Great experiences in South Greenland

South Greenland is a place of extraordinary natural beauty with jagged mountains, sparkling glaciers and cozy villages along the coast.

Visitors to this region can expect to be captivated by the stunning landscapes and charmed by the area’s unique culture and history.

Another popular activity in South Greenland is exploring the region’s many fjords and bays by boat. South Greenland’s coast is dotted with small fishing grounds, each with their own unique character and charm. Visitors can stop in these villages to learn about traditional Inuit culture and sample local cuisine.

Towns and Lodges

Join us on hiking trails through lush areas, meet the Greenlandic sheep herders, experience the impressive icebergs and bathe in the hot springs.

Towns & lodges

Norse Culture

The Norsemen were actually vikings, but they got their nickname because they settled in the north. Led by Erik den Røde, the Norse came to Greenland in 982, and today you can still see their legacy in the UNESCO World Heritage Sites in South Greenland.


The blue ice of South Greenland

Experiencing the blue ice in South Greenland is a unique adventure where you come face to face with one of the most amazing natural wonders. The blue ice is formed when snow accumulates on a glacier, compresses and becomes so dense that all the air bubbles are squeezed out. This causes the ice to absorb light differently, resulting in the deep, vibrant blue hue that makes it so unique.


Experience South Greenland from horseback

Experiencing Greenland from horseback is a unique and exciting way to explore the region’s beautiful landscapes. With lush green valleys and stunning mountain views, horseback riding allows you to immerse yourself in the natural beauty of this remote region.


Hiking in the nature of South Greenland

Hiking and trekking in South Greenland is an excellent way to explore the region’s stunning natural beauty and immerse yourself in the unique culture of this remote area. With wide open spaces, towering mountain ranges and rugged coastal landscapes, South Greenland offers a wide range of hiking and trekking opportunities for all levels.


Bathe in the hot springs

Bathing in the hot springs in South Greenland is a relaxing experience that allows you to relax while being surrounded by breathtaking nature. These springs  are located throughout the region, providing a welcome respite for weary hikers or those looking to relax after a day of sightseeing.