colors, flower-filled meadows and gigantic mountains and fjords – therefore the camera always should be available.
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