Discover with us the South of Greenland, the largest island in the world located in the unexplored Arctic and blessed with a beauty as wild as it is extraordinary.
On this journey, you will intensely experience the two faces of this region: on one hand, its powerful nature and, on the other, its populations and customs. In a few days you will be able to get to know first-hand, in addition to the Inuit lifestyle and some beautiful valleys, the most impressive glaciers and their waters dotted with icebergs of all colours, sizes and textures.
We recommend entering Greenland through Narsarsuaq and doing one of the most famous trekkings in the south -the Valley of a Thousand Flowers. Later, you will arrive at the picturesque capital of Qaqortoq, where the colorful houses will surely catch your eye. You will continue to Narsaq, a typical Inuit village, where you will be surprised by the huge icebergs from the Eqaloruutsit glacier floating in the Sermilik fjord.
An activity that you cannot miss is sailing to the Qaleraliq glacier camp, in the foothills of the Inlandis or Greenland Polar Cap, and live one of the most unusual experiences of the trip.
Two spectacular excursions also await you. The first will take you by zodiac to the Qooroq Fjord, where you will find what is probably the most spectacular glacier in southern Greenland. The second excursion will be done by jeep from Narsarsuaq to Qassiarsuk, a small farming village in the shape of a horseshoe.
Do not leave this destination without flying over the glaciers and fjords of southern Greenland by helicopter, 40 minutes of exciting experience discovering breathtaking landscapes.
In short, a new world awaits you where roads are the exception and where nature is practically unaltered and is, without a doubt, the true protagonist of this great adventure.