Day 1: Northern Lights Snowhoeing tour along the Icefjord
At the old heliport we will put on snowshoes and a headlight before starting our northern lights. We will hike to Holms Bakke by the Icefjord where the people of Ilulissat welcome the sun every year on the 13th of January after a long dark winter. On our trip we hopefully be so lucky to see the spectacular northern lights dancing in the sky. We will enjoy the view of the beautiful winter landscape and the massive icebergs in the UNESCO Icefjord before we return back to Ilulissat. You will spend the night in Ilulissat.
Day 2: Dog sledding excursion to the Icefjord
Around 4000 years ago, the first settlers reached Greenland by dog sledges and today around 4600 people live in Ilulissat and around 3500 Greenland Dogs. Dogsleds are still a very important means of transportation. Our musher will equip you with warm clothes adopted to the Arctic winter temperatures and give you instructions on dogsledding. We start our adventure in Ilulissat and head in the direction of the Icefjord. This excursion is a great opportunity to experience Greenland in a very authentic way. We will ride up a hill in the direction of Sikuiuitsoq fjord, and enjoy the indefinite snowy and icy scenery. If the weather and ice conditions are good, we will try to reach the impressive Sermeq Avannerleq glacier, also called the “Dead Glacier”. You will spend the night in Ilulissat.
Day 3: Day at leisure in Ilulissat
You will have today at leisure. Depending on the weather conditions you could go sailing around the impressive icebergs, take a sightseeing flight over the Icefjord or meet some locals for a traditional Kaffe-mik. We will assist with the bookings. You could also use the day to relax and walk around town. You will spend the night in Ilulissat.
Day 4: End of trip
Today you could fly back or combine this trip with a guided tour or another individual trip.