Get close to the whales
Playful humpback whales, fin whales, minke whales and bowhead whales. If we are lucky, we can meet several of them when they are mingling with krill in the Greenlandic waters. Particularly photogenic are humpback whales with their characteristic tail, which comes into view when the humpback whales dive.
You can never tell exactly where and when the whales will appear, but with the skipper's local knowledge and the boat's special whale tracking equipment, there are optimal chances to experience whales first hand.
The bowhead whale, which can live up to 250 years and is the oldest living mammal in the world, congregates especially in the spring before leaving the playground to the humpback whales in the summer. There are a total of 15 species of whales in Greenland, but some are only on a short visit.