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Spring is on its way and in Ilulissat, the majestic icebergs form a backdrop so impressive it defies imagination – for here is the breathtaking beauty of the Ilulissat Icefjord – a *UNESCO World Heritage Site.

Staying at the historic Hotel Hvide Falk, you’ll enjoy views and close proximity to Ilulissat’s backcountry adventures.

A boat trip in Disko Bay brings me up close to the artwork of the ice that towers against the sky, revealing shades of the deepest blue.

Travel period: April – May.

Price per person. FRA:

  • Shared double room FROM DKK 9.995.-
  • Single room FROM DKK 10.595.-

(Contact us for price from Copenhagen)

The journey includes:

Friday: Arrival, check in bayview room and 3 course welcome dinner in the restaurant
Saturday: Icefjord sailing
Sunday: Hike along the Isfjord
(Option to purchase the Sermermiut hike)
Monday: Check out & departure

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

Accommodation – in a historic hotel.

Your stay at Hotel Hvide Falk is in a shared double room with a view of the city. The hotel has been – and still is today – a link between the local community in Ilulissat and visitors from all over the world.

Icefjord sailing.

Ilulissat Icefjord is known for its colossal icebergs, which originate from the Sermeq Kujalleq glacier. Icebergs can be enormous, some reaching heights equivalent to multi-storey buildings. They flow majestically through the fjord. On a boat trip through Disko Bay, you’ll get up close to these giant ice formations, see their incredible shapes and experience the deep blue color often found in the depths of the ice.

Every day, millions of tons of ice flow through the Icefjord and develop into the huge icebergs you pass by. Along the way, you’ll be treated to a “drink” consisting of Greenlandic berries and glacier ice.

You’ll sail for about 2 1/2 hours. Along the way, a guide will tell you about the ice sheet and its wildlife. We recommend wearing warm clothes as it is cold on the Icefjord all year round.


Here you can hike to Sermermiut, which is located near Ilulissat. The Sermermiut Valley is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and has been home to various Inuit cultures over the past 4,000 years. During the tour you will be able to explore the remains of the old settlements and gain an insight into how the early inhabitants lived. Of course, the hike offers magnificent views of the Ilulissat Icefjord.

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

Note / the fine print:

Please note that all our trips are subject to change, typing errors – and that changes in prices, taxes and fees may occur.