Discover Greenland

From £2999 pp


7 Nights / 8 Days

Join a group of max 6

Discover Greenland

From £2999 pp

What You'll Do

On this tour you'll get to enjoy one of the world's last untouched frontiers. You'll head out for day hikes, boat trips, foraging excursions, glacier hikes and enjoy wildlife scouting. This trip has something for everyone and is a great way to see the amazing landscapes and wildlife Greenland has to offer.

This trip takes place in Summer 2022, from Saturday to Saturday on the following dates:

18th June- 25th June
2nd July – 9th July
16th July – 23rd July
6th August – 13th August
20th August – 27th August
10th September – 17th September

On this once in a lifetime adventure you will be based at Isortoq Reindeer Station and from there you will head out for day hikes, boat trips, foraging excursions, glacier hikes and scout for wildlife. You’ll even get to spend one night camping in an old Inuit summer ground, forage for your dinner and enjoy an evening surrounded by icebergs and arctic hills. 

Your trip will start by sailing through the incredible fjord systems and  throughout the week you will experience stunning views of the landscape and wildlife in the company of your Greenland hosts who live and work at the reindeer station.

There’ll also be time to relax and experience life at Greenland’s only reindeer station. You’ll sample the fish we catch and smoke ourselves, taste Daniel’s famous reindeer burgers and over dinner, hear stories from over 30 years of living in the wild.




Experience life at Greenland’s only reindeer station

Hike through the untouched arctic wilderness

See arctic wildlife including reindeer, musk ox, hare, eagles

Taste the arctic with homemade, local food

Your Local Host:

Ginny and Stefan

Ginny is a qualified Wilderness First Responder and Jökla 2 glacier guide. She has skied across the Greenland ice cap, led dog sledding teams in Norway, hiked all over the world and most importantly, makes really good cake. Stefan founded Isortoq Reindeer station in 1990 and has spent the last 30 years carving out a life in the wilderness. He h Read More

Experience Itinerary


Fly from Reykjavik into Narsarsuaq airport, where you’ll be met by your host.

You’ll then set sail together to  Isortoq reindeer station, passing through incredible fjords and seeing icebergs up close. The reindeer station is a working farm and is around 1,500 square kilometres, consisting of islands, arctic valleys, hills and tundra. Once you have arrived, you’ll settle into the station, have a tour of the farm and have dinner together. 

The food is some of the freshest, most delicious that you will find anywhere in the world. Meals will include reindeer, freshly caught fish, and delicious home baked cakes. We catch, smoke and prepare all our own fish. 

Accommodation is either in the building next to the station, or in the main station itself. One night will be spent camping in an old Inuit summer camp on the coast, and the final night will be in a hotel in Narsarsuaq.


Sailing to a Fjord and Artic Hiking

After a locally sourced breakfast, you’ll sail to a nearby fjord, and then hike back to the station through the arctic hills and valleys, passing lakes, heading up on ridge lines with views of the surrounding landscape. You’ll have a packed picnic lunch.

Coming down to the sea shore, you’ll head upstream from the river mouth before returning to the station. 

Ox Grazing and Hiking

After breakfast at the station, you’ll sail to a musk ox grazing area and hopefully spot some families. Then, you will hike up into the hills and along the shoreline with incredible views of the Greenland icecap. On your way, look out for berries and herbs to add to dinner! Then, you’ll hike down to an old Inuit summer camp on the coast, where you will spend the night in a tent camp. 

Tent camps will be set up next to the sea so that supplies can be brought in by sea, so there’s no need to hike with any camping gear. It also means an opportunity for a refreshing sea dip in the morning- if you’re brave enough!



Glacier Hike and Ice Fishing

You’ll have breakfast in camp, with stunning views of the fjord, and then sail to the face of the glacier. Once the boat has landed, you will be able to hike and explore the ice. After you’ve had your fill of the ice you will sail back to the station. On the way you’ll be able to try sea fishing, and see if you can catch your dinner! Definitely something you’ll be able to tick off your bucket list. 


Free day at the station

This is your day to relax; you’ll spend the day at the station, where you can learn about reindeer farming, forage for arctic tea, learn knife carving, make an antler ornament, take a dip in the sea, row across a lake, or simply relax and read a book. 

A delicious afternoon tea will be provided at the station with freshly baked cakes.

Adventure to an Uninhabited Village

After breakfast, you’ll sail to a beautiful uninhabited village on an island where over 200 reindeer roam. You’ll hike across the island looking out for reindeer, wild sheep and arctic hares, and hopefully catch sight of all three. You’ll follow picturesque rivers and ridges down to the reindeer corral where there’s a lake that’s perfect for an afternoon dip!  Afterwards you will set sail back to the station. 

Eagle nesting ground and Narsarsuaq

After your last breakfast at the station, you’ll head by boat to an eagle nesting ground, where if you’re lucky you can see young sea eagle chicks – a once in a lifetime experience! In the afternoon you head back to the quaint town of Narsarsuaq and stay in a hotel overnight. You’ll have a delicious dinner together at the hotel.


After an amazing week, full of bucket list activities and stunning wildlife adventures, you will have a farewell breakfast at the hotel and head to the airport for everyone to catch their flights.

Location Information

The tour starts and ends at the airport in Narsarsuaq.

There are regular flights during the summer months into Narsarsuak via Reykjavik, with Iceland Air,  or via Copenhagen with Air Greenland

Narsarsuaq is where the Norse Vikings settled in Greenland, many centuries ago. More recently, it has been the site of an American military base. You will be based at Isortoq Reindeer Station, which was founded in 1990 and is a working farm. The farm is around 1,500 square kilometres, consisting of islands, arctic valleys, hills and tundra, which you’ll be able to explore by boat and foot. 

For one night you will stay in a camp, on Sermilik fjord. It’s an old Inuit summer camp, which has a spring nearby and soft heather ground, a perfect camp spot. You’ll stay in tents, experience stunning views and cook over camp stoves.

You will also visit Sermilik Glacier, which is one of the outlet glaciers from the Greenland Ice cap. You’ll sail past the

  • Accommodation throughout your stay (in a private room)
  • All food except lunch on your arrival and departure day
  • All transport during the trip
  • Your local hosts for all the activities
  • All glacier hiking equipment (except hiking boots)


No equipment is needed except for hiking boots and warm clothing. A sleeping bag is recommended for your night camping, however these can be hired free of charge upon request.

An idea of the typical meals you will experience are:

Breakfast: Porridge, cheese, freshly baked bread, jams (including homemade rhubarb jam!), smoked arctic char and cold meats.

Lunch: Most lunches are a packed lunch that consists of cold meats, fresh bread, cheeses, fruit and snacks.

Dinner: Usually either reindeer or fish, with rice or potatoes and usually accompanied by salad gathered from nearby and followed by cake. Some of our favourite meals include Daniel’s reindeer burgers, Stefan’s fried fish, and Ginny’s reindeer pie.

Although most of the meals are heavily meat and fish dependent, we will try to meet any dietary requirements.

Although wine is sometimes served with dinner, if you’d like specific drinks then these will need to be purchased in Narsarsuaq before heading to the reindeer farm.

Absolutely! There are no single supplements for solo travellers.

You'll have one overnight wild camping, so no bathrooms or electricity for a night on the beach.