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Experience the long summer days, evening spa baths under the midnight sun and taste the Greenlandic specialties.

Embark on an adventure on the many hiking trails just outside the hotel, and if it’s snowing, grab your toboggan or cross-country skis.

Take boat trips to both Camp Cod and a “ghost village” and build a campfire and eat your freshly caught fish. Cross the old suspension bridge, drive up into the mountains on a UTV and get up close to the Greenlandic sled dogs.

Welcome to a great vacation!

Hotel Sisimiut.

Travel time: Spring – Summer

The journey includes:

  • Fly Nuuk Sisimiut (Round trip)
  • All taxes and fees
  • Transfer
  • 6 nights in a family room at Hotel Sisimiut
  • Breakfast
  • Sunday BRUNCH (for weekends)
  • Full board (breakfast, lunch and dinner)
  • Wifi throughout the hotel
  • Hotel Sisimiut Info kit
  • Access to Arctic Spa and Hydro Therapy
  • Ceramics Cafe – paint your memories
  • Access to all hotel activities, including cross-country skiing, sledding, mountain biking and more.
  • I experience:
    • Sled dog visits to Qimmeqarfik
    • Camp Cod
    • Mountain Safari summer
    • Mini cruise to Assaqutaq with the Suspension Bridge

In the meeting with you, we tailor the journey. Contact us and we’ll help you create the trip of your dreams.

Accommodation at Hotel Sisimiut.

Staying at Hotel Sisimiut offers views of mountains and hiking trails. The hotel has its own restaurant and with full board, all you have to do is relax. (We recommend their Greenlandic buffet, with all kinds of Greenlandic specialties). Outside on the terrace you can sit in the hot tub with a view of the sky, followed by a sauna.

Visit the Greenlandic sled dog.

At Qimmerqarfik, you’ll get up close to the Greenlandic sled dogs and learn about their history, traditions and life with them. The pure genetic terms of dogs have remained largely unchanged over the last thousand years, and you can feel like you’re meeting the wolf in them when you get close to them.

If you see sled dogs, it is not appropriate to go up to them and pet them, as they are raised differently than pets. At Qimmerqarfik, it is therefore a unique opportunity to get close to the Greenlandic sled dogs. If puppies have arrived in the litter, it may even be possible to hold a little puppy in your arms.

Boat trip to Camp Cod, campfire and freshly caught fish.

From the hotel you drive to Parasuk Bay, where a boat trip awaits, and from the boat you fish your own lunch. The boat ride takes you along cliff walls and nature seems to unfold up close.

When we land, we walk in a terrain of rocks, moss, water outlets and mountains on either side of us. It’s so beautiful here!
At Camp Cod you’ll set up camp, grill the freshly caught fish over a campfire and have time to explore the surrounding area. On the way back home, you have a full view from the waterside of the many colorful houses perched against the mountain Nasaasaq.

A guide is with you every step of the way to tell you about the places you see and arrive at.

On UTV in the mountainous landscape of Sisimiut.

On gravel roads, you’ll drive on UTVs (Utility Terrain Vehicles). It’s both fun and relaxing to drive under the sky and look around Sisimiut’s hinterland.

You drive through the sled dog village, cross the local river with its crystal clear drinking water, where we stop to taste the water. We continue along paths that border the mountainous landscape of Sisimiut.

You’ll be accompanied by a guide who knows the area and you’ll hear about the many cultural treasures and stories hidden in Sisimiut’s mountain landscapes. Especially hearing about the lifestyle of the former Inuit.

Boat trip to the “ghost village” of Assaqtuaq.

On board the boat Sirius, you will sail to Assaqtuaq, which is not far from Sisimiut.

In the 1960s and 1970s, several small settlements in Greenland were abandoned as people moved to the larger cities for work. Assaqtuaq is one of these settlements, and historically, it can be seen as the link between the old Inuit culture and modern Greenlandic society.

On the tour you’ll cross a suspension bridge, and once on the island you’ll be guided through the old buildings, from the old fish factory to the small church.
A large number of humpback whales have been spotted in the coastal area in recent years. They come here to eat capelin, so it’s a good idea to keep an eye out for them on the water.

A guide is with you every step of the way and can tell you about the different parts of the tour.

The trip can be customized according to your personal wishes. Contact us for a travel quote.
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