Greenland: Vikingbukta – Zodiac Cruising
After a whole night and half a day of cruising deeper inland, we arrived at the Vikingbukta, a fork-like bay with two glaciers emptying into it. The scenery was totally different here – black volcanic rocks and vertical walls were more reminiscent of Iceland then Greenland. Thumbs out, there is a geological explanation for this – the rocks here are only 15,000 years old and were formed by the same hotspot that is currently underneath Iceland. Zodiac cruising, we got close to the many iceberg floating around and to some spectacular waterfalls falling hundreds of meter off the bear vertical cliffs onshore.