If you love nature, dog skiing, and cultural exploration in this icy paradise, Ilulissat is a coastal city worth visiting as it is located in West Greenland., 250 km north of the Arctic Circle. Ilulissat was founded in 1741 as Jakobshavn. With 4,530 people, it is the third-largest city in Greenland. Whereas in Ilulissat, you will notice a lively sculptural exhibition of glacier mountains just outside the city. Even when your eyes close, the icebergs are with you in your imagination of rifting and rifting from one end of Ilulissat to the other.

   Ilulissat Icefjord, famous for its huge Disko Bay glacier, which is dumped by the Sermeq Kujalleq glacier, is one of the few glaciers through which Greenland's ice sheet reaches the sea. Glaciers flow around 30 meters a day with about 20 billion lots of ice generating each year. You start visiting the north before heading south and reaching the Atlantic Ocean. The Ellis at Ice Game ad became a UNESCO word history site in 2004, a beautiful thing while walking along with this heritage site.

    To understand the icebergs of Ilulissat. When you see and admire its shape, carved ice from the air, and feel the upset while sailing the ruins of the past on boat trips, I am sure that when you visit you can understand the full nature of the icy mountains. In the winter in Ilulissat it means dog skiing and is preferred among all those who visited the place and just like the sled dogs run on chains in the first snow, residents and tourists also expect the beginning of the very enjoyable season of snowboarding. Sled dogs are happy to run and pay no attention to anything So hold them and let them carry you the way they were born to do it.