Greenland’s rugged coastline is marked by sheer rock faces, icy fjords, and a rich variety of animal life. While transportation can be difficult along the island’s cliff-lined coast, this boat tour allows you to easily experience Greenlandic scenery, geology, and wildlife up close as you cruise through the Nuuk fjords. Your guide navigates, giving you a chance to spot icebergs, whales, seals, and white-tipped eagles.
The ultimate foodie adventure, this tour takes you on a private boat ride from Nuuk Harbour to an abandoned settlement called Qooqqut. Along the way, fish for our own dinner, which will be cleaned and prepared when you arrive. (You can also order other entrees and alcohol.) This is an excellent choice for culinary connoisseurs, nature lovers, or those who are celebrating a special occasion.
Catch your own fish in the pure Arctic waters of the Nuuk fjords, and let a remote restaurant prepare your dinner. This popular tour takes you by six-passenger open boat to the historical settlement of Qoornoq, where you can eat your very own catch of the day—like the Greenlanders do. Please note, the tour does not include cooking fees, extra food, or drinks, payable to the restaurant.
Visit the abandoned settlement of Qoornoq, reached via open boat with a skipper to navigate the icebergs. Learn about Greenland’s history as you explore with a guide for roughly one hour. You’ll travel to Qoornoq from Nuuk aboard a 6-passenger dinghy. Keep an eye out for whales, seals, and even white-tipped eagles.
Getting to Kangeq is best done with a guide who can provide perspective on the abandoned settlement. Travel there from Nuuk aboard a 6-passenger open boat and learn about its history. Hear tales of the Danish priest, Hans Egede, and learn about the early Inuit who used the area as their meeting grounds.
PRIVATE CHARTER - DELUXE CABIN BOAT1-6 Passengers // Seats for all inside the heated cabinQoornoq island is called Bjørneøen (Bear Island) but the risk of facing a polar bear these days are very small – The island is called Bjørneøen (Bear Island) because it looks like a bear from above.This tour will take us to the abandoned settlement of Qoornoq, where you get of the boat and get to to explore the area. 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 our tour around the island where the captain will point out the old norse settlement areas on the island.We will end the tour with a stop at the iconic waterfall on the backside of mount Sermitsiaq.
PRIVATE CHARTER - DELUXE CABIN BOAT1-6 Passengers//Seats for all inside the heated cabinThe kind of fish we go for will vary 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, and also redfish or even flounder.There are simple fishing gear on the boat, but it is also possible to bring your own fishing rod. If you have a particular interest in fishing, we can arrange other types of fishing. For example; trout camp at great rivers, long lines for halibut and puts for crabs. Contact us if your would be interested in some of this
PRIVATE CHARTER - DELUXE CABIN BOAT1-6 Passengers // Seats for all inside the heated cabinThe Aurora Borealis / Northern lights have always been fascinating for the people of the arctic, the pioneering people.Join us on this brand new excursion where we set up when other boats tug in for the night. We go explore in the cold arctic night in search of the amazing lights.We will depart from the old colonial harbor and head towards an area named Akia – from here we have a wonderful view of the citys skyline and we have no disturbing lights. We continue to cruise very slowly towards the vast fiordsystem, making multiple stops where we silence the boat and enjoy the setting in the sky.Only available during the winter months.Coffee, Tea or hot chokolate are always complimentary on these cruises.