CAMP ICE CAP
KANGERLUSSUAQ, DESTINATION ARCTIC CIRCLE
What better way to experience raw Greenland nature than tenting in Kangerlussuaq backcountry on ice? Camp Ice Cap is a unique experience where you will wake up to the view of the Greenland Ice Sheet, with nobody else around you except for your companions.
Go for a hike with crampons on ice the following day with the guidance of an experienced tour guide.
ON THE PASSENGER FERRY SARFAQ ITTUK
QAQORTOQ, SOUTH GREENLAND TO ILULISSAT, NORTH GREENLAND
For those with strong sea legs and a thirst to travel ‘the original way’, you’ll probably be drawn to Sarfaq Ittuk.
The sturdy coastal ferry of Greenland is a primary mode of transportation in between the communities of southerly Qaqortoq to northerly Ilulissat.
If you feel like socialising with other passengers, choose the open sleeping berth, called a couchette, or for more comfort and privacy in between whale- and ice-watching time, select the private cabin option.
THE COTTAGE LIFESTYLE OF INUK HOSTELS
NUUK, CAPITAL REGION
Inuk Hostels is still one of Nuuk’s best-kept secrets (you can’t find much information about it on TripAdvisor)! Although the city center is only a 10 minute bus ride away, you will feel like you’ve stumbled into an untouched piece of paradise set upon raw cliffs and stunning fjord views.
The cottages themselves are inspired by traditional Greenlandic turf huts, just with homely touches of sheep furs and seal skins.