The Greenlandic settlements are sometimes referred to as the backbone of the greenlandic nation. They have a story to tell. A story of the colonial time but also a story of the first cultures to inhabit Greenland.
A short ride takes us to the abandoned settlement of Kangeq. This is a trip through history. The settlement was abandoned in the 60s by order from the capital and now stands as it was left.
This is also the area where Hans Egede lived and worked some of the years he lived in Greenland.
The tour takes appx. 40 minutes from Nuuk, before you set foot in this abandoned place. You will then have appx. 75 minutes in land with your guide, before we head back to Nuuk.
This area was also the place to be for the old inuit cultures, as they used to meet from south and north and exhange gifts, do business and arrange marriages.
- Duration: 3 hours
- Difficulty: Easy
- Price: DKK 750,- per person
- Period: 1 April – 31 September
Price includes: 3 hours sailing with guidance along the way
When you are going out on an adventure, it is highly recommended to bring both camera and binoculars. It is also advisable to bring warm clothes. On this boat there is no cabin, so prepare and bring clothes that keep you warm. A neck warmer and glowes is always good.
You are allowed to bring your own food, but it is also possible to order sandwiches or lunch plate, later in the booking process.
- Warm footwear
- Warms socks
- Waterproof camera bag
- Summer season extras
- Sun lotion
- Sun glasses
- Open boat
- 6 passengers
- Survival suits
- Life jackets