The world's largest, and one of the most sparsely populated, islands. One of the least visited places on earth.
The ice sheet, roughly 80% of Greenland, is the second largest body of ice in the world after the Antarctic ice sheet.
A land of spectacular vistas, vast swathes of wilderness, towering icebergs, mountains, tiny, low growing plants, and an isolated Innuit village situated at the entrance to Scoresby Sound on the north east coast.
And home to someone instantly recognisable.