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Evighedsforden, Greenland
Evighedsfjorden is a fjord in the Qeqqata municipality in western Greenland. Taking its source in the tidewater glaciers draining the Maniitsoq ice sheet, the fjord flows in a deep canyon through a mountainous, uninhabited region, emptying into Davis Strait near the settlement of Kangaamiut.

Evighedsfjorden is 75km long and 700n deep. It is surrounded by majestic mountains and glaciers. Naparutaq, looms about the northern side of the fjords. The largest glacier in that area is Sermitsiaq Glacier, falling into two separate fjords: Kangerlussuatsiaq Fjord in the south and Kangaamiut Kangerluarsuat Fjord in the north. Visitors can go ashore and actually touch the glacier.

Things to See & Do

* Mountains
* Glaciers & Icebergs
* Sermitsiaq Glacier
* Kangaamiut
* Animal Life

General Information

Cruise Season – May - Oct
Currency – Danish krone (DKK)
Language – Kalaalllisut, Danish
Population – 357 approx
Electricity – 2 round pins European style
Time – GMT minus three hours
International Country Telephone Code + 299

Port Location - Kangaamiut serves as a port of call for the Arctic Umiaq Line coastal ship.

Travel Links – Air service to Greenland is provided by Air Greenland from Copenhagen to Nuuk and Narsarsuaq. Air Iceland operates year-round flights from Reykjavik to Kulusuk, Ittoqqortoormiit and Nuuk and additionally to Narsarsuaq and Ilulissat during the summer months.
Photo Credit Greenland Tourism
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