a touch of the untouchable

exquisite glamping adventures in greenland

Jon Krogh

Jon started his career within tourism in Greenland as former manager of Nuuk Tourism where he learned much about the tourism business in Greenland, especially the need for bridging the communication gap between the cruise industry and the local tourism industry.

He is a former Sergeant for the Special Recon Forces of the army, where he experienced much about leadership and how to build great teams.

He is constantly on the lookout for new tour concepts, and bringing the best that Greenland has to offer to the consumer.


Anika has more than 15 years experience in Greenland’s tourism industry, including a wealth of knowledge from her time as Sales and interim Marketing manager for Air Greenland. Having spent more than a decade focused on Greenland’s tourism, Anika has formed strong relationships with nearly everyone involved in tourism across Greenland. These connections, as well as her heritage as a native Greenlander, help drive unique, unforgettable experiences for Arctic Nomad’s clients.


"Create unforgettable moments in the nature of Greenland, which people are willing to travel for"

Arctic Nomad focuses on three business areas: an exclusive tent camp, destination management, and active nature experiences such as kayaking, RIB boat expeditions and trail runs.

We aim to become the company most known for offering undisputable quality and differentiated tourist services in Greenland.


We strive to always be passionate, caring, and adaptive. We put passion at play and prioritize quality over quantity. We listen, learn, and always adapt to delivery quality output. Finally, we care for our customers, our partners, and for the environment.


Arctic Nomad ApS
Eqalugalinnguit 74B
3905 Nuussuaq
(+299) 529529

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Anything is possible here. The spaciousness from fjord to mountain. The generosity of river and land. A stubborn focus to surprise beyond expectation allows us to lavishly design impossible experiences, fulfilling dreams yet imagined.

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