There are so few places left on earth that can be described as truly remote and wild, but Greenland is surely one of them. Travel to the world’s largest non-continental island, where fewer than 60,000 people live in the tundra-like environment. Here, icebergs tower instead of skyscrapers and tiny settlements on the coast still rely on subsistence fishing to survive. Hike through boulder-strewn hillside to the ruins of an ancient Paleo-Inuit culture, breathe the purest air imaginable and crane your neck in awe of iceberg giants on this eight-day expedition.
- Group Shuttle Airport Arrival Transfer
- Ilulissat Walking Tour inc Fish Market Visit & Harbour
- Kangia Coastline Hike to Sermermiut Settlement
- Picnic Lunch on Seqinniarfik Hill
- Icefjord Boat Tour to Oqaatsut (Rodebay)
- Nuuk City Walking Tour
- Summer Hike around Quassussuaq (Little Malene)
- Kaffeemik with Local Family
- This Expedition is land-based, perfect for those suffering from sea-sickness who don’t want to travel the region by cruise ship.
- Be welcomed into a local home to enjoy kaffeemik, a unique Greenlandic tradition and casual celebration where sweets and conversation are served up by the plateful.
- Stay on the edge of the famed Ilulissat Icefjord, watching frosted peaks of icebergs from the shore while you explore the village.
- Cruise through broken ‘bergs to the tiny fishing community of Oqaatsut, then embark on an unforgettable hike through archaeological sites, gorges and craggy hillside.
- Discover Greenland’s modern capital of Nuuk, where colourful Nordic houses are joined by alternative architecture, artisan clothing boutiques and gourmet restaurants.
- How many people do you know that have been to Greenland? This expedition puts the ‘adventure’ in adventure travel, showing you a part of the world few outsiders see.
Oqaatsut / Kangia / Ilulissat
Quassussuaq / Nuuk