Stay in a small settlement in Greenland
Greenland is the world’s largest island; however Greenland only has 55,000 inhabitants spread over this big and beautiful island. Many prefer to live in smaller settlements with 30 – 200 inhabitants, set in beautiful surroundings close to the sea. Some settlements lie on cliffs in the sea while others are on the coastline where the locals can both fish and hunt.
Tourists can experience everyday life in a settlement
You can stay overnight in a settlement or go on a 6-day tour to the beautiful settlement of Saqqaq. We will stay at “Hannibal’s House”, a large red building situated on the coast with breathtaking views of gigantic icebergs, Disco Island and the fjord.
A stay in a Greenlandic settlement is perhaps one of the most authentic travel experiences you can have in your life time. If you are ready to gear down for a while, forget time and just enjoy life in Greenland - this is a once in a lifetime experience.