Imagine unspoilt waters with great visibility, constantly changing scenery of icebergs and inlets that have never been dived before. The ice is sensationally beautiful, with a deep, glacial-blue coloring and golf-ball patterning. No iceberg is alike with some hundreds of feet tall.
Diving in Greenland offers clear waters with icebergs, historic shipwrecks, strange plant life and action-packed dives at the mouth of a fiord or bay. The flora and fauna under the ocean surface can only be described as different – even a bit strange – with catfish and lumpsuckers, forests of seaweed and odd looking sea cucumbers all vying for attention.
Diving is possible year-round here, as the water temperatures remains just above freezing. Drift diving in the fjords is also a possible.