Greenland is often cited as a place that changes people. And this is not an experience that is exclusive to tourists – our very own local guide, Ujarneq, recently felt transformed by a trip to Uummannaq, North Greenland. In the fifth and final episode of The Insider’s Guide, Ujarneq shares his journey, and reflects on the power of Greenland to change perspectives. This video prepares you to embrace the more intangible aspects of travelling in Greenland and to completely make the most of your experience.
You’ll learn how to make the best of your trip to Greenland from the perspective of a local: from preparing for flight delays, domestic travel and dogsledding, to those everyday practicalities like grocery shopping, and even how to embrace the transformational nature of our enchanting country. This video series is brand new and focused on giving you, the traveller, real, relevant, inside information on some of the most complicated aspects of travelling in Greenland.
Sisimiut-born Ujarneq Fleischer is a known face in Greenland as he has been part of the cultural scene for a decade, as a filmmaker and as an actor. He has had several roles from movies and plays to his name, and continues to do projects within the entertainment business inside and outside of Greenland. Ujarneq lives in Nuuk, the capital of Greenland, and he likes to play music, to paint, do fitness and badminton in his spare time.
Take an insider’s journey through Greenland with Ujarneq as your guide! Host: Ujarneq Fleischer Produced by: Visit Greenland
Produced This video was published on Biites 19/03/2019