Travel to Greenland?
Greenland receives a high number of tourists from all across the globe as well as from within the country
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Currency: Greenlandic krone * Capital: Nuuk * Population: 57,000 * Calling code: +299
Buying a SIM card in Greenland
Local SIM Cards – There is only one public mobile operator in Greenland:
- Tusass (formely: TELE Greenland and Tele-Post)
The state-owned TELE Greenland A/S Group was the main telecommunication and postal provider in Greenland and its headquarters are in Nuuk. It also operated the only mobile network in the country. TELE Greenland A/S was rebranded as Tusass in 2021 and all phone and postal services are under the Tusass label now. Tusass is Greenlandic slang for “talk to you later”.
SIM Card Price – Tusass
You can get Tusass prepaid SIM card for 400 DKK ($48.05), which comes with 200 DKK in credit, and it can be bought in every post office. travel to greenland
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1 GB With no expiration = €53.82
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Vast swaths of beautiful, unfenced wilderness give adventurers unique freedom to wander at will, whether on foot, by ski or by dogsled. With virtually no roads, transportation is expensive, but splurging on helicopter and boat rides is worth every penny. These whisk you over truly magnificent mountainscapes and glaciers or through some of the planet’s most spectacular fjords. Greenland also offers world-beating but charmingly uncommercialised opportunities for sea kayaking, rock climbing and salmon fishing.
The world’s biggest non-continental island has the world’s sparsest population. Nonetheless, scattered mainly along Greenland’s west coast are dozens of photogenic little villages of colourfully painted wooden cottages, plus a few small towns as well as the capital, Nuuk Town (Godthåb). In the south there’s an appealing sprinkling of emerald-lawned sheep farms.
Culturally, the unique blend of Inuit and Danish blood has produced a Greenlandic society all of its own. This sometimes discordant mix of ancient and modern combines hunting and dogsledding with Carlsberg and kaffemiks. Sensitive visitors with a passionate but unaggressive interest in local ideas will find a fascinatingly rich culture beneath the thick facade of Greenlandic taciturnity.
With an ever-improving network of tourist offices, hotels and hostels, Greenland is no longer the sole reserve of plutocratic cruise-ship passengers. However you travel, it’s wise to schedule a wide safety margin for unpredictable weather. Leave ample time in each destination to unwind, soak up the midnight sun, witness a glacier calving or to be dazzled by the magic of the aurora borealis.
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