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Greenland’s Changing Cruise Industry: Key Takeaways from Cruise Workshop, May 2020
On the 19th and 20th of May 2020, Visit Greenland and AECO held a workshop for the Greenlandic cruise industry. The purpose of the workshop was to bring the industry together to discuss current challenges and to develop some common and concrete next steps on how to deal with the current crisis and take Greenland’s cruise industry into the future. The workshop welcomed over 50 participants from the cruise industry and from across the country.
#2 Webinar summary of Preparing for Post-COVID travel to Greenland
As Greenland opens up for post-COVID travel, the industry is now working to reshift its way of thinking in order to deal with the tourism halt - despite the strict entry requirements enforced by the government.
On the brand new campaign and website “Nunarput Nuan - our Wonderful Greenland” - which is targeted locals - you can find experiences, introductions to the regions of Greenland, a new song to praise Greenland and an overview of package trips that make it easier and cheaper for you to take a staycation.
On Thursday afternoon, the Greenlandic government presented its reopening strategy, which is based on 3 phases. Visit Greenland has worked together with Natasha Martin from Good Tourism on an analysis of what the strategy could mean for Greenlandic tourism.