Glamping at Camp Kangiusaq | Nuuk | West Greenland
This camping site is a must-try if you really want to experience the wild and amazing Greenlandic nature far away from the city, but still want world-class comfort! This tour begins from the colonial harbor next to the National Museum in Nuuk at 09:00. From there, you will sail toward the Nuuk Icefjord. A beautiful sail tour where you get the chance to see icebergs, breathtaking mountains, and in general amazing nature all the way to the camp. Upon arrival, you will be greeted by the guides at the camp (who speak English and Danish). From there, they will give you a quick tour around the area and give you all the relevant information for your stay at Camp Kangiusaq. There will be served dinner between 18-20 in the large tent, which can be enjoyed inside or out on the platform with a stunning view. The following morning, breakfast can be enjoyed between 08-09. During your stay, it is also possible to go out on a paddleboard or kayak tour, go fishing, or go on a hike to a waterfall or several viewpoints from which you can see the ice fjord. You will sail back to Nuuk at 14:00 or 17:30 - depending on what you prefer! Please note, it is also possible to stay at Camp Kangiusaq for two nights. When going to camp Kangiusaq, it is important to remember it is located in the middle of the wilderness. Therefore, bring good hiking shoes and appropriate clothing for the outdoors and expect any type of weather. The tents are heated and each tent has a double bed with thick duvets and pillows. Please Note: If you have any allergies then please let us know as soon as possible! To book your stay at Camp Kangiusaq, select your date of travel and click ‘Book Now’.
- Transfer to and from camp by boat (2 hours one way)
- Comfort tent with a double bed
- All meals and soft drinks during your stay
- Local guide at the camp
- Toilet facilities at camp
- Paddleboards & Kayaks available to use at the camp
What to bring
- Hiking Boots
- Warm Socks
- Wool underwear
- Wind & Waterproof jacket
- There will be mosquito nets that you can borrow at the camp
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3 700 DKK