South Greenland (Narsarsuaq airport) consists of a maze of huge fjords, islands and peninsulas that connects the Ice Cap of Greenland to the sea, leading to a surprising variety of terrain in just 200 miles of coastline. Essential places like the Big Walls of the Tasermiut Fjord, the Uunartoq Island hot springs or the Qaleraliq glacier fronts, combined with small populations and the remains of the Viking presence in Greenland, make the South the benchmark for hiking in Greenland during the summer.
Furthermore, the presence of much ice floe from both North sea ice and glacier tongues assumes that, for many, it is the best area in the world for kayaking among icebergs: summer temperatures are milder and, the most important, the routes are protected from the open sea.
Not having a link road between the towns, each Inuit family has their small boat to move from one place to another and this is also the way to get to know South Greenland: several-day circuits with an hour journeys by boat to reach fixed camps that are used as a logistical base for the hiking trips in completely isolated areas.
The sky offers the gift of the aurores from mid August. The rest, making available for you a great range of activities, it's our task
Tasermiut Big Walls, Uunartoq hot springs, glacier hike with crampons, kayaking among icebergs, towns...
Sleep in a camp located right next to a glacier, hiking on ice, kayaking amid icebergs, towns, Viking traces... All!
A 160 km (100 mi) expedition in absolute freedom amid icebergs and glaciers. Hiking on the Polar Ice Cap.
A journey by kayak and on foot around the same place where Erik the Red arrived to Greenland!
Kayak and hike exploration at scenical Tasermiut Fjord, home to some of the best Big Walls in the world of climbing.
Trip more geared towards adventure in southern Greenland, then flight to Nuuk, the capital of Greenland. Nights in hotel.
Activities like hiking or kayaking, not to say excursion with crampons or helicopter flight, but resting in the most cozy hotels
4 day getaway from Iceland to South Greenland: hiking, navigation among icebergs, kayaking... Nights in hostel
3 day getaways from Iceland or Copenhagen: hiking, navigation among icebergs, kayaking... Nights in Hotel
Hotel nights in different towns and a overnight in a magic place, the Qaleraliq glacier camp.
A kayaking expedition in absolute dominion amongst icebergs and glacier fronts. Hike on the Polar Ice Cap.
An active journey through the different faces of South Greenland during the summer: ice, icebergs and fjords.
Take part in a real expedition sailing small kayaks among icebergs. Previous experience in kayaking is not necessary.
Two-day stay in Nuuk city before flight to Narsarsuaq for a more adventure oriented trip in South Greenland.
9 days of adventure in South Greenland, then flight to Nuuk, the capital, and cruise among icebergs to Ilulissat at Disko Bay
Hotel-type trip with a night at the Qaleraliq Glacier Camp. Ice hike, huge icebergs.
Environmental sustainability. We believe in a responsible tourism with unspoilt nature of Greenland, so all our trips are planned to have the least possible impact on the environment.
Safety. All our guides are expert about Greenland and know when either it is or it is not convinient to carry out an activity. Our safety records are unmatchable.
Local population. Our Inuit Climate Change Patrol ensures the maintanance of Inuit traditions by involving local people in utilization of a sustainable tourism.
To collaborate in the deepest knowledge of the most unfamiliar places on the planet and do so without affecting ecosystems. This is the philosophy that marks the Inuit Windsled Project, the only totally ecological vehicle designed for research in Polar lands.
Based on the ancient knowledge of the Inuit peoples, the Windsled developers have managed to create a means of transportation that combines tradition with modern means through kites that harness aeolian energy.
Inuit Climate Change Patrol;
In Thule today sled dogs are still used and the inhabitants go in search of their livelihood in cloth-lined kayaks, but we are witnessing the last generation of true Inuit hunters. Most of these people are between 45 and 60 years old and the next generation aren’t continuing in these traditions… Are we witnessing the last dynasty of the Kings of Thule?
This fear is the germ of the Inuit Climate Change Patrol, current project led by Ramon Larramendi (founder of Greenland.net)