Wild, exotic and visually-stunning Greenland, the best place in the world to see the Aurora Borealis, finally has its own Englishlanguageguide, including unprecedented and entertaining detail on all aspects of travel to this stunning island, as well as ecological, anthropological and historical curiosities. Full practical information covers accommodation, eating and drinking, and getting around this little-known country. This is the only guide to Greenland, covering everything from Disko Bay to the capital of Nuuk to tiny waterside settlements. Also included are colourful extra slike proverbs and quotes from Greenlandic oral literature and folklore; detailed sections on climate change by environmental experts and on ice trekking and mountaineering, including first-hand descriptions of new trekking routes; comprehensive bird watching and wildlife sections provided in far greater detail than in other guides to the Arctic regions; and thorough overviews of the Greenlandic and Danish languages written by the author, a linguist and social anthropologist who has studied numerous Northern languages. Bradt's Greenland is the only English-language guide available to a country which is 85% covered in ice, where the main transport options are boat, plane, helicopter, snowmobile or dogsled, and where the longest day of the year is a national holiday. - Structured according to the six regions that correspond to how the country is most often and best visited - Includes detailed maps and itineraries for timescales from one week to one month - Detailed sections on climate change - Detailed sections on ice trekking and mountaineering - Comprehensive bird watching and wildlife sections.