This is an expedition in the true sense of
the word. We will travel and explore different areas around
Upernavik, eating newly caught fish and clams directly from
the beach. We will be kayaking into the icefjord and zigzag
between the icebergs. Maybe we will even see and meet a
whale or two. For this year we plan to do a little bit more
hiking on one of the expeditions than we done previously.
us on the expedition is our local kayaking guide and
instructor Sören Nikolaj Sörensen. Nikolaj was born in
Odense, Denmark 1977 and have studied biology for many
years. Shortly after finishing his degree he moved to
Ilulissat and started working in its Hospital. Four months
later he was employed as a bio-analytic by the department of
Health in Upernavik. 2022 Nikolaj will have been living here
for 17 years and has contacts in all the area. Nikolaj is
a trained kayaking instructor and has, since 2008, been
guiding kayaking-tourists and dog-sledge enthusiasts
throughout the Upernavik area.
Here are some more pictures.
NB! Please be aware that this trip
requires you to be at least a moderate kayaker and
experienced to handling sea-kayaks!
Number of participants: Min 6 max 8 (12 with
To book the tour or to contact us for any
queries, just send us an email at
firstname.lastname@example.org or give us a call at
NB! All prices are valid now but can be changed.
Already booked tours do not normally ever change (see
is an wildlife expedition trip so the itinerary is only
preliminary. Weather and ice conditions and not to be
forgotten; the participants curiosity can change the route.
Flexibility is the key to make a successful expedition!
You can extend you time in Greenland after
the expedition. Contact us for more information.
Flight from Copenhagen at 10:00 to Upernavik via Kangerlussuaq
Day 2 - 10:
will start in Upernavik travelling towards the village Aapilattoq
that are situated beautiful at the icefjord. We then cross
the icefjord and explore that area. We will visit small
settlements before returning back to Upernavik. We might get
to Kingigtorssuaq where the
northernmost rune stone was found, proving the Vikings went
this far north.
kayaking will be adapted, as usual, according to wind and
weather and you will, of course, be involved in the planning
of the expedition.
Here you see one example of a route we might do. (Click to
The last night is spent in a house in
Back in Upernavik. Spare day.
Flight to Ilulissat were we spend our last night in
Flight to Copenhagen via Kangerlussuaq - landing at Copenhagen
in the evening.
Terms & conditions
Read the T&C here