Season Jun – Oct
Duration 7 hours
Activity Boating, jigfishing, walking, folklore
Difficulty Level 3
Group size 6-12 per

1500 DKK / Adult
450 DKK / Child (0-11 year)

Day Time
Wednesday 10 AM

Mosquito nets
Mosquito repellent
Warm and practical clothes
Possibly walking poles

Jig equipment

Sarfannguit & Boat Cruise

The settlements of Greenland are a large part of its identity. The villagers primarily live off of the resources of nature. This is where past and present meet, with modern necessities, schools, shops etc.

Sarfannguit is located on the hiking route between Sisimiut and Kangerlussuaq. The village of Sarfannguit participates in pilot projects for the research of sustainable technology. At the same time, Sarfannguit is located in the upcoming UNESCO World Heritage Site, which will bring new tourism opportunities to the settlement.

Discover the village on a guided tour, where you will get the chance to see how the everyday life of the village is, ask a local questions and be invited to a cup of coffee.

Sailing into the fjord offers a spectacular view of the unique landscape, and may also give the chance to see some of the amazing creatures of the sea. We’ll stop near some of the locals most common fishing places, where a catch is almost guaranteed.

The villages of Greenland don’t have roads, and Sarfannguit is not an exception. The Village is located on a steep slope, so be prepared for an arduous walk.