If there's one thing Americans know about Greenland, it's this: The island is not for sale, despite President Donald Trump's best efforts.
The country's official tourism site, VisitGreenland.com, recorded about 10 times as much traffic as usual that weekend, though it's not clear yet whether the interest will translate to bookings. Officials have since updated the site to add a section on "American interest in Greenland."
And Greenland has an interest in America. About 8 000 US citizens visit each year, and, according to a representative, North America is a "priority market" for the country of 56 000.
"Visit Greenland wants to turn the global attention toward Greenland to something positive, as our country is a unique adventure-tourism destination with a magnificent nature scenery, friendly people and a culture that goes far back in history," spokeswoman Idrissia Thestrup said in an email.
Here are some details travelers should keep in mind if Greenland is moving up on their bucket list: