Greenland: Kajser Franz Josef Fjord – Crusing the Outer Fjord

We spend a whole day slowly cursing deep into the Greenland territory on the Kejser Franz Josef Fjord, a 100km long and very deep fjord where multiple Greenland glacier calve icebergs into. It was a totally surreal scenery – some massive icebergs like castles floating out to the ocean past us, several flattop tabular icebergs like in Antarctica, seemingly millions of pieces of small icebergs and ice everywhere. As we go deeper, the wildlife appeared – a polar bear (see previous post), a couple bearded seals lounging on icefloats, many arctic birds.