Scoresbysund (Kangertittivaq in Greenlandic), on the Eastern coast of Greenland, boasts the world's largest fjord system, spanning over 38,000 km2. It's also unusually rich in Arctic flora and fauna, despite the long, harsh winters. Arctic willow and dwarf birch grace the lower slopes of the mountains, before giving way to fertile land draped in heather, herbs and a variety of grasses. A summer visit to Scoresbysund might bring sightings of muskox, Arctic fox, King Eiders, Atlantic puffin and more, all under the spectacle of some of the most vivid Northern Lights displays on the planet. Scoresbysund is the Arctic as you could have experienced it thousands of years ago.