Explore Greenland

Greenland is a jagged and challenging land and with the exception of a few settlements the South, there are no roads between any towns or communities. So many areas of the world have mass tourism, Greenland is different. The rawness of the nature and environment in Greenland is humbling – you’ll certainly feel small next to an Iceberg.

Package available late May – late September. We recommend avoiding July & August as the price of flights becomes prohibitively expensive for most.

Sample Itinerary

Day 1

  • Flight Iceland/Copenhagen-Ilulissat
  • At arrival hike from the airport to the little hunters’ settlement of Rodebay (16 km along the coast – but some ups/down. Luggage will be sent ahead
  • Stay in Rodebay for 2 nights half board, own sleeping bags needed

Day 2

  • Breakfast in Rodebay
  • Day to be spent by walking and/or kayaking
  • Dinner in Rodebay

Day 3

  • Breakfast in Rodebay
  • By charter boat from Rodebay to Qeqertarsuaq on the Disko Islands – at arrival hike up to Lyngmark Glacier.
  • Overnight in the glacier hut incl. dinner

Day 4

  • Breakfast in the hut
  • Dog sledge tour to the summit
  • After tour hike down to the town of Qeqertarsuaq
  • Qeqertarsuaq 2 nights incl. half board

Day 5

  • Breakfast and dinner in Qeqertarsuaq
  • Hiking along the coast (basalt columns) or into the Blæsedal (Windy Valley)

Day 6

  • Breakfast in Qeqertarsuaq
  • By local boat to Ilulissat – check in youth hostel for 2 nights incl half board

Day 7

  • Breakfast and dinner in Ilulissat
  • Day hike to the shores of the Ice Fjord and the Eskimo Ruins at Sermermiut
  • Evening Ice Fjord Cruise

Day 8

  • Breakfast in Ilulissat
  • Flight ILulissat to Kangerlussuaq
  • Check-in for 1 night at Old Camp – rest of the day hiking in the area
  • Farewell dinner at Restaurant

Day 9

  • Breakfast in Kangerlussuaq
  • Flight Kangerlussuaq- Iceland/Copenhagen