April - travel to Greenland

In April, the daylight hours are so long that it’s no longer possible to see the northern lights in the Disko Bay area. In mid-April, the sun rises at four o'clock in the morning and only goes down again after eight in the evening. The sun does not drop far below the horizon, so it will no longer be totally dark at night.
In South Greenland, the snow has begun to melt and spring is soon visible. In South and East Greenland, you see the arrival of the Storisen (Big Ice), as large amounts of sea ice from the North Pole, drifts down the east coast with the current, blocking ports and fjords.