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Cultural Tours

Experience Greenlandic culture.
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Duration:
8 days
Available:
Feb. - Apr.
Difficulty:
Moderate
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Oqaatsut Kayaking Day | Ilulissat | Disko Bay

Join this marvelous trip combining kayaking with cultural visit to the charming hunting village Oqaatsut. If you always have wanted to experience Greenland along with visiting Ilulissat, then this is something for you. As you will sail the arctic ocean from Ilulissat to the little settlement of Oqaatsut among humongous icebergs with the beautiful nuances of blue and white.When you have arrived in the village you will be joined with an experienced kayaking instructor who will take you through the basics and help you along the journey. As you will go through the safety instructions, you will get the best introduction of how to operate a kayak. Shortly after you will head onto the water. With your fellow explorers, you will get the thrilling experience of strolling across the water surface as you will get to sail among icebergs and get up close to the giants of the sea.If you are lucky you might even get to sail in the company of humpback whales. Curious and gentle creatures that are often spotted in the Greenlandic seas. From whales to a traditional village where you will get to see local hunters go out or come back from a hunt, but usually in the summer, they catch huge numbers of fish. Use your free time to walk around the settlement and greet the friendly locals.You will also get to enjoy lunch in a local home and get the full experience as you will get to see the beautiful decorations on the walls and the cozy feeling of a home. Tag along on this adventure just outside of Ilulissat and experience kayaking in the fjord of Oqaatsut. See the availability by pressing on ‘Choose a date’ above.
Duration:
7 hours
Available:
Jun. - Sep.
Difficulty:
Moderate
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Duration:
30 minutes
Available:
All year
Difficulty:
Easy
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Boat Shuttle Express | Kapisillit | Nuuk

Come aboard, this fast travelling boat shuttle from Greenland's capital, Nuuk to Kapisillit. This boat shuttle is perfect for you who would like to experience Greenland, its nature and its culture. Kapisillit offers unique opportunities for exploring Greenlandic culture and the beauty of the Arctic nature.Kapisillit is a small settlement, living off its surrounding nature - by fishing and hunting. The settlement has approximately 60 inhabitants and is surrounded by endless miles of Arctic tundra and unimaginable beauty. With this boat shuttle, you will be transported to Kapisillit Friday, and return to Nuuk Sunday. Book a two-day stay at the local hostel, rent a cabin for a weekend or camp in the surrounding nature. This is the perfect opportunity if you would like to create your own Greenland holiday.For cultural activities, visit a local family, join the cultural celebration – Kaffemik, attend a church ceremony or go on a self-guided settlement tour and chit chat with the locals. Visiting Kapisillit is a true insight into what Greenland is like, outside of the capital.The surrounding nature offers a fjord of opportunities, for fishing and hiking. The area is known for its large lakes and river system, with breeding arctic char and salmon. Kapisillit means salmon and the settlement is named after its rich waters of salmon.  There are tons of hiking opportunities. Only an hour or two by foot, you can visit the ice-filled fjord, Nuuk ice fjord. The fjord houses the Narsap Sermia Glacier, which produces endless icebergs, flowing into the fjord. The many icebergs create a picturesque landscape with icebergs as far as the eyes can see. The hike is quite easy and can almost be done by all ages. Please note that these tours are without a guide.Pack your camera, fishing equipment and camera for this out-of-town settlement visit. Check the booking availability by pressing 'Choose a date' above.  
Duration:
4 hours
Available:
Jun. - Aug.
Difficulty:
Easy
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Duration:
1 hour
Available:
Jul. - Aug.
Difficulty:
Easy
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Nuuk city tour by car

Join this tour through the world's smallest capital, Nuuk, and get a sense of how the city evolves. You’ll be driven by car or bus with a professional guide who will tell you about the exciting history behind the colorful capital. Although the capital's inhabitants are just around 18,000,  you’ll see a fascinating cross between the urban and traditional way of life. You can go to the cinema after a nice visit at the café while meeting fishermen or hunters selling the catch of the day in the market. Like the rest of the cities in the Greenlandic coast, Nuuk is located by the coast and is surrounded by breathtaking nature - mountains and the sea play together very well in the hustle and bustle of the city atmosphere. Nuuk is divided into 3 parts. Nuuk is the centre of the city, you’ll find the oldest part of the city, the colonial harbour, where Greenland's colonial period has begun. Here you will not only see the past because you’ll also find different restaurants and cafés with food from Greenlandic to European inspiration. Lots of shops selling interesting souvenirs and local design. You can also find the Cultural House, National Museum as well as the local museum here.The second part is Nuussuaq, a part of Nuuk which sprung up in the 1980s. You’ll be impressed by colourful houses and suburban life in beautiful surroundings. The third and most recent part of Nuuk is Qinngorput, which appeared at the beginning of 2000. It takes about 20 minutes to drive from Nuuk to Qinngorput. The entire city has been in rapid development and it never stops, new buildings are always springing up around the entire city. Come along and get an idea of the conditions of which the modern Inuit live in, here in the capital and hear what your guide has to say, there are a lot of hidden wonders See availability for the tour by pressing "Choose a date" for the tour and book your tour today.
Duration:
1,5 hours
Available:
All year
Difficulty:
Easy
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Crash Course in Greenlandic | Ilulissat

If you like to learn new languages or you like the sound of Greenlandic or you just want to learn a new language like Greenlandic just for fun, then this 1-hour long course for beginners is perfect for you to start learning Greenlandic.No worries! The course is 100% conversational, that means you won’t have to learn the grammar rules or learn how to read Greenlandic. The course will be simple, practical, short and super easy.There are only around 56.000 people on earth that can speak Greenlandic, and they say Greenlandic is one of the hardest languages to learn, but the way you will learn is the natural way, like when you learned English. So it will be easier for you to learn.You will learn the basics in Greenlandic that you need to know to have a conversation. In this course, you will learn greetings, introductions, words and phrases for travelling, days of the week, months of the year and more. At the end of the course, you should be able to greet and introduce yourself to the locals in Greenland and have basic conversations with them.Greenlanders love it when foreigners try to speak Greenlandic because it shows that they respect their language and that they have taken the time to learn it. Greenlanders appreciate the ones who try, even if they say simple words or sentences like ‘Qujanaq’ which means ‘thank you’ in Greenlandic.There will be a further introduction about the course and you will get explained more about how the course is going to go at the beginning of the course.Take this fun and educational course and impress people you know or others by speaking one of the hardest languages on earth, Greenlandic.Just press ‘choose a date’ to find availability for this course.
Duration:
1 hour
Available:
All year
Difficulty:
Easy
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Traditional Hunting & Camping | Kangerlussuaq | West Greenland

Join a Greenlandic hunter in the wilderness and experience the traditional way of inland camping and hunting. Here you have the opportunity to feel and learn more about the ways of living that has supported different Arctic hunting cultures. At this camp a minimum of changes has been made due to the fact that you as a visitor are a part of the camp. In other words, you experience a hunting camp as it will be carried out when the hunter and his family are here. For millennia the inland hunting grounds have been the scene for the early caribou hunt. In former days the hunt was essential for getting the fur of caribou, which by weight is the warmest fur obtainable. As well as the antlers which was used for hunting tools. Meat was dried for conservation and could thereby by a food source lasting for winter.Your guide will hunt, mainly for caribou, meat will be dried, skin scraped or tanned and dried for use as sleeping mats or maybe clothing, we collect wood for cooking and simply live the hunting camp life with all its aspects. Therefore there is also no other itinerary than the day and time for start and end of the tour.As any indigenous people the Greenlanders used any new commodity that would help ease the way of living. So will we off course in this camp. We might also experiment with tanning methods used by the native Americans or others to get the best possible hide out of the caribou skin.  The camp is situated just South of the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Nipisat-Aasivissuit, with its long history of Arctic cultures who had their hunting grounds in this area for millennia.
Duration:
5 days
Available:
Sep. - Dec.
Difficulty:
Moderate
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Duration:
2 hours
Available:
Feb. - Mar.
Difficulty:
Easy
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Duration:
2 hours
Available:
Feb. - May.
Difficulty:
Easy
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Duration:
3 hours
Available:
Sep. - Apr.
Difficulty:
Easy
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Duration:
9 days
Available:
Sep. - Dec.
Difficulty:
Easy
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Cultural Tours

Experience Greenlandic culture.

5

average

2 reviews

Cultural Tours

Experience Greenlandic culture.
5 average category rating
2 reviews
Compare Prices in Greenland
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Duration:
8 days
Available:
Feb. - Apr.
Difficulty:
Moderate
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Oqaatsut Kayaking Day | Ilulissat | Disko Bay

Join this marvelous trip combining kayaking with cultural visit to the charming hunting village Oqaatsut. If you always have wanted to experience Greenland along with visiting Ilulissat, then this is something for you. As you will sail the arctic ocean from Ilulissat to the little settlement of Oqaatsut among humongous icebergs with the beautiful nuances of blue and white.When you have arrived in the village you will be joined with an experienced kayaking instructor who will take you through the basics and help you along the journey. As you will go through the safety instructions, you will get the best introduction of how to operate a kayak. Shortly after you will head onto the water. With your fellow explorers, you will get the thrilling experience of strolling across the water surface as you will get to sail among icebergs and get up close to the giants of the sea.If you are lucky you might even get to sail in the company of humpback whales. Curious and gentle creatures that are often spotted in the Greenlandic seas. From whales to a traditional village where you will get to see local hunters go out or come back from a hunt, but usually in the summer, they catch huge numbers of fish. Use your free time to walk around the settlement and greet the friendly locals.You will also get to enjoy lunch in a local home and get the full experience as you will get to see the beautiful decorations on the walls and the cozy feeling of a home. Tag along on this adventure just outside of Ilulissat and experience kayaking in the fjord of Oqaatsut. See the availability by pressing on ‘Choose a date’ above.
Duration:
7 hours
Available:
Jun. - Sep.
Difficulty:
Moderate
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Duration:
30 minutes
Available:
All year
Difficulty:
Easy
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Boat Shuttle Express | Kapisillit | Nuuk

Come aboard, this fast travelling boat shuttle from Greenland's capital, Nuuk to Kapisillit. This boat shuttle is perfect for you who would like to experience Greenland, its nature and its culture. Kapisillit offers unique opportunities for exploring Greenlandic culture and the beauty of the Arctic nature.Kapisillit is a small settlement, living off its surrounding nature - by fishing and hunting. The settlement has approximately 60 inhabitants and is surrounded by endless miles of Arctic tundra and unimaginable beauty. With this boat shuttle, you will be transported to Kapisillit Friday, and return to Nuuk Sunday. Book a two-day stay at the local hostel, rent a cabin for a weekend or camp in the surrounding nature. This is the perfect opportunity if you would like to create your own Greenland holiday.For cultural activities, visit a local family, join the cultural celebration – Kaffemik, attend a church ceremony or go on a self-guided settlement tour and chit chat with the locals. Visiting Kapisillit is a true insight into what Greenland is like, outside of the capital.The surrounding nature offers a fjord of opportunities, for fishing and hiking. The area is known for its large lakes and river system, with breeding arctic char and salmon. Kapisillit means salmon and the settlement is named after its rich waters of salmon.  There are tons of hiking opportunities. Only an hour or two by foot, you can visit the ice-filled fjord, Nuuk ice fjord. The fjord houses the Narsap Sermia Glacier, which produces endless icebergs, flowing into the fjord. The many icebergs create a picturesque landscape with icebergs as far as the eyes can see. The hike is quite easy and can almost be done by all ages. Please note that these tours are without a guide.Pack your camera, fishing equipment and camera for this out-of-town settlement visit. Check the booking availability by pressing 'Choose a date' above.  
Duration:
4 hours
Available:
Jun. - Aug.
Difficulty:
Easy
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Duration:
1 hour
Available:
Jul. - Aug.
Difficulty:
Easy
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Nuuk city tour by car

Join this tour through the world's smallest capital, Nuuk, and get a sense of how the city evolves. You’ll be driven by car or bus with a professional guide who will tell you about the exciting history behind the colorful capital. Although the capital's inhabitants are just around 18,000,  you’ll see a fascinating cross between the urban and traditional way of life. You can go to the cinema after a nice visit at the café while meeting fishermen or hunters selling the catch of the day in the market. Like the rest of the cities in the Greenlandic coast, Nuuk is located by the coast and is surrounded by breathtaking nature - mountains and the sea play together very well in the hustle and bustle of the city atmosphere. Nuuk is divided into 3 parts. Nuuk is the centre of the city, you’ll find the oldest part of the city, the colonial harbour, where Greenland's colonial period has begun. Here you will not only see the past because you’ll also find different restaurants and cafés with food from Greenlandic to European inspiration. Lots of shops selling interesting souvenirs and local design. You can also find the Cultural House, National Museum as well as the local museum here.The second part is Nuussuaq, a part of Nuuk which sprung up in the 1980s. You’ll be impressed by colourful houses and suburban life in beautiful surroundings. The third and most recent part of Nuuk is Qinngorput, which appeared at the beginning of 2000. It takes about 20 minutes to drive from Nuuk to Qinngorput. The entire city has been in rapid development and it never stops, new buildings are always springing up around the entire city. Come along and get an idea of the conditions of which the modern Inuit live in, here in the capital and hear what your guide has to say, there are a lot of hidden wonders See availability for the tour by pressing "Choose a date" for the tour and book your tour today.
Duration:
1,5 hours
Available:
All year
Difficulty:
Easy
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Crash Course in Greenlandic | Ilulissat

If you like to learn new languages or you like the sound of Greenlandic or you just want to learn a new language like Greenlandic just for fun, then this 1-hour long course for beginners is perfect for you to start learning Greenlandic.No worries! The course is 100% conversational, that means you won’t have to learn the grammar rules or learn how to read Greenlandic. The course will be simple, practical, short and super easy.There are only around 56.000 people on earth that can speak Greenlandic, and they say Greenlandic is one of the hardest languages to learn, but the way you will learn is the natural way, like when you learned English. So it will be easier for you to learn.You will learn the basics in Greenlandic that you need to know to have a conversation. In this course, you will learn greetings, introductions, words and phrases for travelling, days of the week, months of the year and more. At the end of the course, you should be able to greet and introduce yourself to the locals in Greenland and have basic conversations with them.Greenlanders love it when foreigners try to speak Greenlandic because it shows that they respect their language and that they have taken the time to learn it. Greenlanders appreciate the ones who try, even if they say simple words or sentences like ‘Qujanaq’ which means ‘thank you’ in Greenlandic.There will be a further introduction about the course and you will get explained more about how the course is going to go at the beginning of the course.Take this fun and educational course and impress people you know or others by speaking one of the hardest languages on earth, Greenlandic.Just press ‘choose a date’ to find availability for this course.
Duration:
1 hour
Available:
All year
Difficulty:
Easy
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Traditional Hunting & Camping | Kangerlussuaq | West Greenland

Join a Greenlandic hunter in the wilderness and experience the traditional way of inland camping and hunting. Here you have the opportunity to feel and learn more about the ways of living that has supported different Arctic hunting cultures. At this camp a minimum of changes has been made due to the fact that you as a visitor are a part of the camp. In other words, you experience a hunting camp as it will be carried out when the hunter and his family are here. For millennia the inland hunting grounds have been the scene for the early caribou hunt. In former days the hunt was essential for getting the fur of caribou, which by weight is the warmest fur obtainable. As well as the antlers which was used for hunting tools. Meat was dried for conservation and could thereby by a food source lasting for winter.Your guide will hunt, mainly for caribou, meat will be dried, skin scraped or tanned and dried for use as sleeping mats or maybe clothing, we collect wood for cooking and simply live the hunting camp life with all its aspects. Therefore there is also no other itinerary than the day and time for start and end of the tour.As any indigenous people the Greenlanders used any new commodity that would help ease the way of living. So will we off course in this camp. We might also experiment with tanning methods used by the native Americans or others to get the best possible hide out of the caribou skin.  The camp is situated just South of the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Nipisat-Aasivissuit, with its long history of Arctic cultures who had their hunting grounds in this area for millennia.
Duration:
5 days
Available:
Sep. - Dec.
Difficulty:
Moderate
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Duration:
2 hours
Available:
Feb. - Mar.
Difficulty:
Easy
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Duration:
2 hours
Available:
Feb. - May.
Difficulty:
Easy
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Duration:
3 hours
Available:
Sep. - Apr.
Difficulty:
Easy
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Duration:
9 days
Available:
Sep. - Dec.
Difficulty:
Easy
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Cultural Tours

Experience Greenlandic culture.

5

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Cultural Tours

Experience Greenlandic culture.
5 average category rating
2 reviews
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Duration:
8 days
Available:
Feb. - Apr.
Difficulty:
Moderate
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Oqaatsut Kayaking Day | Ilulissat | Disko Bay

Join this marvelous trip combining kayaking with cultural visit to the charming hunting village Oqaatsut. If you always have wanted to experience Greenland along with visiting Ilulissat, then this is something for you. As you will sail the arctic ocean from Ilulissat to the little settlement of Oqaatsut among humongous icebergs with the beautiful nuances of blue and white.When you have arrived in the village you will be joined with an experienced kayaking instructor who will take you through the basics and help you along the journey. As you will go through the safety instructions, you will get the best introduction of how to operate a kayak. Shortly after you will head onto the water. With your fellow explorers, you will get the thrilling experience of strolling across the water surface as you will get to sail among icebergs and get up close to the giants of the sea.If you are lucky you might even get to sail in the company of humpback whales. Curious and gentle creatures that are often spotted in the Greenlandic seas. From whales to a traditional village where you will get to see local hunters go out or come back from a hunt, but usually in the summer, they catch huge numbers of fish. Use your free time to walk around the settlement and greet the friendly locals.You will also get to enjoy lunch in a local home and get the full experience as you will get to see the beautiful decorations on the walls and the cozy feeling of a home. Tag along on this adventure just outside of Ilulissat and experience kayaking in the fjord of Oqaatsut. See the availability by pressing on ‘Choose a date’ above.
Duration:
7 hours
Available:
Jun. - Sep.
Difficulty:
Moderate
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Duration:
30 minutes
Available:
All year
Difficulty:
Easy
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Boat Shuttle Express | Kapisillit | Nuuk

Come aboard, this fast travelling boat shuttle from Greenland's capital, Nuuk to Kapisillit. This boat shuttle is perfect for you who would like to experience Greenland, its nature and its culture. Kapisillit offers unique opportunities for exploring Greenlandic culture and the beauty of the Arctic nature.Kapisillit is a small settlement, living off its surrounding nature - by fishing and hunting. The settlement has approximately 60 inhabitants and is surrounded by endless miles of Arctic tundra and unimaginable beauty. With this boat shuttle, you will be transported to Kapisillit Friday, and return to Nuuk Sunday. Book a two-day stay at the local hostel, rent a cabin for a weekend or camp in the surrounding nature. This is the perfect opportunity if you would like to create your own Greenland holiday.For cultural activities, visit a local family, join the cultural celebration – Kaffemik, attend a church ceremony or go on a self-guided settlement tour and chit chat with the locals. Visiting Kapisillit is a true insight into what Greenland is like, outside of the capital.The surrounding nature offers a fjord of opportunities, for fishing and hiking. The area is known for its large lakes and river system, with breeding arctic char and salmon. Kapisillit means salmon and the settlement is named after its rich waters of salmon.  There are tons of hiking opportunities. Only an hour or two by foot, you can visit the ice-filled fjord, Nuuk ice fjord. The fjord houses the Narsap Sermia Glacier, which produces endless icebergs, flowing into the fjord. The many icebergs create a picturesque landscape with icebergs as far as the eyes can see. The hike is quite easy and can almost be done by all ages. Please note that these tours are without a guide.Pack your camera, fishing equipment and camera for this out-of-town settlement visit. Check the booking availability by pressing 'Choose a date' above.  
Duration:
4 hours
Available:
Jun. - Aug.
Difficulty:
Easy
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Duration:
1 hour
Available:
Jul. - Aug.
Difficulty:
Easy
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Nuuk city tour by car

Join this tour through the world's smallest capital, Nuuk, and get a sense of how the city evolves. You’ll be driven by car or bus with a professional guide who will tell you about the exciting history behind the colorful capital. Although the capital's inhabitants are just around 18,000,  you’ll see a fascinating cross between the urban and traditional way of life. You can go to the cinema after a nice visit at the café while meeting fishermen or hunters selling the catch of the day in the market. Like the rest of the cities in the Greenlandic coast, Nuuk is located by the coast and is surrounded by breathtaking nature - mountains and the sea play together very well in the hustle and bustle of the city atmosphere. Nuuk is divided into 3 parts. Nuuk is the centre of the city, you’ll find the oldest part of the city, the colonial harbour, where Greenland's colonial period has begun. Here you will not only see the past because you’ll also find different restaurants and cafés with food from Greenlandic to European inspiration. Lots of shops selling interesting souvenirs and local design. You can also find the Cultural House, National Museum as well as the local museum here.The second part is Nuussuaq, a part of Nuuk which sprung up in the 1980s. You’ll be impressed by colourful houses and suburban life in beautiful surroundings. The third and most recent part of Nuuk is Qinngorput, which appeared at the beginning of 2000. It takes about 20 minutes to drive from Nuuk to Qinngorput. The entire city has been in rapid development and it never stops, new buildings are always springing up around the entire city. Come along and get an idea of the conditions of which the modern Inuit live in, here in the capital and hear what your guide has to say, there are a lot of hidden wonders See availability for the tour by pressing "Choose a date" for the tour and book your tour today.
Duration:
1,5 hours
Available:
All year
Difficulty:
Easy
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Crash Course in Greenlandic | Ilulissat

If you like to learn new languages or you like the sound of Greenlandic or you just want to learn a new language like Greenlandic just for fun, then this 1-hour long course for beginners is perfect for you to start learning Greenlandic.No worries! The course is 100% conversational, that means you won’t have to learn the grammar rules or learn how to read Greenlandic. The course will be simple, practical, short and super easy.There are only around 56.000 people on earth that can speak Greenlandic, and they say Greenlandic is one of the hardest languages to learn, but the way you will learn is the natural way, like when you learned English. So it will be easier for you to learn.You will learn the basics in Greenlandic that you need to know to have a conversation. In this course, you will learn greetings, introductions, words and phrases for travelling, days of the week, months of the year and more. At the end of the course, you should be able to greet and introduce yourself to the locals in Greenland and have basic conversations with them.Greenlanders love it when foreigners try to speak Greenlandic because it shows that they respect their language and that they have taken the time to learn it. Greenlanders appreciate the ones who try, even if they say simple words or sentences like ‘Qujanaq’ which means ‘thank you’ in Greenlandic.There will be a further introduction about the course and you will get explained more about how the course is going to go at the beginning of the course.Take this fun and educational course and impress people you know or others by speaking one of the hardest languages on earth, Greenlandic.Just press ‘choose a date’ to find availability for this course.
Duration:
1 hour
Available:
All year
Difficulty:
Easy
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Traditional Hunting & Camping | Kangerlussuaq | West Greenland

Join a Greenlandic hunter in the wilderness and experience the traditional way of inland camping and hunting. Here you have the opportunity to feel and learn more about the ways of living that has supported different Arctic hunting cultures. At this camp a minimum of changes has been made due to the fact that you as a visitor are a part of the camp. In other words, you experience a hunting camp as it will be carried out when the hunter and his family are here. For millennia the inland hunting grounds have been the scene for the early caribou hunt. In former days the hunt was essential for getting the fur of caribou, which by weight is the warmest fur obtainable. As well as the antlers which was used for hunting tools. Meat was dried for conservation and could thereby by a food source lasting for winter.Your guide will hunt, mainly for caribou, meat will be dried, skin scraped or tanned and dried for use as sleeping mats or maybe clothing, we collect wood for cooking and simply live the hunting camp life with all its aspects. Therefore there is also no other itinerary than the day and time for start and end of the tour.As any indigenous people the Greenlanders used any new commodity that would help ease the way of living. So will we off course in this camp. We might also experiment with tanning methods used by the native Americans or others to get the best possible hide out of the caribou skin.  The camp is situated just South of the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Nipisat-Aasivissuit, with its long history of Arctic cultures who had their hunting grounds in this area for millennia.
Duration:
5 days
Available:
Sep. - Dec.
Difficulty:
Moderate
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Duration:
2 hours
Available:
Feb. - Mar.
Difficulty:
Easy
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Duration:
2 hours
Available:
Feb. - May.
Difficulty:
Easy
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Duration:
3 hours
Available:
Sep. - Apr.
Difficulty:
Easy
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Duration:
9 days
Available:
Sep. - Dec.
Difficulty:
Easy
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Cultural Tours

Experience Greenlandic culture.

5

average

2 reviews

Cultural Tours

Experience Greenlandic culture.
5 average category rating
2 reviews
Compare Prices in Greenland
A large selection of tours