South Greenland 3 days
Experience amazing South Greenland on a 3-day getaway from Iceland. South Greenland is famous for its Norse history and blue icebergs, and you can easily reach both from the airport in Narsarsuaq. Explore the historic site of Brattahlid, the place where the Viking Eric the Red settled, and discover why he named it Greenland! On the last day, we take you on an unforgettable boat ride into the Qooroq Ice Fjord, where 200,000 tons of ice calves from the glacier front every day.
Arrivals/Departures in 2017
From Tuesday to Thursday
From Thursday to Saturday
See flight schedule
Please note! This tour is no longer available from Iceland during summer 2017 because Air Iceland has decided on short notice to cancel its Thursday flights from Iceland to Narsarsuaq!
Accommodation at hotel with private or shared facilities.
Dinner and lunch packets can be ordered at the hotel.
No special requirements on this trip.
Arrival in Narsarsuaq. Info at our office at the Blue Ice Café. In the afternoon you can take a little hike to the Signal Hill viewpoint (about 1 hour). From the top you can admire an impressive view of the glacier.
Accommodation Narsarsuaq for 2 nights.
Day trip to Qassiarsuk. The village of Qassiarsuk is situated across the fjord approx. 15 minutes by boat from Narsarsuaq. Today sheep farmers cultivate exactly the same land that the Viking Eric the Red chose for his settlement more than 1,000 years ago. Take a stroll through the village, which beautifully combines ancient history and modern living, and visit the Brattahlid open-air museum (entrance fee is not included), which consists of the replicas of Tjodhilde’s Church and a Norse longhouse. You can also take an enjoyable hike from Qassiarsuk towards Sermilik Fjord on the other side of the peninsula. Halfway there you can enjoy an amazing view over both fjords; Sermilik is usually filled with ice floes. If you follow the gravel road all the way to the end, you will reach the Tasiusaq sheep farm (16 km return).
Check out of the room.
Boat trip to the Qooroq Ice Fjord. A boat trip among icebergs of all colours, sizes and shapes. When the glacier is in view, the boat engine is stopped, so you can enjoy the absolute silence and a drink chilled with glacier ice – more than 1,000 years old! You can spend the rest of your stay enjoying a cup of coffee at the cosy Blue Ice Café and/or visiting the museum in Narsarsuaq.
Departure to Reykjavik or Copenhagen (check-in one hour before your flight).
Double room: EUR 345 / DKK 2,500 per person
Single room: EUR 497 / DKK 3,600 per person
Double room: EUR 255 / DKK 1,850 per person
Single room: EUR 331 / DKK 2,400 per person
25% discount for children 2-11 years
- 2 nights in Narsarsuaq incl. breakfast
- Car transfer to/from airport – harbour – hotel
- Boat transfer Narsarsuaq – Qassiarsuk (return)
- Boat trip to the Qooroq Ice Fjord
Note! Flights are not included
Arrival in Narsarsuaq
Day trip to Qassiarsuk
Boat trip to Qooroq Ice Fjord.