Monday (Reykjavik) to Saturday (Reykjavik)
Thursday (Copenhagen and Reykjavik) to Tuesday (Copenhagen
Saturday (Reykjavik) to Thursday (Copenhagen and Reykjavik).
Note! Flights are not included.
Accommodation at hotel with private facilities or
Dinner (and lunch/lunch packets) can be ordered at the hotels.
No special requirements on this trip.
2 nights in Qaqortoq incl. breakfast
2 nights in Igaliku incl. breakfast
1 night in Narsarsuaq incl. breakfast
Car transfer to/from airport – harbour – accommodation
Boat transfer: Narsarsuaq – Qaqortoq
Qaqortoq – Itilleq (Igaliku)
Itilleq (Igaliku) – Qassiarsuk – Narsarsuaq
Leaflet with a map in Qassiarsuk and entrance Museum (Brattahlid)
Guided boat trip to the Qooroq Ice Fjord
Private facilities, cabin with shared facilities in
Double room: EUR 845 / DKK 6.125 per person
Single room: EUR 1.132 / DKK 8.205 per person
Double room: EUR 707 / DKK 5.125 per person
Single room: EUR 870 / DKK 6.305 per person
25% discount for children 2-11 years
Payment by bank transfer - Conditions
of payment and cancellation
Arrival Narsarsuaq. Info in the airport, and boat
transfer to Qaqortoq (duration about two hours).
Accommodation in Qaqortoq for two nights.
Qaqortoq, which means "The White", is the biggest
town in South Greenland with 3500 inhabitants. Qaqortoq is
the education centre for South Greenland with grammar school,
school of commerce and folk high school. Furthermore, the
town has several fair-sized companies such as Great Greenland
with tannery and sewing facilities for creating beautiful
sealskin clothes. Around the town, the visitor will meet sculptures
being a part of the famous project "Stone & Man",
where different sculptors have made the town a big sculpture
park. Greenland's oldest fountain is situated at the town
square next to the harbour. Here you can sit and watch the
hunters and fishermen arriving with today's catch for the
market. From Qaqortoq you can visit the famous Hvalsey Church
ruin. This tour should also be booked in advance. See Qaqortoq
Boat transfer from Qaqortoq to Itilleq. From here you walk
the 4 km at the "Kings Road" (named after the Danish
King Frederik 9th's visit in 1952) to Igaliku. The hike is
easy, but you can also get a ride with the car, which is transporting
your luggage. Igaliku is one of the most beautiful villages
in Greenland! The colourful houses are situated in a green
bay with luscious grassland. On the other side of the fjord
towers the landmark Illerfissalik (Burfjeld) in a rough and
Accommodation at Igaliku Country Hotel for two nights.
Igaliku was the Episcopal seat (named Gardar) during the Norse
period, and the ruins from that time are very impressive.
In 1782 Anders Olsen and his Greenlandic wife Tuperna established
themselves as farmers and that was the beginning of Igaliku's
newer history. There is a small museum in the church, which
is worth visiting. Today the village thrives from sheep farming.
An optional day hike (15-20 km) goes to the Plateau, from
where there is a superb view of the Qooroq Ice fjord, the
stranded ice bergs on the moraine and the enormous glacier
at the head of the fjord. It is the perfect place for picnic!
On the way back, you can be lucky to find minerals and stones,
for instance the shining "moon stone" (Labradorit).
Boat transfer from Itilleq to Qassiarsuk also known as Brattahlid,
the place where Erik the Red settled in 982. The museum can
be visited on your own (entrance is included). Late afternoon
boat transfer to Narsarsuaq.
Accommodation Hotel Narsarsuaq for one night.
Check out from the room. Luggage can be left at the hotel.
Guided boat trip to the Qooroq Ice Fjord. A boat trip among
icebergs of all colours, sizes and shapes. When the glacier
is in view, the boat engine is stopped, so you can enjoy the
absolute silence and a drink chilled with glacier ice - more
than 1000 years old!
Departure to Reykjavik or Copenhagen (check in one hour before).