The northernmost settlement Siorapaluk | Qaanaaq

1 to 5 passengers included
Tour Type
Day Tour
Duration
6 hours
Difficulty
Easy
Start town
Qaanaaq
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Description

Visit the northernmost natural settlement on our planet, Siorapaluk.  Inuit have lived in this area for over 4000 years, sustaining themselves in the Arctic nature.

Our boat trip goes past icebergs, and lands on a white-sand beach in front of a small cluster of houses.  The population of Siorapaluk is around 40.  Children may be at the playground or the beach, and you will meet locals in front of the store.  A river of clear, cold glacier melt runs through the settlement.   It is a beautiful walk along the coast in either direction.   The hills behind the houses is a nice place to go too, and you might spot some arctic hare if it’s early summer.

A half an hour walk or 5 minute boat ride will take you to where thousands of little auk nest.  There is a glacier at the bottom of the fiord, where you might spot some seals.  You can also take a hike, or explore the next fiord to the south.  Would like to spend your time around the settlement?  Or do you want to explore the fiord?  Discuss plans with your local guide and enjoy the summer day!

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Activities

Boat Tour

Glacier Views

Iceberg Views

Midnight Sun

Settlement Visit

Included

  • 1 to 5 passengers
  • Local guide
  • Coffee and tea

What to bring

  • Layered clothing. Ideally, you should pack a thermal underwear layer (top and bottom), activity layer (e.g. hiking pants and shirt), insulation layer (e.g. fleece or down jacket), and outer layer of windproof clothing (top and bottom). You may not need all of this on any particular day, but you should have it available. You should always bring a windproof jacket, regardless of the weather.
  • Warm hat, gloves, buff or scarf, gloves
  • Sunglasses, sunscreen & sun hat (depending on weather)
  • Camera with extra batteries
  • Day pack
  • Water bottle
  • Water-resistant hiking boots
  • Lunch

Additional Information

  • It can be cold on the boat in the Arctic. Down jacket, warm over-trousers are recommended. Dress in layers so that you can adjust when you are on land.
  • It is possible to combine this tour with another boat trip and enjoy a long day out under the midnight sun. You can book a combi-tour when you make a reservation:
    • Qeqertarsuaq, a picturesque former settlement
    • Boat trip among icebergs, searching for narwhal
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Description

Visit the northernmost natural settlement on our planet, Siorapaluk.  Inuit have lived in this area for over 4000 years, sustaining themselves in the Arctic nature.

Our boat trip goes past icebergs, and lands on a white-sand beach in front of a small cluster of houses.  The population of Siorapaluk is around 40.  Children may be at the playground or the beach, and you will meet locals in front of the store.  A river of clear, cold glacier melt runs through the settlement.   It is a beautiful walk along the coast in either direction.   The hills behind the houses is a nice place to go too, and you might spot some arctic hare if it’s early summer.

A half an hour walk or 5 minute boat ride will take you to where thousands of little auk nest.  There is a glacier at the bottom of the fiord, where you might spot some seals.  You can also take a hike, or explore the next fiord to the south.  Would like to spend your time around the settlement?  Or do you want to explore the fiord?  Discuss plans with your local guide and enjoy the summer day!

For a glimpse of the daily life in the worlds most northern settlement, select your preferred date and press on Book Now

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2 600 DKK

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2 600 DKK