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Hotel overnight stays, except a magical night in our wilderness Qaleraliq Camp surrounded by glaciers… We propose you a short but intense break in South Greenland: exploring some of the largest glacier fronts in the area with our adventurous RIB’s, helicopter flight with stunning views of the Polar Cap and unique crampon excursion into the Inlandis or Greenlanandic polar ice cap.
Suitable for anyone who enjoys outdoor activities, not needing a special physical condition. The excursion on ice with crampons will be guided by a mountain guide, and is also suitable for anyone with an adventurous attitude.
Flight from Keflavik (Iceland international airport) or Copenhagen to Narsarsuaq. Reception at the airport and meeting information.
Speed boat transfer through Tunulliarfik Fjord (Eriksfjord), usually covered by icebergs, to Narsaq city, the third most populated city in South Greenland. Your guide will accompany you visiting the local fish market, the fur shops or the Greenlandic museum. Time off to walk around the city, where we will discover the beauty of its colourful buildings and the awe-inspiring landscapes. You can enjoy a drink with the local people and discover the modern Inuit’s way of life.
Accommodation at Hotel Narsaq. Twin / Double room with private facilities.
In the morning we will set off for Qaleraliq camp, navigating with our zodiac boat towards the ice cap. We will arrive to a magical and isolated camp set on a sandy beach, which contrasts with a spectacular view of the Qaleraliq glacier tongues. After enjoying some rest in this magical environment we will navigate along the glacier fronts, admiring the beauty of their vertical ice walls and numerous icebergs as we approach them along their more than 10 kilometres descent to the sea. From there we will start the ice excursion. An impressive hike using crampons (organised to be suitable for all travellers) on one of the oldest masses of ice in the planet. We will explore its crevasses, drains, caves, seracs, and other ice formations, which give an incredible, labyrinthine quality to this glacier. An expert mountain guide, specialist in Glacier Science, will be in charge to ensure the safety of the group during the trip. Picnic lunch in the ice or at the camp. Dinner at the camp, allowing our senses to enjoy the unbelievable views and the thunderclap roar of the icefall from seracs.
Accommodation in 4 bedded basic but comfortable rooms of Domo “loft”.
After enjoying breakfast in front of the glaciers and takea short time to explore the surroundings of the camp, we will head back to Narsasuaq but we will stop in Narsaq. Enormous icebergs falling off from the Eqaloruutsit Glacier will surprise us. Sometimes, they are blocking the access to Narsaq harbor.
Transfer to the Hotel for check-in.
Excursion: at late afternoon, Hike to the Glacier View Point, around one hour from the hotel. Great views of the Tunulliarfik fjord icebergs and the Kiattuut Glacier.
Accommodation at Hotel Narsarsuaq. Twin / Double room with private facilities.
We reserve of our last day in Greenland for the most famous hike in the area, the Flower Valley. A spectacular hike with sights of the Kiattut river and glacier. You will enjoy the spectacular view of this valley formed due to the retreat and the consequent glacial sedimentation with plenty of flowers. Hike back to Narsarsuaq, where we can visit the Bluie West One Museum (former US military base frozen in time since the Second World War).
Flight Narsarsuaq-Keflavik (Iceland’s international airport)
14,862 DKK (1,995 €) per person from Keflavik (round-trip ticket included)
16,129 DKK (2,165€) per person, for open jaw flights (Keflavik/Greenland/Copenhagen)
Single room supplement: 1,571 DKK (211€)
* Every Saturday, from the 24th of June until the 23th of September (last departure)
Departures from Keflavik, return to Keflavik
24th – 28th June
01st – 04th July
08th – 11th July
15th – 18th July
22rd – 25th July
29th July – 01st August
05th – 08th August
12th – 15th August
19th – 22nd August
26th – 29th August
02nd – 05th September
09th – 12th September
16th – 19th September
23rd – 26th September
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