Tour type: Hiking
Duration: 12 days - 11 nights
Walking per day: 3 - 7 hours
Group size: Min. 5 - Max. 14
Accommodation: Hostel, Guesthouse, Camping
Language: English and French
Departures/Meeting point: June, July, and August/Narsarsuaq Airport
Tasermiut fjord and one of the greatest Big Walls on planet Earth
The town of Narsaq, its museum, the local shops, and the harbour, the heart of town
Learn about the voyages of Erik the Red and his son, Leif the Lucky when visiting Brattahlid, the old Norse settlement from the year 984.
Hvalsey 14th century church ruins
The South of Greenland is a region of great variety both in nature and culture. In the bottom of deep fjords, the summer climate is mild compared to the fresh climate at the fjord openings. That's why deep inside the fjords we find a few sheep farms while traditional hunting and fishing are done further out. The landscape has endless contrasts, and the main ice cap is close and always present in the background. There are colorful mountains, steep mountains, very steep mountains, and of course, ice. Icebergs, of all sizes and shapes, come from glaciers in the area and sometimes from glaciers far up north on the East coast, brought there by ocean currents. Here, the people that know how to survive the harshest climate in the world, called Inuits, are friendly and welcoming.