Courtesy of Mike Rinno Kruse/Off the Map Travel
Courtesy of Mads Asbjørn Klausen/Off the Map Travel
Inside one of the five igloos Off the Map Travel built this winter in Greenland.
If you’re lucky, the Northern Lights might also make an appearance.
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Maybe you’ve spent the night in a glamping bubble, or even camped like a fancy pioneer in a covered wagon. But now the truly adventurous can experience Greenland’s great outdoors at the new Igloo Lodge that Off the Map Travel—the U.K.-based Arctic travel specialists—built this winter.
The lodge consists of five traditional igloos hand-built in the style of the local Inuit people. Each igloo sleeps two people and comes fully stocked with reindeer skins and sleeping bags to keep warm (plus a petroleum lamp for light).
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