Narsaq

autumn

Easy hike - The Dyrnæs Peninsula

A leisurely guided hike including a visit to a non-excavated Viking ruin, remains from the Inuit as well as the beautiful Arctic scenery. This hike is not that demanding and most clients with suitable hiking shoes will be able to participate. Light refreshments included.

Price: $ 80.00
3h
fjord

By boat to the Inland Ice Cap

Guided tour by boat across the ice-filled Bredefjord to a fjord system northwest of Narsaq leading up to the impressive Twin Glaciers, where we go ashore on a small rock emerging from the glacier front. Here we will enjoy our packed lunch before continuing into another fjord with bird's cliffs and a big waterfall.

Price: $ 275.00
4h
tributary

Hike to Kvanefjeld

We drive to the end of the road before beginning a medium grade hike to the mountain Kvanefjeldet which is famous for its great variety of minerals. There will be plenty of opportunity to explore the area and discovery the rich diversity in flora and fauna whilst the guide will tell you about the previous and current plans for mining in this area.

Price: $ 140.00
5-6h
testimonials
Dear Susie, Lou and I have returned from our 9 day trip to Iceland! We thought we'd shoot you a message to let you know everything went as planned and that we had the greatest time exploring the country with our group. We made friends with a really nice couple who actually live only a few hours west of us here in the states! It was fun having companions who could take photos of the two of us at each stop and chat about the new things we were learning about Iceland. We could write for hours about all the amazing and unique things we got to see, but I'll keep this short and just say the tour as a whole was really thought out well and our guides were phenomenal. Some highlights would be the glaciers and the beautiful blues we saw. The waterfalls were breathtaking and we also found the Folk Museum and visiting the town of Vik to be really interesting. Not only is the nature of Iceland intriguing, but the people and culture are neat, too! Thanks for helping us and for being a great coordinator on this Iceland tour. Your hard work is appreciated! Cheers, Barbara and Lou Vance