Nuuk Tours
Find the largest selection of things to do in Nuuk, the capital of Greenland, and the surrounding area. You can sail to the icefjord, past the mountain of Sermitsiaq in the sunny weather looking for whales and other wildlife, or go hike in the beautiful landscape.

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Nuuk Tours

Find the largest selection of things to do in Nuuk, the capital of Greenland, and the surrounding area. You can sail to the icefjord, past the mountain of Sermitsiaq in the sunny weather looking for whales and other wildlife, or go hike in the beautiful landscape.
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3days
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Duration:
7hours
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Qoornoq Island Adventure | Nuuk

Visit the beautiful Qoornoq Island by booking this 4-hour boat trip! This tour is for those who would like to experience one of Nuuk Fjords, most interesting destinations of incredible nature and Greenlandic history.  This experience should not be missed those visitors of Greenland's capital, Nuuk, who are passionate about the country's history and spectacular nature.  Your tour starts at the colonial harbour, not far from the city centre, where you will be welcomed aboard our closed cabin boat. Your experienced captain will seat you, and pair you with a life jacket.  Once you are ready the captain will set the course towards the first highlight of the day.  Sailing into Nuuk's complicated fjord system, we will pass the iconic Sermitsiaq Mountain, which from the leftover snow from winter creates a beautiful waterfall down the mountainside. It's a spectacular sight to see the waterfall tumbling down the side of the mountain. En route to Qooqrnoq, you might be able to spot one of the many sea creatures inhabiting the seas of the fjord,  humpback whales and seals are common! By the settlement, you will go ashore.  After a walk between the few houses and surrounding tundra, we will continue our journey to the other side of the island. This is where we will be met by a breathtaking waterfall, where we will stay and listen to the sound of the running water and enjoy the stunning view of the fjord. We will then head towards some old Norse ruins where you will be told about the living conditions thousands of years ago. Put on your warmest hat, and join this marvelous journey through the complex fjord system around Nuuk. See availability by pressing 'Choose a date' and book your tour today.
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Duration:
4hours
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Kapisillit Settlement Visit | Nuuk

Want to experience Greenlandic culture deep into Nuuk Fjord? Visit the last small settlement near Nuuk that still maintains a more traditional way of life on this full-day trip into the Nuuk Fjord system. This tour takes you 2.5 hours from Greenland’s capital into the Kapisillit arm of the Nuuk Fjord. The entire route is lined with the spectacular mountains and provides no shortage of photo opportunities as you make your way into the remote backcountry via the same method of transportation that local hunters use. Deep into the fjord your experienced will make a right turn at Uummannaq Island, and enter the Kapisillit fjord. Traveling a bit further in, and you will arrive in Kapisillit. Your experienced captain will dock the boat and escort you on land. The settlement of Kapisillit is located approx. 75 kilometers Northeast of Nuuk, and can only be reached by sea or air. Kapisillit is inhabited all-year-round and has a population of fewer than 60 people. Visiting the small settlement is a unique insight into what life is like, far from civilization and the hassle of modern life. This settlement adventure is yours to create. Chat with a local, visit the newly restored church, pay a visit to the only store in town and enjoy the spectacular surroundings of sky-high mountains, untouched arctic tundra and wildlife.  Before returning to Nuuk, we will make a quick stop in the abandoned settlement of Qoornoq. The colorful houses are spread across the mountain landscape, offering unique and beautiful scenery.  In the summer, the settlement is used as a recreational area for hunting and summer cottages. Rug up against the chill arctic air for this full-day adventure and reserve your place by selecting your preferred departure date above.
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Duration:
6hours
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All year
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Private Glacier Cruise | Narsap Sermia Glacier | Nuuk

With this 7-hour private glacier cruise, you will be experiencing the incredible Nuuk Icefjord! This private cruise takes you all the way through the worlds second-largest fjord system, Nuuk Fjord to the spectacular fjord of the Narsap Sermia.  Nuuk Fjord is famous for its incredible size and highlights of Arctic wonders. On this tour, you can experience icebergs, waterfalls, glaciers and wildlife of all sizes.  Your tour starts by the Colonial Harbour, where you will be welcome on board our closed cabin boat. Once you are ready, we will be venturing into the massive fjord. The route of the tour depends on the wind, weather and ice conditions. But it is safe to say, that you will experience the pristine nature-landscapes of Nuuk fjord.  The spectacular scenery of ice is a must to see when visiting Nuuk. The countless icebergs of the fjord originate from the Narsap Sermia Glacier, and it is therefore not always possible to reach the glacier, due to the ice conditions. There is no guarantee that you will see the glacier, but we strive to take you and your co-travellers as close to the glacier, as safety allows.  Arriving in the fjord of icebergs is an adventure unlike any other, you will be cruising among icebergs of all sizes and shapes. The blue and white nuanced chunks of ice, create a picturesque landscape, contrasting the surrounding mountains.  Come aboard and hold on to your hat, for this mesmerising journey to Nuuk Icefjord! Check the booking availability by pressing ''Choose a date'' above.
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Duration:
7hours
Available:
May. - Oct.
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Catch'n'Eat | Qooqqut Nuan| Nuuk

Catch your own dinner and have it prepared by top-quality chefs deep in the Nuuk Fjord on this 6 hour gourmet getaway to Qooqqut. Fishing is the biggest industry in Greenland and a very popular casual activity amongst Greenlanders. So why not do as the locals do and fish for your dinner as you explore the Nuuk Fjord. Our journey will take us past the iconic Sermitsiaq mountain as we head further into the world’s second-largest fjord system.  Along the way, we will stop at our favourite fishing spots to try our hand at catching our dinner. Usually it is pretty easy to catch cod and redfish, so don’t worry - you won’t go hungry! Our captain is also on hand to give assistance, so even if you’ve never fished before, you are still likely to land something. Once we’ve caught our fish, we will continue our relaxed sail and dock in the former settlement of Qooqqut. Now a summer vacation area for locals, this tiny village is home to “Qooqqut Nuan” - a 4-star restaurant and where we will deliver our fishy haul.  Here you can choose to be involved in the process of cleaning, filleting, and cooking the fish. Or leave it in the hands of the professional chefs and head out to explore Qooqqut. The area has a fascinating geology and is rich with Greenlandic herbs such as angelica, arctic thyme and berries. There are also ancient ruins of the Thule Inuit and Norse settlers in the area. Once our food is prepared, we will dine in style at the restaurant with an incredible view of the mountains and the fjord. Then, bellies full, we sail back to Nuuk. Reserve your place on this catch’n’eat adventure in the Nuuk Fjord by selecting your date of travel and clicking on Book now.
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Duration:
6hours
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May. - Sep.
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Duration:
7hours
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2hours
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Kayaking & Arctic Char Fishing | Nuuk | West Greenland

Would you like to experience a local gem, adored by the locals? Come along to the wild and vast Akia, and kayak in the wilderness to a hidden local gem, a river full of arctic char.  Your adventure starts in the colonial harbor, where you and your fellow explorer will be greeted by your captain. From here you venture out on the neighboring seas and travel to Akia, also known as the Northland. Once you get to shore, a 20-minute hike on the arctic tundra waits to be conquered. Enjoy the peacefulness and the spellbinding surroundings, keep an eye out for wildlife playing hide and seek between the mountainsides. After the 20-minute hike, you and your fellow explorer will find some kayaks waiting for you on the shore of a gigantic lake, with perfect conditions for kayaking. The captain will give you instructions on how to kayak and once you have mastered the art, you venture out on the lake! This kayaking tour takes you west to a remote and hidden river, full of arctic char. Slide your paddle slowly through the waters and let the arctic winds slip through your hair, this is an experience that will decorate any explorer!  After an hour of exploring the hidden corners of the lake,  we will arrive at the river,  where you will be fishing for arctic char. The river is a local and hidden gem, due to its rich waters. In the breeding season of the arctic char, it is said that you can shovel the many fish. Enjoy the mesmerizing surroundings, while mastering the art of fishing! After a couple of hours of fishing, we return by kayak to the east of the lake and return to Nuuk by boat.   This adventure is the perfect combination of kayaking, fishing and Greenland’s outstanding nature.  Come along and bring your fellow explorers! Check the booking availability by pressing ‘Choose a date’ above.  

Duration:
8hours
Available:
Jul. - Sep.
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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:
90minutes
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All year
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Duration:
4.5hours
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May. - Sep.
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Stand Up Paddleboarding amongst the Icebergs | Nuuk | West Greenland

Travel the length of the spectacular Nuuk Fjord for a unique experience of stand up paddleboarding (SUP) amongst thousands of icebergs. No previous experience necessary! Our journey begins with us sailing as far as possible up the world’s second-largest fjord system - the Nuuk Fjord. Although we travel in a closed and heated boat, you will want to dress warmly so that you can spend as much time as possible out on deck for the best views of the spectacular, steep mountains that line our route. It will take us about 2-3 hours to reach the Icefjord where thousands of icebergs are cast off from several glaciers to begin their journey to the ocean. Here we will gear up with drysuits, life jackets and communication gear to ensure everyone is warm and safe, and give an introduction to paddleboarding for those who are new to the experience. Once on the boards, we will paddle between the icebergs for around 2 hours, exploring this surreal watery landscape choked with floating ice. The silence of the area is broken only by the sounds of us paddling and the cracking of the ice surrounding us - a welcome respite from the busy lives most of us lead. If you fall off your board - no worries! You’ve just added a “polar plunge” to the experiences you’ve ticked off in Greenland! Your drysuit will keep you warm and dry, and the board is easy to get back onto. The boat crew also stays very close to help you if needed. Reserve your place on this unique stand up paddleboarding experience by selecting your date of travel and clicking on Book Now. Note: there is no age minimum. However, participants must be taller than 125cm due to the sizes of drysuits available. It is not possible to do this excursion without a drysuit.

Duration:
8hours
Available:
May. - Aug.
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Duration:
3hours
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Duration:
4hours
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Jul. - May.
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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. Departure is:  FRIDAY Nuuk – Kapisillit 16.00 Kapisillit – Nuuk 18.30 SUNDAY Nuuk – Kapisillit 12.00 Kapisillit – Nuuk 14.30 Pack your camera and fishing equipment for this out-of-town settlement visit. Check the booking availability by pressing 'Choose a date' above.   

Duration:
4hours
Available:
Jun. - Aug.
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Private Catch'n'Eat | Qooqqut Nuan| Nuuk

A gourmet get-away is what to be explored on this 6-hour private catch 'n' eat tour to the settlement of Qooqqut. This extraordinary dining experience allows you to catch your own dinner and eat your self-caught fish at a four-star restaurant! Qooqqut is Nuuk Fjord's leading destination for extraordinary dining. The restaurant is located in the world's second-largest fjord system, in the oasis of Qooqqut Bay. While eating your self-caught dinner, you will be overlooking the most beautiful surroundings of towering mountain peaks, Arctic tundra and sea.   At the colonial harbour, you will be welcome on board our closed cabin boat. The tour from Nuuk to Qoqqut takes approx. 50 minutes, depending on the tide and weather conditions. En route, you can enjoy the Greenlandic fjord landscapes on deck.  In Qooqqut Bay we will make a stop, by a small waterfall, where we will be fishing for Acadian redfish and trout.  Enjoy the pristine arctic nature while you master the art of long-line fishing.  Once you have gotten a fish or two on the hooks, the captain will dock the boat in the abandoned settlement of Qooqqut. By the restaurant, you can select a dish you would like to try and leave your fish in the hands of the professional chefs of Qooqqut Nuan. While waiting for your dinner, you can take the time to explore the area.  Qooqqut is rich on Greenlandic herbs, granite and Norse-Viking ruins.  Book your extraordinary dining experience now, and reel in your excitement! Check the booking availability by pressing 'Choose a date' above. 

Duration:
6hours
Available:
May. - Sep.
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Duration:
3days
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May. - Sep.
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Best of Nuuk in 4 days | West Greenland

Explore the capital of Greenland (and the smallest capital in the world) Nuuk, that is surrounded by an amazing nature and city life where you meet Greenlanders fascinating mix of the traditional and modern way of life. In many different restaurants, you can have Greenlandic and European inspired food on the menu. From fashion shops, you cannot leave without having anything in your bag. And the northern lights inspired cultural center, Katuaq, where you can drink your caffe latte while you enjoy the artwork from the local and international artists. Nuuk is definitely the capital of modern Greenland and still keeps growing. But the modern Nuuk will also show its past in this package, because you can still see some of the first buildings by the colonial harbour from the 1700s, including a visit to the National Museum of Greenland and the local museum right on the spot! One of its many characteristics are the many opportunities to sail and experience things like seeing abandoned villages, taking pictures of fine icebergs in all shapes and sizes, watching whales and sailing into the second largest fjord system in the world. This is an unforgettable tour, you’ll start to get to know Nuuk with a city sightseeing tour and eventually you can take a walk and explore Nuuk on your own. The second day will be more focused on historical and cultural experiences, as you’ll visit the National Museum of Greenland to see umiaqs(Women’s boats), qajaqs(kayaks), mummies and many more ancient relics and interesting bits of history. After the visit to the museum you are going to sail and of course experience a little bit of the Greenlandic traditional culture yourself by going on a fishing tour followed by a visit to a restaurant with delicious food in the middle of nature, far from everything else. The next day you’ll go to the amazing Nuuk icefjord filled with icebergs from several glaciers. You'll also get the opportunity to go hiking around the popular Quassussuaq mountain.

Duration:
4days
Available:
May. - Sep.
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Best of Nuuk in 5 days | West Greenland

Explore the capital of Greenland (and the smallest capital in the world) Nuuk, that is surrounded by an amazing nature and city life where you meet Greenlanders fascinating mix of a traditional and modern way of life. In many different restaurants, you can have Greenlandic and European inspired food in the menu. From fashion shops, you cannot leave without having anything in your bag. And the northern lights inspired cultural center, Katuaq, where you can drink your caffe latte while you enjoy the artwork from the local and international artists. Nuuk is definitely the capital of modern Greenland and still keeps growing. But the modern Nuuk will also show its past in this package, because you can still see some of the first buildings by the colonial harbour from the 1700s, including a visit to the National Museum of Greenland and the local museum right on the spot! One of its many characteristics are the many opportunities to sail and experience things like seeing abandoned villages, taking pictures of fine icebergs in all shapes and sizes, watching whales and sailing into the second largest fjord system in the world. This is an unforgettable tour, you’ll start to get to know Nuuk with a city sightseeing tour and eventually you can take a walk and explore Nuuk on your own. The second day will be more focused on historical and cultural experiences, as you’ll visit the National Museum of Greenland to see umiaqs(Women’s boats), qajaqs(kayaks), mummies and many more ancient relics and interesting bits of history. After the visit to the museum you are going to sail and of course experience a little bit of the Greenlandic traditional culture yourself by going on a fishing tour followed by a visit to a restaurant with delicious food in the middle of nature, far from everything else. The next day you’ll go to the amazing Nuuk icefjord filled with icebergs from several glaciers. This package also includes the opportunity to go hiking around the popular Quassussuaq mountain.

Duration:
5days
Available:
Jun. - Sep.
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Redfish tour | Nuuk

Go on a fishing tour just near the capital of Greenland and return to Nuuk with your freshly caught fish to make your very own delicious fish'n'dish! Nuuk lies at the tip of the Nuuk Fjord, which is also the world's second largest fjord system. Inside the fjord system there are 3 fjords and one of them leads to 2 glaciers which calve unique and magnificent icebergs both big and small, it is absolutely beautiful the way they decorate the landscape with their fun shapes - as nature itself has sculpted. On this trip you will see a small part of the fjordsystem as you are going to Qooqqut - which is also just the best place to fish redfish, it’s so great that this place is known as the "Redfish Hole". Greenlanders - no matter if they’re young or old - love to fish! And we think you'll enjoy it as well once you try it. Being in nature is a big part of the Greenlandic culture, and it involves sailing out to catch seals, picking berries and fishing, especially Redfish! These catches make up the traditional food that Greenlanders have been eating for hundreds of years. That’s why many of the locals have their own boats and, for example, have hunting as a main occupation or hunt a lot in their free time. Summer is the peak of sailing adventures and the locals gather with their family and friends to enjoy themselves in the wild with their fresh catch in the pot! Grab some snacks and food for this 4-hour open boat trip (2.5 hour sailing and 1.5 hour fishing) and remember to wear warm clothes! Because it can quickly get cold when you're at sea - even if the sun is shining. Check out the availability for the tour by pressing "Choose a date" and book today.

Duration:
4hours
Available:
Jun. - Sep.
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Abandoned Settlement tour to Qoornoq | Nuuk

Hop on board on an adventure and explore an abandoned village in Nuuk's fjord system combined with a stunning nature experience that you’ll never forget! There are hundreds of abandoned settlements throughout the Greenlandic coast, but because they have such good locations, many of the abandoned villages are not completely abandoned - the Greenlanders come there and build their summer houses which they visit during the summer. Many of the Greenlanders highlights in the summer are for sure to be out in nature, often in a place just like this. You’ll have the opportunity to see such a place inside the Nuuk fjord system, the name of it is, Qoornoq. Qoornoq is isolated in the fjord, and because of a glacier deeper in the fjord, you can see small and large icebergs just in front of the village. During the weekends, people of all ages enjoy staying in Qoornoq, with nothing but nature and the silence surrounding them. Bring your own food and make your lunch from the grill in Kang Tourism's house with the view of most of the village and the fjord. You can take a walk through the past and present memories of the abandoned countryside and hear about the exciting history behind, see for example the former fish factory and their charming church with a small museum. You’ll quickly find out why this place is so popular as a destination in the summer. You’ll be welcomed by a skipper and delivered a survival suit so you can keep warm because even if you sail on a hot and sunny summer day, it can get cold in an open boat that’s sailing fast. Prepare lunch, put on some warm clothes and experience the fjord's unique side. Check out the availability by pressing “Choose a date” above and book your tour today.

Duration:
5hours
Available:
Jun. - Sep.
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Fishing for cod | Nuuk | West Greenland

Go on a fishing tour near Greenland's capital, Nuuk, and return with your freshly caught cod,  now there's fresh fish for dinner! The weather determines the agenda for the sailing plan and depending on the weather the captain knows exactly where to sail. You don’t have to have any gear or fishing experience with you, the guide will take care of it! The adventure starts from Iggiaa (Bro O) where you’ll be welcomed and given a survival suit so you can keep warm in the open boat - because even when you’re sailing in the summer it’ll get cold sailing so fast. Where ever you stop to fish, you'll have a breathtaking view and you’ll be impressed by the depths of the sea. When the guide and the captain think they have found the perfect spot they’ll get the fishing gear for you to try your luck. There’s a lot of fish along the Greenlandic coast, so don’t worry, there will definitely be a catch! Greenlanders loves to fish! And they love the fish dried, they love the fish cooked and pretty much any way you can think of . Especially in the summer, many families or friends sail out to enjoy being in the silence of nature and to just go fishing. A big part of Greenlandic culture is to be in the silence and beauty of nature, and you’ll definitely enjoy it as well. It’s possible to go fishing throughout the year, because here in the Nuuk area, the sea doesn’t freeze to ice. On your way back to Nuuk, you’ll just lean back and enjoy the rest of your time in the boat by being part of nature and the most beautiful view! Check availability by pressing "Choose a date" above and book your tour today.

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3hours
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About Nuuk

Nuuk is the capital of Greenland. It’s a small Arctic city of 18,000 people, but a lively and dynamic place with gourmet restaurants, historical and cultural sites, and fantastic nature just outside town.
Explore the vast fiord, which is the second largest on our planet. The landscape is majestic with towering peaks flanking the fjords, glaciers and icebergs.

1. How do I get to Nuuk?

 There are direct flights from Iceland to Nuuk. Both Air Greenland and Air Iceland fly from Iceland, several times a week in the summer, and once or twice in the winter. Take care to confirm the airport of departure, as there is an international and domestic airport in Reykjavik.

There are convenient flights from Copenhagen too, which bring you to Nuuk with a transit at Kangerlussuaq, the hub airport of Greenland. There are up to 10 flights a week from Copenhagen in the summer, and 4 in the winter. From Kangerlussuaq, there are always fast connections to Nuuk, but it’s also nice to spend a day or too at Kangerlussuaq on the way.

There are also package tours that bring you to Nuuk, which include the highlights of the area. Some of them also travel along the west coast to visit Ilulissat or South Greenland.  

2. Are there icebergs and glaciers in Nuuk?

Yes, there are active glaciers at the bottom of Nuuk Fjord, and many icebergs as you sail into the fjord.

3. What are recommended things to do in Nuuk?

The vast Nuuk Fjord offers fantastic nature experiences, whether it is a boat trip to see waterfalls, whales, icebergs and glaciers, or activities such as hiking, fishing or bird watching.

There are many cultural experiences, from the well preserved Qilakitsoq mummies at the National Museum, to historical places and stories of the first missionary in Greenland, or boat trips to Norse ruins and abandoned settlements.

4. How do I get to Nuuk Ice Fjord?

The Ice Fjord of Nuuk is at the very bottom of the huge fjord system, and there are boat tours to go there. The settlement Kapisillit is close to the Ice Fjord, and it’s a nice short hike from the settlement.