- Ultimate Arctic adventure
- Thrilling helicopter transfers
- Live alongside Inuit hunters
Dogsledding is a true way of life in Greenland and the perfect way for us to experience one of the most remote settlements on the planet, located over 800km away from the nearest village.
So far away from the rest of civilisation, the locals still live a traditional lifestyle of fishing and hunting, and despite the arrival of snowmobiles and other modern equipment, dogsled is often the preferred form of transport.
A four-day dogsled expedition with Inuit drivers is a once in a lifetime experience, as is the journey into this remote area by helicopter and snowmobile. Our expedition leads into the heart of the frozen wilderness, staying in basic accommodation alongside the Inuit community.
Living by the rules of nature, exact routes are dictated by the weather conditions yet we are assured incredible views in the Scoresbysund area, the longest fjord complex in the world. Travelling this way immerses you in the landscape, and increases the chances of spotting seals, arctic foxes, little auks and perhaps even Polar bears!
Adventure Pioneers - This trip gets our vote!
Each year we run a competition that challenges you to design a trip for our Adventure Pioneers range. Out of the entries received we choose the most inspiring, sustainable and appealing to launch as an Exodus trip. They are pioneering. They are different. They are the very best of Exodus Travels. This trip breaks the mould and extends the boundaries of adventure travel.
What makes this trip responsible?
As a part of our continued commitment to responsible tourism, we work closely with our local operator to run this trip in a way that aims to reduce impacts and to give as much back as possible to the local communities. On this trip we stay in the settlement of Ittoqqortoormiit, where we can purchase local art and crafts. The mushers accompanying us during the expedition are local Inuit hunters. Our visit can be a real benefit the local community.
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Dogsled in Eastern Greenland