BHGH Newsflash! Greenland Is Open!

Howdy! Today we are happy to report another destination that is now opened to vaccinated travelers – Greenland! That’s right – people who are fully vaccinated do not need to be quarantined or retested on arrival in Greenland anymore.

According to Greenland Travel the following are the guidelines and protocols as of this writing:

You must be fully vaccinated 14 days prior to departure to Greenland
Before departure, you must complete and bring with you a Sumut form
A face mask is mandatory for airport and flight
When boarding in Copenhagen, you must be able to show a negative PCR test from a Nordic country
This test must be a maximum of 72 hours old from the time of testing

Greenland is an outdoor and adventure lover’s paradise just waiting to be discovered. Whether you fancy kayaking, snowmobiling, diving, dog sledding, climbing, cross country skiing, snow shoeing, heliskiing, ice fishing, biking – or all of the above! – Greenland will not disappoint. From glaciers to hot springs – from cruising to flightseeing – from icebergs to the Northern Lights – you just cannot find the unique beauty, sites and experiences that Greenland has to offer anywhere else in the world!

What are you waiting for? Give you Travel Gurus a call today and let’s get started curating your Greenland adventure!

Namaste!

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