Duration: 7 Hours
Number of participants: Minimum 2 people – Maximum 12 people per boat
Season: April – October
Price: DKK 1.900,- per person incl. Lunch – DKK 950,- Child (0-11 years old)
Boat type: Targa, 31 – 35 or 37
We sail through the Qoornoq passage towards Kangersuneq/Icefiord which is reached after approx. 2½ hours. The Icefiord is filled with blue and white icebergs from the two glaciers at the bottom of the fiord. The boat goes as close to the glacier-front as possible and lunch is enjoyed overlooking the glacier.
After lunch the boat passes a huge bird cliff on the way to Qoornoq, where it will be possible to go ashore. Qoornoq is a settlement which is no longer permanently inhabited, but the old and well-kept houses are used for summer dwelling from residents of Nuuk. Be sure to visit the newly restored church. After approx. 20-minute stay in Qoornoq the trip goes back to Nuuk.
Here is a map of the fiord: Nuuk Fiord
What to bring:
Remember warm clothes, hat and gloves, it is cold at the sea. Bring some snacks and soft drinks for the tour.
- English/Danish speaking guide
- Tea and coffee will be served onboard
- Lunch/Sandwich with Greenlandic specialties
- Covered heated boat/restroom onboard
- Departure is from the “Nuuk Water Taxi” by the Colonial harbour
- Please arrive 10 minutes prior to departure
- Transfer is not included
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