Erfalik Lodge, Greenland’s most remote flyfishing haven, sits amidst vast tundra, pristine rivers, glaciers, and majestic mountains. Its heart is the panoramic living area with a wood stove, perfect for unwinding, storytelling, and a full digital detox, given its lack of Wi-Fi. The main room houses a dining space, offering delicious meals primarily from local ingredients. Given the lodge’s remote location, vegetables are scarce but fresh seafood is abundant. Guests can stay in 3 bed and 2-bed (bunk) configurations, and a nearby green cottage offers rooms including for families. Each room has a pakto toilet. The soul of the lodge can be found in the small library, rich with books about the Arctic’s history, culture, and explorers.