Catch a fish and eat it in the beautiful fiord
Duration: 6 Hours
Number of participants: Minimum 2 people – Maximum 12 people per boat
Season: June – September
Price: DKK 1.395,- incl. dinner
(Same price for children, 0-11 years old)
Boat type: Targa, 31 – 35 or 37
Qooqqut Nuan Catch’n’eat also known as Fish’n’Dish
About 50 km from Nuuk you can find beautiful Qooqqut.
A one hour boat trip takes you to the small fiord of Qooqqut which lies protected by high mountains. Here you find the restaurant Qooqqut nuan in the most beautiful settings. Before going ashore we spend some time catching fish (approx. 20 min.) to be cooked for dinner. Dinner is included in the price.
Qooqqut used to be a sheep breeding station and the old buildings has now been restored and turned into a high quality restaurant.
Scattered around the restaurant is a number of huts which are available to guests. There are great possibilities for hiking in the valley or in the surrounding mountains. The nearby river has good Arctic Char fishing and in the fiord there is an abundance of cod and redfish.
Down below, there is a video about the Qooqqut Catch’n Eat, from a member crew Qooqqut Nuan.
Here is a map of the fiord: Nuuk Fiord
Here is a vlog about the tour: by The Kakatoom’s Youtuber
When you go out on an adventure, it is strongly recommended to bring both a camera and binoculars. It is also advisable to bring warm clothes. On this boat there is a heated cabin, but prepare and bring clothes that keep you warm, when you want to sit outside on the front deck.
You are allowed to bring your own food.
- Warm footwear
- Warms socks
- Sun lotion
- Sun glasses
- English/Danish speaking guide
- Tea and coffee will be served onboard
- Covered heated boat/restroom onboard
- Toilet on board
- Departure is from the “Nuuk Water Taxi” by the Colonial harbour
- Please arrive 10 minutes prior to departure
- The distance from the bay of Qooqqut to the restaurant is approx. 400 meters of walking. *If you have walking difficulties, it will be possible to get a tranfer with an ATV.
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