Situated just below the North Pole, Iceland and Greenland are neighbours in the north Atlantic. The harsh arctic climate and the high cost of living discourage visitors, but those who do come discover some of the most breathtaking and undisturbed scenery in the world. Traveller Ian Wright begins his journey in Iceland's capital Reykjavik. He then hitches a ride to the natural wonders of Gulfoss and Geysir. Moving northeast he travels to Greenland, the world's largest island, where he takes a safari to end his journey at the Arctic Circle.