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M6RKV: Greenland from South to North by air / 6 days
Departures from Reykjavik Dom. Airport

Discover the immense variety of nature on this grand tour of Greenland: The beautiful and fertile South Greenland with the fascinating history of the Vikings; Nuuk, a modern capital in a traditional Inuit society; and Ilulissat - town of Icebergs with the UNESCO World Heritage site; Ilulissat Ice Fjord.

The Grand tour of Greenland with time to experience:

- Beautiful and fertile South Greenland
- The capital of Nuuk
- Ilulissat, town of Icebergs


Narsaq (meaning The Plain in Greenlandic) is a charming town known for its colourful wooden houses, where modern living is mixed with ancient traditions. It is an area of great geological and historic interest; several interesting minerals can be found only a short hike from the town in the Kvanefjæld area as well as the Viking ruins of Dyrnæs and the Landnamsgård which are among the oldest Viking ruins found in South Greenland dating back to AD 1000.


Nuuk is the northernmost as well as the smallest capital in the world – though still the largest and oldest city in Greenland with just over 16,000 inhabitants.

Nuuk has plenty to offer visitors: from high quality art and craft work, a shopping centre, to the Greenland National Museum which houses a wonderful collection of artifacts and exhibits related to Greenland's archaeology, history, art, and handicrafts, as well as the famous Qilakitsoq mummies. Not to be missed is the architectural marvel of Katuaq, the cultural centre of which the design was inspired by the waves of the northern lights, icebergs and the play of light on ice and snow.


The town of Icebergs and the most modern town in the Disko Bay area – man is still outnumbered by the huskies, and traces of 4000-year old Inuit settlements are found close to town. Join us on tours to small and isolated settlements where the local population is still dependent on hunting and fishing - and don't miss the UNESCO designated Ilulissat Ice Fjord with its gigantic icebergs.


Flight with Air Iceland from Reykjavik Domestic Airport to Narsarsuaq.
Transfer from the airport to the pier and by boat through Erik's Fjord to Narsaq. Meet and greet by your Arctic Adventure guide.
Transfer to the hotel for check-in and information and welcome meeting followed by short city tour of Narsaq.

Included meals: Welcome dinner
Accommodation: Hotel Narsaq


Breakfast at hotel. Day at leisure in Narsaq for optional excursions.

Included meals: Breakfast
Accommodation: Hotel Narsaq


Breakfast at hotel. Transfer by boat or helicopter to Narsarsuaq to continue by airplane to Nuuk. Transfer to the hotel for check-in. City tour of Nuuk including visit to the National Museum.

Included meals: Breakfast
Accommodation: Hotel Hans Egede


Breakfast at the hotel and transfer to the airport. Air Greenland flight from Nuuk to Ilulissat. Transfer to the hotel for check-in, information meeting and guided city walk. Optional excursions during stay in Ilulissat.

Included meals: Breakfast and dinner
Accommodation: Hotel Arctic


Breakfast at the hotel. Day at leisure in Ilulissat for optional excursions.

Included meals: Breakfast and dinner
Accommodation: Hotel Arctic


Breakfast at the hotel. Farewell coffee with your guide at the hotel. Transfer to the airport.
Flight by Air Iceland from Ilulissat to Reykjavik Domestic airport.

Included meals: Breakfast

Route map


  • 2018: Guaranteed departures from Keflavik every Tuesday from 26 June to 21 August


  • Return flights to Iceland
  • Transfers
  • Accommodation with private facilities and breakfast
  • 1 dinner at Hotel Narsaq
  • 2 dinners at Hotel Arctic
  • Arctic Adventure destination guide in Narsaq and Ilulissat
  • Local guide service in Nuuk
  • City tour in Narsaq, Nuuk and Ilulissat
  • Welcome and farewell meeting by Arctic Adventure guide team

Not Included

  • Travel insurance

Trip sheet

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