Amazing DMC is a small Destination Management Company putting the emphasis on outstanding and personalised service. AMAZING was founded in 2004 and has decades of experience and passion for adventures in Iceland, Greenland and Spitsbergen. Amazing tailor-make once-in-a lifetime experiences.
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Home to the Northern lights, exciting glaciers and hip capital Reykjavík, Iceland is truly one for the bucket list, an exciting incentive destination, and gaining traction for meetings. This is a chance to ensure your groups immerse themselves in this awe inspiring, phenomenal country.
Remote Greenland is the world's biggest island, and the sea that surrounds it is either permanently frozen or chilled by the mainly cold currents. Staying overnight in an Igloo is an experience that your clients will never forget! Icebergs, Polar Bears and Inuits make Greenland an adventurous destination!
Nuuk: The capital and largest city, known for its modern Greenlandic architecture and the Greenland National Museum
Ilulissat: Famous for the Ilulissat Icefjord, a UNESCO World Heritage Site
Sisimiut: Known for its adventure sports, including hiking and skiing
Qaqortoq: Famous for its Stone & Man project, where local artists have carved sculptures into the town's rocks
Aasiaat: Known for its archipelago and as a center for education and commerce
Narsaq: Famous for its colorful houses and rich Norse history
Thule: The northernmost base, known for its proximity to the North Pole
Kangerlussuaq: Known for its international airport and access to the Greenland Ice Sheet
Kangerlussuaq Airport is the main international gateway. There are no direct flights from the UK; most flights transit through Copenhagen, Denmark.
UTC -3 (West Greenland Time) for most of the west coast, including Nuuk
UTC -4 (Atlantic Time) for Thule Air Base
Danish is also widely spoken
English is commonly used in tourist areas
Danish Krone (DKK)
Weather & Seasons
Polar climate; long, cold winters and short, cool summers. The Midnight Sun occurs in the summer, and the Polar Night occurs in the winter.