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The green bars indicate which months the area welcomes most visitors on an annual basis.
But make no mistake; we have lots of space for you, your family, your friends...and maybe even your pet!
How to get there
Via the international airport in Kangerlussuaq you first fly to Narsarsuaq and thereafter continue on to Qaqortoq by helicopter (Air Greenland). During the summertime you have the option to reach Qaqortoq via a direct international flight to the international airport in Narsarsuaq, where both Air Greenland and Air Iceland operate. You also have the option to sail on Arctic Umiaq Line's passenger ship. The towns in South Greenland lie close to each other and there is a good helicopter service network, as well as regular boat and ship connections (contact the local tourist office for more details), which can, however, be subject to minor disruptions from fjord ice during the winter and drifting field ice during the summer.
How to get around
The area is ideal for walking and the sea - both long and short hikes and boat trips. You can go on fishing trips and excursions by boat. Blue Ice Explorer is also sailing passenger boats during summer season. In winter, cars are supplemented with skis and snowmobiles. Transportation between towns and settlements in South Greenland is made by ship or Air Greenland's helicopters.
Where to sleep
You can stay overnight at a hotel, hostel or privately. In South Greenland you can choose to stay with a family on a sheep farm. One possibility is to put up a tent in the mountains, where the countryside and view pleases you most.