Greenland is a country with a rich, cultural history that spans back several centuries. Even though it’s home to only about 60,000 people, Greenland can still offer travelers a unique, exciting experience away from the hustle and bustle of city life.
1. Hot Springs
Greenland boasts numerous hot springs, but those on the island of Uunartoq are the most popular because the water temperatures average between 98 and 100 degrees Fahrenheit all year long. The island’s hot springs consist of three smaller springs that come together to make a giant tub. You can visit the springs at any time of the year and in any type of weather and always find that the water offers a temperature suitable for soaking.