The Green Land, as described by the Icelandic Vikings who reached the SW Coast around 1000 AC, is only fertile in this area. The East Coast we will explore is instead mostly covered by Ice, and the Icecap and its Glaciers reach the shore in between huge and deep fjords, generating huge and magnificent icebergs. The pack ice allows the ships to reach the shore only few months per year, making this part of the country one of the most remote area of the planet. We will live two to three weeks in complete autonomy, enjoying the fabulous lanscapes, the drifting icebergs, surrounded by whales, seals. We will use our dingies to reach the shore, the more experienced will take the folding kayaks to approach smoothly the animals, and sail towards another fjord, leaving the iced peaks of the coast behing us in a goldy mirage. This is a place of total wilderness, kingdom of walruses, polar bear and many species or marine mammals, feeding into the rich waters, before the long winter. There are no harbours, no roads, no villages, and we will experience the intimate feeling of being "into the wild".