Oqaatsut Kayaking Day | Ilulissat | Disko Bay

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Day Tour
June - September
7 hours
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Join this marvellous trip combining kayaking with a 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 by 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 cosy feeling of a home. Tag along on this adventure just outside of Ilulissat and experience kayaking in the fjord of Oqaatsut. Reserve your adventure by pressing on ‘Book Now’ above.


Boat Tour

Greenlandic Culture

Iceberg Views

Kayaking & SUP

Settlement Visit




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2 995 DKK

Adult (18 years+)
Children (14 – 17 years)