City tour of Nuuk including the museum

We go to the Colonial Harbour, where we visit the National Museum. Here the guide will show us the famous Qilakitsoq mummies, the national costume, and the Qajak. We also visit Our Saviours Church built in 1849. During the tour we will see the Parliament, and the Atlantic harbour, which is usually full of life. The tour ends at Katuaq, the cultural centre of the town. Price includes transfers if needed.

Price: $ 80.00

Nuuk Fjord Safari

This tour is for travelers curious about the vast Greenlandic habitat. Nuuk Fjord provides not only beautiful scenery but also a healthy pantry of fish, meat and seabirds. We explore the area between Nuuk and the island of Sermitsiaq, where eagles are known to nest every other year or so. The safari gives you a chance to encounter some of our wildlife and get a feel of the every-day life of the local fishermen and hunters. Minimum 3 pax

Price: $ 130.00

Icefjord Hike & Kapisillit Visit

This tour is for travelers who love the wind in their faces, the salty spray of the sea, and who don’t mind a bit of hiking. We start by sailing 2.5 hours into the eastern part of Nuuk Fjord. We land near the settlement of Kapisillit and hike for approx. 45 min up to the plateau overlooking the Icefjord. There will also be time to visit Kapisillit - the last permanent settlement in Nuuk Region - and meet one of the local families.

Price: $ 285.00
Klauster: too many days; the redundancy across days 4-8 is disappointing (you can do on day 5 or 7, but once done..?) Borgarnes was great. Hotel and food accommodations in Hella are subpar. Concierge at Grand Hotel (Frances Harber?) is exceptional. Some supplemental info detailing all the support the Lenovo tablet can provide would be great, at least for those who haven’t grown up using powerful hand-held devices (what was the SIM card for?). The day 4 drive is pretty gruesome. The food and wine selections (including at Icelandic Hotels), except in Reykjavik, was mediocre, given the expense, although, again, Borgarnes was better than most of the others. The views are spectacular. The weather was pretty much as expected and we lucked out on Days 1-4 and then again on 8 (?) when on the lagoon (which everyone should do!!). The waterfalls, black sand beach and lava cave were also wonderful, the Settlement Center was great, but also great was the local museum there. The national museum in Reykjavik should also not be missed. We don’t know how wonderful the people are since we may not have met a single native Icelander! All wait staff were from foreign countries.