The ancient and the urban meet up in the region's capital.
The gateway to Greenland and our adventure central.
The Arctic Circle village.
The right blend of rugged heliskiing and small town life.
The whale capital on the West Coast of Greenland.
Remote and cosy coastal settlement life.
The trail village on the great Arctic Circle Trail.
A community with firm roots in fishing and hunting.
If you’re already in Nuuk, why not treat yourself to a couple of adventurous days in Greenland’s second largest town, Sisimiut.
On the Southern fringes of Destination Arctic Circle lie two remote settlements, Atammik and Napasoq. Both are fishing and hunting communities, and out here the sea and the Arctic climcate dominate the rhythms of life.
Whether it is the Ice Cap, the Northern Lights, the interesting community of scientists working in Kangerlussuaq or general cultural and historical trips around town we have plenty of options for you.
Hear the story of the life of the Inuit before the advent of the Europeans, and of life in the early days of colonization. See old ruins and enjoy the beautiful views over the town and the ancient hunting grounds.
On the drive through Sisimiut you will get a profound impression of the town and the local life here. We visit the dog sled grounds, the old colonial part of town, the fish market, the viewpoints, and more.
Meet and pet the Greenlandic sled dog, while the guide and dog owner will tell you about dogsledding and its numerous advantages.
Whenever we celebrate something here in Greenland a kaffemik is the centrepiece of the day. A kaffemik roughly translates into “drop by our house at any given time during the day for coffee, cakes, food and cosy conversations”.
Kangerlussuaq is a former US air base with a history like nowhere else in Greenland, and this sightseeing tour offers a chance to get acquainted with the fascinating history of the area.
Local culture always brings up the unexpected, the real, the little surprises, and the memorable moments. Kangaamiut is famous for art and craft, and the entrepreneurial people of the settlement have even built a museum to document life and village history here. Sisimiut is strong on its colonial history and the mix with modern urban life lends the town the air of an Arctic city, while further south Maniitsoq is a community with a deep connection to whales. Kangerlussuaq is out of the ordinary with its roots in the now defunct American air base and the millenia old backcountry hunting grounds, while Sarfannguit and Itilleq are quaint little coastal villages where everyday life in Greenland is forever culture and history in the making.