Anyone can go to Greenland - just get to Copenhagen or Reykjavik and then fly to Nuuk, or Ilulissat or Constable Point. It is only about 3 hours by air ( twin engine turboprop ) to Ilulissat from the domestic airport in Reykjavik. Greenland has a population of about 56,000 people, some 45,000 of whom reside in Nuuk the capital of Greenland. Nuuk is abut 250 miles south of Ilulissat. Iulissat has a population of about 4000 souls. They have a very busy harbor and an active engagement with tourists with a couple local coffee shops - but no Starbucks. Think of Iceland 8-10 years ago.
From very brief reading of a local business magazine - business is brisk and growing at 7-8% in Greenland, and includes fishing, hunting, mining and other industries. Many natives are still engaged in subsistence fishing and hunting. That is who were in the skiff heading into the ice field in the picture above,
We spent 5 nights on the La Louise - a French, wooden hulled, 60 foot long, Kevlar enveloped, sailboat with carbon fibre masts and spars, that has sailed around the world several times. It returns to France at the end of tourist season, near the end of September each year.
We were about 69 degrees north, and the weather was pretty typical late artic summer - temps in the 30s->40s Farenheit, with days of fog and heavy overcast, and a few days of gorgeous sunshine, no wind, dark cloudy skies, and beautiful color. There is a large calving glacier just south of Ilulussat harbor, so there is substantial ice to navigate coming into and out of the harbor. The image of the skiff in the icebergs was dehazed just a bit, it was even flatter and foggier than the image as shown above.
Below is a map of the southern half of Greenland with Ilulissat Identified. Almost due ENE of Ilulissat, on the eastern coast of Greenland, is Scoresby Sound, where I was in 2015 - it is just below the green area of National Park