Another day with many opportunities. We highly recommend a two-hour dogsled trip.
Two-hour dog sled trip (optional)
A dogsled trip across the frozen fjord is a wonderful and unique experience. Find the balance, sit back, and enjoy nature and the fresh air, wearing warm sealskin clothing – and always keep your camera ready.
Tundra safari (optional in April)
You can also go on a tundra and wildlife tour. Kangerlussuaq has incredibly beautiful nature and is home to the massive musk oxen. We will drive through the stunning tundra landscape in a 4×4 bus, and the guide will tell us in on the varied wildlife in this area. Maybe we will get the chance to spot musk oxen and learn more about these incredible creatures.
Wild musk oxen roam freely in the area around Kangerlussuaq. It is impossible to predict whether we can get close to musk oxen or look at them from a distance. The guide always brings binoculars, so there is a very good chance of seeing these amazing animals and other wildlife in the area. Do not miss out on this exciting opportunity to explore the stunning nature and wildlife around Kangerlussuaq.
Northern Lights tour (optional) (visible until mid or end of March)
If you travel in the season for northern lights, you are in with a good chance of witnessing this phenomenon. Kangerlussuaq is one of the best places to see northern lights in Greenland (some say in the North Atlantic!) because of a very stable climate and virtually no light polution. We drive away from the base into the night and await the stunning sight of nature’s light show. To see the fluttering curtain of light in various shades of green is an unforgettable sight.