Greenland Guidance

We provide expert logistics and science support. Are you planning on going to Greenland, but you don’t know where to start? Which area is best for my operations? How do I get there? What do I bring? How do I stay safe? Which permits do I need? How do I keep things affordable?

If you and your team are traveling to Greenland and do not want to be confined to tourist locations, we can help. We can either assist you remotely, or provide local support. Greenland Guidance has years of experience running complex operations in all corners of Greenland. The ice is the limit.

Logistics support

Greenland Guidance provides support for teams of professionals operating in spectacular and inaccessible Greenland. We can help you decide on when and where to travel, making sure that climate conditions are just right, that domestic transport is available, and that you meet the right people. We can help you factor in any possible delay. We can help you decide between international travel options, and make sure that your cargo arrives in time. We can help you obtain the permits and insurances that fit your needs. We can help you stay safe in polar bear territory and extreme climate conditions. If you’d like to encounter locals or scientists when in Greenland, we can guide you towards them too.

In a nutshell, feel free to get in touch if you’d like to learn more about
– realistic planning
– flights and helicopters
– shipping options
– permit requirements
– field safety
– the science community
– the climate of Greenland
– and anything else that can help you with your operations


Documentary on climate change shot in Greenland

Documentary makers Jeannette and Stefan: “Greenland Guidance made our lives as TV makers in Greenland much easier. For operations in Paris, Rome or Madrid you can make last-minute arrangements, but Greenland is a country that is difficult to reach, where you are left wandering without proper input in advance. On several occasions we have praised …

Weather station maintenance on the Greenland ice sheet

Late summer 2018, Greenland Guidance supported the maintenance of the automatic weather station network of the Programme for Monitoring of the Greenland ice sheet (PROMICE). The expedition took us past 4 weather stations in the region near Kangerlussuaq, where the countries largest airport is situated. The furthest station location was an hour flying away, on …

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If you’d like to hear how we can assist you in running your operations in Greenland, please contact us through this form. We will get back to you shortly.