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Cities in Greenland:   Ilulissat - Nuuk - Uummannaq

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Oqaatsut - Rodebay - Settlement Visit

Oqaatsut - Rodebay - Settlement Visit - Ilulissat, Greenland

Duration: 3 hours
Location: Ilulissat, Greenland

From USD
$791.27

Experience the smallest village in Disko Bay with approx. 40 inhabitants ... More info ›

Experience the smallest village in Disko Bay with approx. 40 inhabitants. It is beautifully situated - 15 km north of Ilulissat - on a small peninsula at the foot of a large mountain. The Dutch name Rodebay is from the whaling time, and means either Red Bay or resting place. The place has been inhabited since the 1700s and was given the status as settlement in 1877.

It is exciting to see how a small Greenlandic society works with the most basic modern needs , as we know from the Western world. Drinking water, electricity, Internet, TV, renovation, school, church, shop and several other things that is the basis for the residents of the village. 

We set out from Ilulissat Harbour, and turn the boat northbound. We cruise among icebergs, and maybe whales, passing by some other boats - maybe fishermen.

We come past a bay called Bredebugt just north of town. From here we continue north towards the old settleemtn Oqaatsut. The place where also called Rodebay, or Red Bay, by dutch whalers, who painted the bay red with blood from whales some 200 years ago. 

We dock in Oqaatsut, and then do a short walk together in the settlement. We talk about life here, and the daily lives of the 40 inhabitants.

After the walk in the settlement, it is time to go back to the boat. We the start up and head back to Ilulissat.

If we see whales on the way we will of course make stops at your liking.

We will dock in ilulissat at the same place as we departed.

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Whales & Ice

Whales & Ice - Ilulissat, Greenland

Duration: 3 hours
Location: Ilulissat, Greenland

From USD
$791.27

On this tour we combine two of the best tours we offer – The “Iceberg Classic” and the “Whalesafari”

The humpback whale is one of the animals in the world that moves furthest. They come to the Disko Bay in the summer to eat large amounts of krill and small fish ... More info ›

On this tour we combine two of the best tours we offer – The “Iceberg Classic” and the “Whalesafari”

The humpback whale is one of the animals in the world that moves furthest. They come to the Disko Bay in the summer to eat large amounts of krill and small fish. The whale typically comes from Haiti and Puerto Rico, where they breed in winter. Humpback whales can grow up to 15 meters long and can weigh up to 30 tons.

The glacier producing icebergs is called Sermeq Kujalleq. It is located approx. 70 km inside the ice fjord, where all sailing is impossible. It is the most productive glacier in the Northern Hemisphere and the world’s fastest ice stream with 40 meters per day. Ice production is 46 cubic kilometres per year (equivalent to U.S. annual water consumption). The largest icebergs are 1.5 cubic kilometres.

We meet at the docks in Ilulissat, on the northern side. Place is called Tourist Ponton. Easy to acces with a taxi.

When we have done the safety instructions, we start the bat and start the tour. 

We wail south towards the Icefiord, but sometimes we go north, this depends on the whales spottings as the whales move around all the time, so we try to be up on the beat on where to find the whales.

We cruise around to find the whales, and in the search for whales we also guarantee you that we will spend some time discovering another of the big arctic fivies, the icebergs. 

We do some exploring of the area, and see what we find. 

After the criose we start the tour home and we will end the tour where it startet.

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Whale Safari

Whale Safari - Ilulissat, Greenland

Duration: 4 hours
Location: Ilulissat, Greenland

From USD
$1055.02

The humpback whale is one of the animals in the world that moves furthest. They come to the Disko Bay in the summer to eat large amounts of krill and small fish ... More info ›

The humpback whale is one of the animals in the world that moves furthest. They come to the Disko Bay in the summer to eat large amounts of krill and small fish. The whale typically comes from Haiti and Puerto Rico, where they breed in winter. Humpback whales can grow up to 15 meters long and can weigh up to 30 tons.

The humpback whale is the whale we usually see in the Disco Bay, and it is easily recognizable on the beautiful tail. To experience these giants of the sea at close range is almost a spiritual experience that overwhelms many.

We start from the tourist ponton located on the northern part of the harbour. Look for the yellow boat.

We start with a safety briefing, before we start the engine and set out. The boat ca accomodate 6 persons in a heated cabin.

We sail out and start looking for the Whales. They can be anywhere - every day is different.

When we find the whales, you decide how long time we will stay at every individual. 

When the time is up we will start heading back towards town.

When you are going out on an adventure, it is highly recommended to bring both camera and binoculars. It is also advisable to bring warm clothes. On this boat there is heated cabin, but prepare and bring clothes that keep you warm, when you want to sit outside on the front deck. A neck warmer and glowes is always good.

You are allowed to bring your own food, but it is also possible to order sandwiches or lunch plate, later in the booking process.

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Deep Sea Fishing

Deep Sea Fishing - Ilulissat, Greenland

Duration: 4 hours
Location: Ilulissat, Greenland

From USD
$1055.02

Catch your own dinner in the pure arctic cold water. Fishing has always been - and still is - important for the Greenlandic people ... More info ›

Catch your own dinner in the pure arctic cold water. Fishing has always been - and still is - important for the Greenlandic people. And therefore a fishing trip is one of the most authentic things you can experience.

The kind of fish we go for will vari with the season. In June, it is possible to catch “ammassatter” (small salmon fish that can be shovelled in the boat), later in the summer, there are good opportunities for cod and trout.

There are simple fishing gear on the boat, but it is also possible to bring your own fishing rod. Fishing licenses can be redeemed here – print this and go to the post office in Ilulissat, and they can help you.

We sail out of the harbour, and look for some different fishing spots, depending on weather and other things.

When you are going out on an adventure, it is highly recommended to bring both camera and binoculars. It is also advisable to bring warm clothes. On this boat there is heated cabin, but prepare and bring clothes that keep you warm, when you want to sit outside on the front deck. A neck warmer and glowes is always good.

You are allowed to bring your own food
• Warm footwear
• Warms socks
• Jacket
• Hat
• Gloves/Mittens
• Sun lotion
• Sun glasses

Attention points!
• Cabin boat with seatings for all and heating inside
• 6 passengers
• Survival suits
• All in insurance
• Life jackets
• Skilled and professionel crew

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Kangeq - Abandoned settlement - Open boat

Kangeq - Abandoned settlement - Open boat - Nuuk, Greenland

Duration: 3 hours
Location: Nuuk, Greenland

From USD
$113.04

OPEN BOAT EXCURSION

A trip to the abandoned settlement of Kangeq is a trip back in time, for a glimse of life in the early days of Greenland. This is the area that the danish priest Hans Egede first founded a settlement in his pursuit for the last norsemen. 

A short ride takes us to the abandoned settlement of Kangeq ... More info ›

OPEN BOAT EXCURSION

A trip to the abandoned settlement of Kangeq is a trip back in time, for a glimse of life in the early days of Greenland. This is the area that the danish priest Hans Egede first founded a settlement in his pursuit for the last norsemen. 

A short ride takes us to the abandoned settlement of Kangeq. This is a walk through history. The settlement was abandoned in the 60s by order from the capital and now stands as it was left.

This is also the area where Hans Egede lived and worked some of the years he lived in Greenland. 

The tour takes around 40 minutes from Nuuk, before you set foot in this abandoned place. You will then have appx 75 minutes in land with your guide, before we head back to Nuuk.

This area was also the place to be for the old inuit cultures, as they use to meet from south and north and exhange gifts, do business and arrange marriages.

We will start the tour from the Old Colonial harbour of Nuuk where we also have our office.

We will head into the fiord to the best fishing grounds nearby, in our open Poca boat. Your captain is also you tourguide on this excursion.

You must come to the office at the Old Colonial harbour 15 minutes prior to your tour.

If you are going on an adventure/excurtion, then it is highly recommended to bring both camera and binoculars. It is also advisable to bring warm clothes. On this boat there is no cabin, so prepare and bring clothes that keep you warm. A neck warmer and glowes is always good
• Warm footwear
• Warms socks
• Jacket
• Hat
• Gloves/Mittens
• Waterproof camera bag
• Summer season extras
• Sun lotion 
• Sun glasses

Attention points!
• Open Poca dinghy
• 6 passengers
• Survival suits
• Life jackets

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Qoornoq Island Tour - Open boat

Qoornoq Island Tour - Open boat - Nuuk, Greenland
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Duration: 5 hours
Location: Nuuk, Greenland

From USD
$150.72

OPEN BOAT EXCURSION

The settlements of Greenland are often referred to as the backbone of the greenlandic culture.

This tour will take us to the abandoned settlement of Qoornoq where you get of the boat and get to explore the area with one hour in the settlement. This old settlement is now used as summer getaway for local citizens of the Greenlandic capital, Nuuk.

After the walk we will get back in the boat and continue the tour around the island.

On the way it is possible to see icebergs, whales, seals and even white tipped eagles.

 

We will start the tour from the Old Colonial harbour of Nuuk where we also have our office ... More info ›

OPEN BOAT EXCURSION

The settlements of Greenland are often referred to as the backbone of the greenlandic culture.

This tour will take us to the abandoned settlement of Qoornoq where you get of the boat and get to explore the area with one hour in the settlement. This old settlement is now used as summer getaway for local citizens of the Greenlandic capital, Nuuk.

After the walk we will get back in the boat and continue the tour around the island.

On the way it is possible to see icebergs, whales, seals and even white tipped eagles.

 

We will start the tour from the Old Colonial harbour of Nuuk where we also have our office.

We will head into the fiord to the best fishing grounds nearby, in our open Poca boat. Your captain is also you tourguide on this excursion.

You must come to the office at the Old Colonial harbour 15 minutes prior to your tour.

If you are going on an adventure/excurtion, then it is highly recommended to bring both camera and binoculars. It is also advisable to bring warm clothes. On this boat there is no cabin, so prepare and bring clothes that keep you warm. A neck warmer and glowes is always good
• Warm footwear
• Warms socks
• Jacket
• Hat
• Gloves/Mittens
• Waterproof camera bag
• Summer season extras
• Sun lotion 
• Sun glasses

Attention points!
• Open Poca dinghy
• 6 passengers
• Survival suits
• Life jackets

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