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About Hot Spring Tours

1. Are there many hot springs in Greenland?

The hot spring at Uunartoq Island in South Greenland, with tours from Qaqortoq and Nanortalik is the only one that is frequently visited by both locals and travellers. The temperature is around 38?C (100?F), and with icebergs floating by, it’s a lovely experience.

There are many hot springs, but others in South Greenland are not warm enough for bathing. The island of Qeqertarsuaq in Disko Bay and East Greenland also have hot springs, some of which are very hot. These hot springs are just flowing naturally.

2. Do the hot springs have changing rooms?

Only the hot spring at Uunartoq in South Greenland has any man-made facilities, which are simple shelters to change clothes. This is not a modern spa with cafés and air conditioning, but just walls to fend off eyes and the wind. So take enough towels to dry yourself quickly, and enjoy the amazing natural setting of the place.