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Duration : 07 Nights / 08 Days
Destinations : Reykjavik, Narsarsuaq, Narsaq, Qaqortoq

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7 Nights 8 Days

Tour Type

Daily Tour

Group Size


Day 1: Reykjavik - Narsarsuaq

Flight Reykjavik (Domestic Airport ) – Narsarsuaq It’s also possible to get to Narsarsuaq from Copenhagen, depending in the departure date. Reception in the airport and transfer in RIB boat through Tunulliarfik Fjord, usually covered by icebergs, to Qassiarsuk. Walk through the village of about 50 inhabitants, mostly farmers, comprising the old Brattahlid, capital of Viking Greenland, and where Eric the Red settled in 985 at the start of the colonisation of the barbarian peoples. Cultural visit: Brattahlid reconstructions. Guided visit to the original ruins from Erik the Red, and a replica of the original chapel and longhouse. This Norse and Greenlandic core farming area were in 2017 inscribed on UNESCO’s World Heritage List under the title Kujataa Greenland: A Norse and Inuit farming landscape on the Edge of the Ice Cap. Qassiarsuk area represent the most comprehensive and rich example of both Norse and Greenlandic farming histories and contains ruins of large cattle-based Norse farms and their numerous satellite sites including, not least, Erik the Red’s Brattahlid. It was also here that Otto Frederiksen in 1924 established the first sheep farm after Igaliku, founding today’s settlement of Qassiarsuk. Accommodation in Hostel

Day 2: Narsaq

Narsaq and Qaleraliq Glacier Camp We will set off for Qaleraliq camp, navigating along Tunulliarfik fjord among numerous icebergs. We will stop at Narsaq to visit the third most populated town in South Greenland, with about 1500 inhabitants. You will have free time to visit the local market, fur shops… and go for a walk or do some shopping, before boarding the boat again to navigate towards the Indlandis. We will arrive to a cosy, enchanting camp set on a sandy beach, which contrasts with a spectacular view of three glacier fronts from Qaleraliq’s glacier. We will spend the night at the camp, allowing our senses to enjoy the unbelievable views and the thunderclap roar of the icefall from seracs. Accommodation in fixed tents

Day 3 : Narsaq

Ice Cap View Ascent to the base of Tasersuatsiaq great lake and panoramic view of the Inlandis. Ascent by foot through a unique desert-like sand valley which will lead us to a surprisingly different landscape, that of the green and thick tundra. After passing the lake, we will climb up a mountain 400 metres high, from which we will have a mesmerising view of the lake, one of the largest in Southern Greenland. The summit is also a very special viewing point of the Indlandis, the immense inland glacier. From there you can gaze upon the infinite ice sheet up to the north coast of the island and towards the Arctic Ocean, and see the Nunataks, floating landmarks on the ice sheet. We may pick mushrooms and blueberries, and look for caribou, which are plentiful in the area. Accommodation in fixed tents

Day 4 : Narsaq

Glacier fronts and excursion on ice. We will navigate along the glacier fronts on a RIB boat, admiring the beauty of their vertical ice walls and numerous icebergs as we approach them along their more than 10 kilometres descent to the sea. These glacier fronts extended in only one. But the dramatic progress of climate change divided it in three glacier fronts. From there we will start the ice excursion. An impressive trek using crampons (organised to be suitable for all travellers) on one of the oldest masses of ice in the planet. We will explore its crevasses, drains, seracs, and other ice formations, which give an incredible, labyrinthine quality to this glacier. An expert mountain guide will be in charge to make sure we are provided with the appropriate equipment, and to ensure the safety of the group during the trip, while he shares with us his knowledge about the special characteristics of the glaciers in the South of Greenland. A unique experience, exciting and original, surprising both first-time comers and those used to the peculiarities of the glacier world. One of the most impressive sights and one of the best excursions in all Greenland. Accommodation in fixed tents

Day 5 : Igaliku

Igaliku and Qooroq Ice Fjord Navigation from Qaleraliq to Itilleq via the Tunulliarfik fjord. Easy hike to cross the Kongevejen, or Path of the Kings, to the idyllic Igaliku, a small Inuit settlement inhabited by not quite 40 people, which is famous for being the most beautiful settlement in the whole Greenland, and where one finds: the ruins of Gardar, the archdiocese and religious capital of Viking Greenland, the Norse bishop’s farm – the largest in all of Greenland- and the setting of Anders Olsen’s farm, the unique architecture of the Igaliku stone houses. The area is recently declared part of the Unesco World Heritage List After eating in Igaliku, return in the afternoon to Itilleq, and then to Qassiarsuk. On our way to Qassiarsuk, we will visit the Qooroq Fjord, where one of the most active glaciers in southern Greenland can be found, navigating to the area where iceberg density will make it impossible to carry on, and which is without doubt one of Greenland’s best images. Accommodation in Hostel

Day 6 : Tasiusaq

Tasiusaq, the “Iceberg’s Bay” Walk to Tasiusaq farm, where seven people live in notable isolation next to Sermilik fjord, which is almost always blocked by the ice and icebergs coming from Eqaloruutsit glacier. This is not the only sheep farm of the area. We will continue our walk to Nunataaq Farm. It was a Viking Settlement where we can discover some ruins. We will make a visit of the area, and go on excursions with impressive views of Tasiusaq Bay and the numerous icebergs covering it! We will discover lakes hidden in the tundra. Way back to Tasiusaq Farm. Later we can go fishing arctic salmon or for a walk in the region. Optional: Kayak excursion in the “Iceberg Bay” A 2 hour sea kayaking trip for beginners among icebergs and ice in one of the safest and best place in the whole Greenland. Accommodation in Tasiusaq or Qassiarsuk Hostel

Day 7 : Qassiarsuk

Flower Valley and Glacier We will cross to Narsarsuaq on our zodiac boat. Then, we will walk through Flower Valley enjoying the spectacular view of a valley formed due to the retreat and the consequent glacial sedimentation with plenty of flowers. We will walk until we can see Kiattut glacier and the landscape around it, with superb panoramic view of the ice sheet and its Nunataks. This is probably the most renowned excursion in all Greenland. Farewell dinner, with typical local Inuit products. Accommodation in Hostel

Day 8 : Narsarsuaq - Reykjavik

Transfer to Narsarsuaq. Time to walk around in the area and visit the local museum Bluie West that reflects the history of the creation of the village of Narsarsuaq from the past and especially its role played in the Second World War, or you can ascend to the “View Point”, an easy hike of approximately one hour, starting near the Hotel, from where you will have views of the fjord, the Narsarsuaq plain and the Kiattut glacier. Flight Narsarsuaq – Reykjavik (domestic airport)

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