4 Days/ 3 Nights
Fridays-June 3-September 26, 2022
As the capital of Greenland, Nuuk is the country’s center for trade and culture. You should visit the open-air market and explore exhibits on sealing, kayaking and other aspects of Greenland’s cultural history at the National Museum of Greenland. Restaurants offer traditional dishes as well as fusion cuisine.
Price per Person:
In a double room $2199
Single supplement $399
Shorter and longer tours available. Please call or email for prices.
Round trip economy class flights from Reykjavik domestic airport to Nuuk on Air Iceland
3 nights Hotel Hans Egede in Nuuk-standard room with private facilities
Breakfast each morning
1 dinner-drinks not included
Nuuk city tour upon arrival
All transfers in Greenland
Hotel taxes and service charges
Additional nights available
Optional tours available-Must be prebooked
Guided City Tour-2 hours-500 DKK per person-Visit the Colonial Harbor, where you visit the National Museum. Here the guide will show you the famous Qilakitsoq mummies, the national costume, and the Qajak. Also visit the beautiful Our Saviors Church built in 1849. During the tour you will see the Parliament, and the Atlantic harbor, which is usually full of life. Also pass through Nuussuaq which is the modern suburb of Nuuk. Here you find the new University of Greenland, the world’s smallest university and the Greenland Institute of Natural Resources. The tour ends at Katuaq, the cultural center of the town.
Nuuk Fjord Safari-4 hours-DKK 1000 per person-This tour is for travelers curious about the vast Greenlandic habitat. Nuuk Fjord serves a healthy pantry for local population as the fishing and hunting in the area is very good. Eagles are known to nest in the region every other year or so. The safari gives you a chance to encounter some of the wildlife and get a feel of the everyday life of the local fishermen and hunters.
Kapisillit Visit & Icefjord Hike-7 hours-DKK 2000 per person-This tour is for travelers who love the wind in their faces, the salty spray of the sea, and who donâ€™t mind a bit of hiking. Start by sailing 2.5 hours into the eastern part of the Nuuk Fjord. Land near the settlement of Kapisillit and hike for approx. 45 min up to the plateau overlooking the Icefjord. There will also be time to visit Kapisillit, the last permanent settlement in the Nuuk region and meet one of the local families.
Home Visit-2 hours-DKK 400 per person-Come join a local family for a cup of coffee. The Greenlanders are famous for welcoming visitors into their homes, inviting everyone over for a cup of coffee and a piece of cake. The latest gossip is shared and it will also be possible to see the national costume and learn about life so very isolated from the rest of the world. Transfer to/from the host family included.