Fishing Tours

You are practically guaranteed a catch when you go sea fishing in Greenland.
Find a selection of fly fishing for trout or arctic char, or even ice fishing during the cold and mysterious winter months ***

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Fishing Tours

You are practically guaranteed a catch when you go sea fishing in Greenland.
Find a selection of fly fishing for trout or arctic char, or even ice fishing during the cold and mysterious winter months ***
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Redfish tour | Nuuk

Go on a fishing tour just near the capital of Greenland and return to Nuuk with your freshly caught fish to make your very own delicious fish'n'dish!Nuuk lies at the tip of the Nuuk Fjord, which is also the world's second largest fjord system. Inside the fjord system there are 3 fjords and one of them leads to 2 glaciers which calve unique and magnificent icebergs both big and small, it is absolutely beautiful the way they decorate the landscape with their fun shapes - as nature itself has sculpted.On this trip you will see a small part of the fjordsystem as you are going to Qooqqut - which is also just the best place to fish redfish, it’s so great that this place is known as the "Redfish Hole". Greenlanders - no matter if they’re young or old - love to fish! And we think you'll enjoy it as well once you try it.Being in nature is a big part of the Greenlandic culture, and it involves sailing out to catch seals, picking berries and fishing, especially Redfish! These catches make up the traditional food that Greenlanders have been eating for hundreds of years. That’s why many of the locals have their own boats and, for example, have hunting as a main occupation or hunt a lot in their free time. Summer is the peak of sailing adventures and the locals gather with their family and friends to enjoy themselves in the wild with their fresh catch in the pot!Grab some snacks and food for this 4-hour open boat trip (2.5 hour sailing and 1.5 hour fishing) and remember to wear warm clothes! Because it can quickly get cold when you're at sea - even if the sun is shining.Check out the availability for the tour by pressing "Choose a date" and book today.
Duration:
4 hours
Available:
Jun. - Sep.
Difficulty:
Easy
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Fishing for cod | Nuuk | West Greenland

Go on a fishing tour near Greenland's capital, Nuuk, and return with your freshly caught cod,  now there's fresh fish for dinner!The weather determines the agenda for the sailing plan and depending on the weather the captain knows exactly where to sail. You don’t have to have any gear or fishing experience with you, the guide will take care of it!The adventure starts from Iggiaa (Bro O) where you’ll be welcomed and given a survival suit so you can keep warm in the open boat - because even when you’re sailing in the summer it’ll get cold sailing so fast. Where ever you stop to fish, you'll have a breathtaking view and you’ll be impressed by the depths of the sea.When the guide and the captain think they have found the perfect spot they’ll get the fishing gear for you to try your luck. There’s a lot of fish along the Greenlandic coast, so don’t worry, there will definitely be a catch! Greenlanders loves to fish! And they love the fish dried, they love the fish cooked and pretty much any way you can think of . Especially in the summer, many families or friends sail out to enjoy being in the silence of nature and to just go fishing. A big part of Greenlandic culture is to be in the silence and beauty of nature, and you’ll definitely enjoy it as well. It’s possible to go fishing throughout the year, because here in the Nuuk area, the sea doesn’t freeze to ice. On your way back to Nuuk, you’ll just lean back and enjoy the rest of your time in the boat by being part of nature and the most beautiful view!Check availability by pressing "Choose a date" above and book your tour today.
Duration:
3 hours
Available:
All year
Difficulty:
Easy
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A day in the life of a Greenlandic Fisherman | Nuuk

Become a fisherman for a day and hop on board, this tour takes you around the surrounding seas of the capital! Greenland is known for its unbelievably stunning nature and vast and rich seas, but Nuuk offers extraordinary opportunities for sailing and fishing.Greenland's largest income comes from the fishing industry, and on this tour, you will understand why! Even though, the lives of the modern Inuit are dominated by a modern lifestyle, being in nature is still an essential necessity for the Greenlandic people. Fishing is enjoyed by all ages, from small children to the elderly. And we promise you will love it, just as much! You will not only come home with an extraordinary experience, but you will also come home with your freshly caught fish.The captain knows the surrounding seas of the capital, like the palm of his own hands. So it is on forehand promised, that you will be fishing in the richest waters. Experienced or not, deep fishing is for all. The captain and guide will bring the gear and take care of your freshly caught cod or Acadian redfish.In between catching fish and sailing, there will be time to enjoy the majestic nature of Nuuk fjord with a hot cup of coffee! During the tour, the guide will tell you all about the fjord and if you are lucky, you might meet one of the many icebergs, calving from the Narsap Sermia Glacier. The icebergs are amazingly beautiful with their white and blue colours - the boat will stop at the most beautiful iceberg,  so you can capture it through your camera lens!The sea doesn’t freeze in the winter and there is enough fish all year round, so this tour is available at any time! Bring your warmest hat and your camera. Press "Choose a date" above and book your tour today. 
Duration:
4 hours
Available:
All year
Difficulty:
Easy
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Best of Nuuk in 4 days | West Greenland

Explore the capital of Greenland (and the smallest capital in the world) Nuuk, that is surrounded by an amazing nature and city life where you meet Greenlanders fascinating mix of the traditional and modern way of life.In many different restaurants, you can have Greenlandic and European inspired food on the menu. From fashion shops, you cannot leave without having anything in your bag. And the northern lights inspired cultural center, Katuaq, where you can drink your caffe latte while you enjoy the artwork from the local and international artists. Nuuk is definitely the capital of modern Greenland and still keeps growing. But the modern Nuuk will also show its past in this package, because you can still see some of the first buildings by the colonial harbour from the 1700s, including a visit to the National Museum of Greenland and the local museum right on the spot!One of its many characteristics are the many opportunities to sail and experience things like seeing abandoned villages, taking pictures of fine icebergs in all shapes and sizes, watching whales and sailing into the second largest fjord system in the world.This is an unforgettable tour, you’ll start to get to know Nuuk with a city sightseeing tour and eventually you can take a walk and explore Nuuk on your own.The second day will be more focused on historical and cultural experiences, as you’ll visit the National Museum of Greenland to see umiaqs(Women’s boats), qajaqs(kayaks), mummies and many more ancient relics and interesting bits of history. After the visit to the museum you are going to sail and of course experience a little bit of the Greenlandic traditional culture yourself by going on a fishing tour followed by a visit to a restaurant with delicious food in the middle of nature, far from everything else. The next day you’ll go to the amazing Nuuk icefjord filled with icebergs from several glaciers.You'll also get the opportunity to go hiking around the popular Quassussuaq mountain.
Duration:
4 days
Available:
May. - Sep.
Difficulty:
Easy
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Duration:
3 days
Available:
May. - Sep.
Difficulty:
Easy
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Duration:
2 days
Available:
Jul. - Sep.
Difficulty:
Moderate
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Duration:
3 hours
Available:
Jan. - May.
Difficulty:
Easy
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Arctic Circle Wilderness Hike | Kangerlussuaq | West Greenland

This is a true wilderness trekking trip! We will only be sleeping in tents, and carry everything we need for the whole trip in our backpacks. We will be hiking almost the entire time within the new Unesco World Heritage landscape of Aasivissuit- Nipisat.The hike will go through very untouched nature, and we are likely to encounter animals such as Reindeer, Musk-Oxes, Polar Foxes and numerous bird species. Along the way we pass numerous lakes and small rivers, so bring your fishing rod if you feel like. We may then catch a nice snack in the evening. However this is not primarily a fishing trip, this is primarly a hiking trip, where there is possibilities for fishing in the evening and on the rest days.From Kangerlussuaq airport we will grab a taxi eastwards to the ice sheet. From there we will start our hike northwards with spectacular views of the Greenland ice cap.After hiking northwards for a day, we will turn to the west and hike for 4 days through the pristine wilderness and end up at the Unesco world heritage site of Aassivisuit. Here we will have a rest day, with possibilities of fishing, small hiking excursions to see the cultural heritage at this site, or just relaxing and enjoying life!Together with a experienced Arctic Nature Guide, you will on this trek have a unique chance to experience the untouched nature of Greenland, but also ancient Unesco cultural heritage of the Inuits.In the evening of return we will be eating a better dinner, and hopefully finish with a party.    
Duration:
9 days
Available:
Aug. - Sep.
Difficulty:
Demanding
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One week dogsled expediton | Uummannaq | North Greenland

On this one week dogsled expedition you will travel with a local hunter/fisherman and follow his everyday life in the Arctic winter.A unique opportunity to get close to a culture under pressure from climate change and modern society. You can try ice fishing, ride a dog sled and live in the magnificent Arctic nature. You do not have to shoot anything but can chase motifs with your camera.You will go on the sea ice by dogsled, passing by icebergs frozen into the fjord. The only sound you hear is the swishing of the sled over snow. The pace of the dogsled is about the speed of a bicycle - perfect to take in the landscape. The Inuit in Greenland have made their living from the sea for generations, and up north here in Uummannaq, there are many that live the traditional way. In the winter, when the sea freezes over, the fiord becomes a highway for dogsleds to travel to fishing and hunting grounds, and to settlements in the area. Life out on the sea ice is what sustain the families here. At the same time, technology in Greenland is modern, with handheld GPSs, and everyone following on Facebook. Listen to the snow under your boots, marvel at how bright the moonlight is on icebergs, and share a laugh with the locals. Immerse yourself into life in the north, and feel the harmony with nature.A detailed description of the tour can be found below. Join this adventure by dogsled, and bring your warmest winter jacket! Check the booking availability by pressing 'Choose a date' above. 
Duration:
7 days
Available:
Feb. - Apr.
Difficulty:
Demanding
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Duration:
8 days
Available:
Feb. - Apr.
Difficulty:
Demanding
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Duration:
4 hours
Available:
Jun. - Oct.
Difficulty:
Easy
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Kayaking & Arctic Char Fishing | Nuuk | West Greenland

Would you like to experience a local gem, adored by the locals? Come along to the wild and vast Akia, and kayak in the wilderness to a hidden local gem, a river full of arctic char. Your adventure starts in the colonial harbor, where you and your fellow explorer will be greeted by your captain. From here you venture out on the neighboring seas and travel to Akia, also known as the Northland. Once you get to shore, a 20-minute hike on the arctic tundra waits to be conquered. Enjoy the peacefulness and the spellbinding surroundings, keep an eye out for wildlife playing hide and seek between the mountainsides.After the 20-minute hike, you and your fellow explorer will find some kayaks waiting for you on the shore of a gigantic lake, with perfect conditions for kayaking. The captain will give you instructions on how to kayak and once you have mastered the art, you venture out on the lake! This kayaking tour takes you west to a remote and hidden river, full of arctic char. Slide your paddle slowly through the waters and let the arctic winds slip through your hair, this is an experience that will decorate any explorer! After an hour of exploring the hidden corners of the lake,  we will arrive at the river,  where you will be fishing for arctic char. The river is a local and hidden gem, due to its rich waters. In the breeding season of the arctic char, it is said that you can shovel the many fish. Enjoy the mesmerizing surroundings, while mastering the art of fishing! After a couple of hours of fishing, we return by kayak to the east of the lake and return to Nuuk by boat.  This adventure is the perfect combination of kayaking, fishing and Greenland’s outstanding nature.  Come along and bring your fellow explorers! Check the booking availability by pressing ‘Choose a date’ above.  
Duration:
8 hours
Available:
Jul. - Sep.
Difficulty:
Easy
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Fishing Tours

You are practically guaranteed a catch when you go sea fishing in Greenland.
Find a selection of fly fishing for trout or arctic char, or even ice fishing during the cold and mysterious winter months ***

5

average

4 reviews

Fishing Tours

You are practically guaranteed a catch when you go sea fishing in Greenland.
Find a selection of fly fishing for trout or arctic char, or even ice fishing during the cold and mysterious winter months ***
5 average category rating
4 reviews
Compare Prices in Greenland
A large selection of tours
Refine the results by using the filters
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Redfish tour | Nuuk

Go on a fishing tour just near the capital of Greenland and return to Nuuk with your freshly caught fish to make your very own delicious fish'n'dish!Nuuk lies at the tip of the Nuuk Fjord, which is also the world's second largest fjord system. Inside the fjord system there are 3 fjords and one of them leads to 2 glaciers which calve unique and magnificent icebergs both big and small, it is absolutely beautiful the way they decorate the landscape with their fun shapes - as nature itself has sculpted.On this trip you will see a small part of the fjordsystem as you are going to Qooqqut - which is also just the best place to fish redfish, it’s so great that this place is known as the "Redfish Hole". Greenlanders - no matter if they’re young or old - love to fish! And we think you'll enjoy it as well once you try it.Being in nature is a big part of the Greenlandic culture, and it involves sailing out to catch seals, picking berries and fishing, especially Redfish! These catches make up the traditional food that Greenlanders have been eating for hundreds of years. That’s why many of the locals have their own boats and, for example, have hunting as a main occupation or hunt a lot in their free time. Summer is the peak of sailing adventures and the locals gather with their family and friends to enjoy themselves in the wild with their fresh catch in the pot!Grab some snacks and food for this 4-hour open boat trip (2.5 hour sailing and 1.5 hour fishing) and remember to wear warm clothes! Because it can quickly get cold when you're at sea - even if the sun is shining.Check out the availability for the tour by pressing "Choose a date" and book today.
Duration:
4 hours
Available:
Jun. - Sep.
Difficulty:
Easy
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Fishing for cod | Nuuk | West Greenland

Go on a fishing tour near Greenland's capital, Nuuk, and return with your freshly caught cod,  now there's fresh fish for dinner!The weather determines the agenda for the sailing plan and depending on the weather the captain knows exactly where to sail. You don’t have to have any gear or fishing experience with you, the guide will take care of it!The adventure starts from Iggiaa (Bro O) where you’ll be welcomed and given a survival suit so you can keep warm in the open boat - because even when you’re sailing in the summer it’ll get cold sailing so fast. Where ever you stop to fish, you'll have a breathtaking view and you’ll be impressed by the depths of the sea.When the guide and the captain think they have found the perfect spot they’ll get the fishing gear for you to try your luck. There’s a lot of fish along the Greenlandic coast, so don’t worry, there will definitely be a catch! Greenlanders loves to fish! And they love the fish dried, they love the fish cooked and pretty much any way you can think of . Especially in the summer, many families or friends sail out to enjoy being in the silence of nature and to just go fishing. A big part of Greenlandic culture is to be in the silence and beauty of nature, and you’ll definitely enjoy it as well. It’s possible to go fishing throughout the year, because here in the Nuuk area, the sea doesn’t freeze to ice. On your way back to Nuuk, you’ll just lean back and enjoy the rest of your time in the boat by being part of nature and the most beautiful view!Check availability by pressing "Choose a date" above and book your tour today.
Duration:
3 hours
Available:
All year
Difficulty:
Easy
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A day in the life of a Greenlandic Fisherman | Nuuk

Become a fisherman for a day and hop on board, this tour takes you around the surrounding seas of the capital! Greenland is known for its unbelievably stunning nature and vast and rich seas, but Nuuk offers extraordinary opportunities for sailing and fishing.Greenland's largest income comes from the fishing industry, and on this tour, you will understand why! Even though, the lives of the modern Inuit are dominated by a modern lifestyle, being in nature is still an essential necessity for the Greenlandic people. Fishing is enjoyed by all ages, from small children to the elderly. And we promise you will love it, just as much! You will not only come home with an extraordinary experience, but you will also come home with your freshly caught fish.The captain knows the surrounding seas of the capital, like the palm of his own hands. So it is on forehand promised, that you will be fishing in the richest waters. Experienced or not, deep fishing is for all. The captain and guide will bring the gear and take care of your freshly caught cod or Acadian redfish.In between catching fish and sailing, there will be time to enjoy the majestic nature of Nuuk fjord with a hot cup of coffee! During the tour, the guide will tell you all about the fjord and if you are lucky, you might meet one of the many icebergs, calving from the Narsap Sermia Glacier. The icebergs are amazingly beautiful with their white and blue colours - the boat will stop at the most beautiful iceberg,  so you can capture it through your camera lens!The sea doesn’t freeze in the winter and there is enough fish all year round, so this tour is available at any time! Bring your warmest hat and your camera. Press "Choose a date" above and book your tour today. 
Duration:
4 hours
Available:
All year
Difficulty:
Easy
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Best of Nuuk in 4 days | West Greenland

Explore the capital of Greenland (and the smallest capital in the world) Nuuk, that is surrounded by an amazing nature and city life where you meet Greenlanders fascinating mix of the traditional and modern way of life.In many different restaurants, you can have Greenlandic and European inspired food on the menu. From fashion shops, you cannot leave without having anything in your bag. And the northern lights inspired cultural center, Katuaq, where you can drink your caffe latte while you enjoy the artwork from the local and international artists. Nuuk is definitely the capital of modern Greenland and still keeps growing. But the modern Nuuk will also show its past in this package, because you can still see some of the first buildings by the colonial harbour from the 1700s, including a visit to the National Museum of Greenland and the local museum right on the spot!One of its many characteristics are the many opportunities to sail and experience things like seeing abandoned villages, taking pictures of fine icebergs in all shapes and sizes, watching whales and sailing into the second largest fjord system in the world.This is an unforgettable tour, you’ll start to get to know Nuuk with a city sightseeing tour and eventually you can take a walk and explore Nuuk on your own.The second day will be more focused on historical and cultural experiences, as you’ll visit the National Museum of Greenland to see umiaqs(Women’s boats), qajaqs(kayaks), mummies and many more ancient relics and interesting bits of history. After the visit to the museum you are going to sail and of course experience a little bit of the Greenlandic traditional culture yourself by going on a fishing tour followed by a visit to a restaurant with delicious food in the middle of nature, far from everything else. The next day you’ll go to the amazing Nuuk icefjord filled with icebergs from several glaciers.You'll also get the opportunity to go hiking around the popular Quassussuaq mountain.
Duration:
4 days
Available:
May. - Sep.
Difficulty:
Easy
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Duration:
3 days
Available:
May. - Sep.
Difficulty:
Easy
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Duration:
2 days
Available:
Jul. - Sep.
Difficulty:
Moderate
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Duration:
3 hours
Available:
Jan. - May.
Difficulty:
Easy
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Arctic Circle Wilderness Hike | Kangerlussuaq | West Greenland

This is a true wilderness trekking trip! We will only be sleeping in tents, and carry everything we need for the whole trip in our backpacks. We will be hiking almost the entire time within the new Unesco World Heritage landscape of Aasivissuit- Nipisat.The hike will go through very untouched nature, and we are likely to encounter animals such as Reindeer, Musk-Oxes, Polar Foxes and numerous bird species. Along the way we pass numerous lakes and small rivers, so bring your fishing rod if you feel like. We may then catch a nice snack in the evening. However this is not primarily a fishing trip, this is primarly a hiking trip, where there is possibilities for fishing in the evening and on the rest days.From Kangerlussuaq airport we will grab a taxi eastwards to the ice sheet. From there we will start our hike northwards with spectacular views of the Greenland ice cap.After hiking northwards for a day, we will turn to the west and hike for 4 days through the pristine wilderness and end up at the Unesco world heritage site of Aassivisuit. Here we will have a rest day, with possibilities of fishing, small hiking excursions to see the cultural heritage at this site, or just relaxing and enjoying life!Together with a experienced Arctic Nature Guide, you will on this trek have a unique chance to experience the untouched nature of Greenland, but also ancient Unesco cultural heritage of the Inuits.In the evening of return we will be eating a better dinner, and hopefully finish with a party.    
Duration:
9 days
Available:
Aug. - Sep.
Difficulty:
Demanding
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One week dogsled expediton | Uummannaq | North Greenland

On this one week dogsled expedition you will travel with a local hunter/fisherman and follow his everyday life in the Arctic winter.A unique opportunity to get close to a culture under pressure from climate change and modern society. You can try ice fishing, ride a dog sled and live in the magnificent Arctic nature. You do not have to shoot anything but can chase motifs with your camera.You will go on the sea ice by dogsled, passing by icebergs frozen into the fjord. The only sound you hear is the swishing of the sled over snow. The pace of the dogsled is about the speed of a bicycle - perfect to take in the landscape. The Inuit in Greenland have made their living from the sea for generations, and up north here in Uummannaq, there are many that live the traditional way. In the winter, when the sea freezes over, the fiord becomes a highway for dogsleds to travel to fishing and hunting grounds, and to settlements in the area. Life out on the sea ice is what sustain the families here. At the same time, technology in Greenland is modern, with handheld GPSs, and everyone following on Facebook. Listen to the snow under your boots, marvel at how bright the moonlight is on icebergs, and share a laugh with the locals. Immerse yourself into life in the north, and feel the harmony with nature.A detailed description of the tour can be found below. Join this adventure by dogsled, and bring your warmest winter jacket! Check the booking availability by pressing 'Choose a date' above. 
Duration:
7 days
Available:
Feb. - Apr.
Difficulty:
Demanding
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Duration:
8 days
Available:
Feb. - Apr.
Difficulty:
Demanding
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Duration:
4 hours
Available:
Jun. - Oct.
Difficulty:
Easy
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Kayaking & Arctic Char Fishing | Nuuk | West Greenland

Would you like to experience a local gem, adored by the locals? Come along to the wild and vast Akia, and kayak in the wilderness to a hidden local gem, a river full of arctic char. Your adventure starts in the colonial harbor, where you and your fellow explorer will be greeted by your captain. From here you venture out on the neighboring seas and travel to Akia, also known as the Northland. Once you get to shore, a 20-minute hike on the arctic tundra waits to be conquered. Enjoy the peacefulness and the spellbinding surroundings, keep an eye out for wildlife playing hide and seek between the mountainsides.After the 20-minute hike, you and your fellow explorer will find some kayaks waiting for you on the shore of a gigantic lake, with perfect conditions for kayaking. The captain will give you instructions on how to kayak and once you have mastered the art, you venture out on the lake! This kayaking tour takes you west to a remote and hidden river, full of arctic char. Slide your paddle slowly through the waters and let the arctic winds slip through your hair, this is an experience that will decorate any explorer! After an hour of exploring the hidden corners of the lake,  we will arrive at the river,  where you will be fishing for arctic char. The river is a local and hidden gem, due to its rich waters. In the breeding season of the arctic char, it is said that you can shovel the many fish. Enjoy the mesmerizing surroundings, while mastering the art of fishing! After a couple of hours of fishing, we return by kayak to the east of the lake and return to Nuuk by boat.  This adventure is the perfect combination of kayaking, fishing and Greenland’s outstanding nature.  Come along and bring your fellow explorers! Check the booking availability by pressing ‘Choose a date’ above.  
Duration:
8 hours
Available:
Jul. - Sep.
Difficulty:
Easy
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Showing 12 out of 29

Fishing Tours

You are practically guaranteed a catch when you go sea fishing in Greenland.
Find a selection of fly fishing for trout or arctic char, or even ice fishing during the cold and mysterious winter months ***

5

average

4 reviews

Fishing Tours

You are practically guaranteed a catch when you go sea fishing in Greenland.
Find a selection of fly fishing for trout or arctic char, or even ice fishing during the cold and mysterious winter months ***
5 average category rating
4 reviews
Compare Prices in Greenland
A large selection of tours
Refine the results by using the filters
Popularity
  • Popularity
  • Rating
  • Price
  • Price
  • Duration
  • Duration

Redfish tour | Nuuk

Go on a fishing tour just near the capital of Greenland and return to Nuuk with your freshly caught fish to make your very own delicious fish'n'dish!Nuuk lies at the tip of the Nuuk Fjord, which is also the world's second largest fjord system. Inside the fjord system there are 3 fjords and one of them leads to 2 glaciers which calve unique and magnificent icebergs both big and small, it is absolutely beautiful the way they decorate the landscape with their fun shapes - as nature itself has sculpted.On this trip you will see a small part of the fjordsystem as you are going to Qooqqut - which is also just the best place to fish redfish, it’s so great that this place is known as the "Redfish Hole". Greenlanders - no matter if they’re young or old - love to fish! And we think you'll enjoy it as well once you try it.Being in nature is a big part of the Greenlandic culture, and it involves sailing out to catch seals, picking berries and fishing, especially Redfish! These catches make up the traditional food that Greenlanders have been eating for hundreds of years. That’s why many of the locals have their own boats and, for example, have hunting as a main occupation or hunt a lot in their free time. Summer is the peak of sailing adventures and the locals gather with their family and friends to enjoy themselves in the wild with their fresh catch in the pot!Grab some snacks and food for this 4-hour open boat trip (2.5 hour sailing and 1.5 hour fishing) and remember to wear warm clothes! Because it can quickly get cold when you're at sea - even if the sun is shining.Check out the availability for the tour by pressing "Choose a date" and book today.
Duration:
4 hours
Available:
Jun. - Sep.
Difficulty:
Easy
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Fishing for cod | Nuuk | West Greenland

Go on a fishing tour near Greenland's capital, Nuuk, and return with your freshly caught cod,  now there's fresh fish for dinner!The weather determines the agenda for the sailing plan and depending on the weather the captain knows exactly where to sail. You don’t have to have any gear or fishing experience with you, the guide will take care of it!The adventure starts from Iggiaa (Bro O) where you’ll be welcomed and given a survival suit so you can keep warm in the open boat - because even when you’re sailing in the summer it’ll get cold sailing so fast. Where ever you stop to fish, you'll have a breathtaking view and you’ll be impressed by the depths of the sea.When the guide and the captain think they have found the perfect spot they’ll get the fishing gear for you to try your luck. There’s a lot of fish along the Greenlandic coast, so don’t worry, there will definitely be a catch! Greenlanders loves to fish! And they love the fish dried, they love the fish cooked and pretty much any way you can think of . Especially in the summer, many families or friends sail out to enjoy being in the silence of nature and to just go fishing. A big part of Greenlandic culture is to be in the silence and beauty of nature, and you’ll definitely enjoy it as well. It’s possible to go fishing throughout the year, because here in the Nuuk area, the sea doesn’t freeze to ice. On your way back to Nuuk, you’ll just lean back and enjoy the rest of your time in the boat by being part of nature and the most beautiful view!Check availability by pressing "Choose a date" above and book your tour today.
Duration:
3 hours
Available:
All year
Difficulty:
Easy
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A day in the life of a Greenlandic Fisherman | Nuuk

Become a fisherman for a day and hop on board, this tour takes you around the surrounding seas of the capital! Greenland is known for its unbelievably stunning nature and vast and rich seas, but Nuuk offers extraordinary opportunities for sailing and fishing.Greenland's largest income comes from the fishing industry, and on this tour, you will understand why! Even though, the lives of the modern Inuit are dominated by a modern lifestyle, being in nature is still an essential necessity for the Greenlandic people. Fishing is enjoyed by all ages, from small children to the elderly. And we promise you will love it, just as much! You will not only come home with an extraordinary experience, but you will also come home with your freshly caught fish.The captain knows the surrounding seas of the capital, like the palm of his own hands. So it is on forehand promised, that you will be fishing in the richest waters. Experienced or not, deep fishing is for all. The captain and guide will bring the gear and take care of your freshly caught cod or Acadian redfish.In between catching fish and sailing, there will be time to enjoy the majestic nature of Nuuk fjord with a hot cup of coffee! During the tour, the guide will tell you all about the fjord and if you are lucky, you might meet one of the many icebergs, calving from the Narsap Sermia Glacier. The icebergs are amazingly beautiful with their white and blue colours - the boat will stop at the most beautiful iceberg,  so you can capture it through your camera lens!The sea doesn’t freeze in the winter and there is enough fish all year round, so this tour is available at any time! Bring your warmest hat and your camera. Press "Choose a date" above and book your tour today. 
Duration:
4 hours
Available:
All year
Difficulty:
Easy
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Best of Nuuk in 4 days | West Greenland

Explore the capital of Greenland (and the smallest capital in the world) Nuuk, that is surrounded by an amazing nature and city life where you meet Greenlanders fascinating mix of the traditional and modern way of life.In many different restaurants, you can have Greenlandic and European inspired food on the menu. From fashion shops, you cannot leave without having anything in your bag. And the northern lights inspired cultural center, Katuaq, where you can drink your caffe latte while you enjoy the artwork from the local and international artists. Nuuk is definitely the capital of modern Greenland and still keeps growing. But the modern Nuuk will also show its past in this package, because you can still see some of the first buildings by the colonial harbour from the 1700s, including a visit to the National Museum of Greenland and the local museum right on the spot!One of its many characteristics are the many opportunities to sail and experience things like seeing abandoned villages, taking pictures of fine icebergs in all shapes and sizes, watching whales and sailing into the second largest fjord system in the world.This is an unforgettable tour, you’ll start to get to know Nuuk with a city sightseeing tour and eventually you can take a walk and explore Nuuk on your own.The second day will be more focused on historical and cultural experiences, as you’ll visit the National Museum of Greenland to see umiaqs(Women’s boats), qajaqs(kayaks), mummies and many more ancient relics and interesting bits of history. After the visit to the museum you are going to sail and of course experience a little bit of the Greenlandic traditional culture yourself by going on a fishing tour followed by a visit to a restaurant with delicious food in the middle of nature, far from everything else. The next day you’ll go to the amazing Nuuk icefjord filled with icebergs from several glaciers.You'll also get the opportunity to go hiking around the popular Quassussuaq mountain.
Duration:
4 days
Available:
May. - Sep.
Difficulty:
Easy
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Duration:
3 days
Available:
May. - Sep.
Difficulty:
Easy
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Duration:
2 days
Available:
Jul. - Sep.
Difficulty:
Moderate
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Duration:
3 hours
Available:
Jan. - May.
Difficulty:
Easy
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Arctic Circle Wilderness Hike | Kangerlussuaq | West Greenland

This is a true wilderness trekking trip! We will only be sleeping in tents, and carry everything we need for the whole trip in our backpacks. We will be hiking almost the entire time within the new Unesco World Heritage landscape of Aasivissuit- Nipisat.The hike will go through very untouched nature, and we are likely to encounter animals such as Reindeer, Musk-Oxes, Polar Foxes and numerous bird species. Along the way we pass numerous lakes and small rivers, so bring your fishing rod if you feel like. We may then catch a nice snack in the evening. However this is not primarily a fishing trip, this is primarly a hiking trip, where there is possibilities for fishing in the evening and on the rest days.From Kangerlussuaq airport we will grab a taxi eastwards to the ice sheet. From there we will start our hike northwards with spectacular views of the Greenland ice cap.After hiking northwards for a day, we will turn to the west and hike for 4 days through the pristine wilderness and end up at the Unesco world heritage site of Aassivisuit. Here we will have a rest day, with possibilities of fishing, small hiking excursions to see the cultural heritage at this site, or just relaxing and enjoying life!Together with a experienced Arctic Nature Guide, you will on this trek have a unique chance to experience the untouched nature of Greenland, but also ancient Unesco cultural heritage of the Inuits.In the evening of return we will be eating a better dinner, and hopefully finish with a party.    
Duration:
9 days
Available:
Aug. - Sep.
Difficulty:
Demanding
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One week dogsled expediton | Uummannaq | North Greenland

On this one week dogsled expedition you will travel with a local hunter/fisherman and follow his everyday life in the Arctic winter.A unique opportunity to get close to a culture under pressure from climate change and modern society. You can try ice fishing, ride a dog sled and live in the magnificent Arctic nature. You do not have to shoot anything but can chase motifs with your camera.You will go on the sea ice by dogsled, passing by icebergs frozen into the fjord. The only sound you hear is the swishing of the sled over snow. The pace of the dogsled is about the speed of a bicycle - perfect to take in the landscape. The Inuit in Greenland have made their living from the sea for generations, and up north here in Uummannaq, there are many that live the traditional way. In the winter, when the sea freezes over, the fiord becomes a highway for dogsleds to travel to fishing and hunting grounds, and to settlements in the area. Life out on the sea ice is what sustain the families here. At the same time, technology in Greenland is modern, with handheld GPSs, and everyone following on Facebook. Listen to the snow under your boots, marvel at how bright the moonlight is on icebergs, and share a laugh with the locals. Immerse yourself into life in the north, and feel the harmony with nature.A detailed description of the tour can be found below. Join this adventure by dogsled, and bring your warmest winter jacket! Check the booking availability by pressing 'Choose a date' above. 
Duration:
7 days
Available:
Feb. - Apr.
Difficulty:
Demanding
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Duration:
8 days
Available:
Feb. - Apr.
Difficulty:
Demanding
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Duration:
4 hours
Available:
Jun. - Oct.
Difficulty:
Easy
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Kayaking & Arctic Char Fishing | Nuuk | West Greenland

Would you like to experience a local gem, adored by the locals? Come along to the wild and vast Akia, and kayak in the wilderness to a hidden local gem, a river full of arctic char. Your adventure starts in the colonial harbor, where you and your fellow explorer will be greeted by your captain. From here you venture out on the neighboring seas and travel to Akia, also known as the Northland. Once you get to shore, a 20-minute hike on the arctic tundra waits to be conquered. Enjoy the peacefulness and the spellbinding surroundings, keep an eye out for wildlife playing hide and seek between the mountainsides.After the 20-minute hike, you and your fellow explorer will find some kayaks waiting for you on the shore of a gigantic lake, with perfect conditions for kayaking. The captain will give you instructions on how to kayak and once you have mastered the art, you venture out on the lake! This kayaking tour takes you west to a remote and hidden river, full of arctic char. Slide your paddle slowly through the waters and let the arctic winds slip through your hair, this is an experience that will decorate any explorer! After an hour of exploring the hidden corners of the lake,  we will arrive at the river,  where you will be fishing for arctic char. The river is a local and hidden gem, due to its rich waters. In the breeding season of the arctic char, it is said that you can shovel the many fish. Enjoy the mesmerizing surroundings, while mastering the art of fishing! After a couple of hours of fishing, we return by kayak to the east of the lake and return to Nuuk by boat.  This adventure is the perfect combination of kayaking, fishing and Greenland’s outstanding nature.  Come along and bring your fellow explorers! Check the booking availability by pressing ‘Choose a date’ above.  
Duration:
8 hours
Available:
Jul. - Sep.
Difficulty:
Easy
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Fishing Tours

You are practically guaranteed a catch when you go sea fishing in Greenland.
Find a selection of fly fishing for trout or arctic char, or even ice fishing during the cold and mysterious winter months ***
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