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Nuuk- the Arctic Capital- 4 Day Tour

4 Days / 2 locations in Iceland and Greenland

Nuuk is the northernmost as well as the smallest capital in the world – though still the largest and oldest city in Greenland with just over 16,000 inhabitants.

The name "Nuuk" means "Cape" in Greenlandic and accurately describes the position of the city at the end of a fjord, which ultimately leads into the icy waters of the Labrador Sea.

Though Nuuk was founded by the missionary Hans Egede in 1728, the site has been home to humans for more than 3000 years, and today the city is a thriving centre for culture as well as commerce.

Nuuk has plenty to offer visitors: from high quality art and craft work, a shopping centre to the Greenland National Museum which houses a wonderful collection of artifacts and exhibits related to Greenland's archaeology, history, art, and handicrafts, as well as the famous Qilakitsoq mummies.

Not to be missed is the architectural marvel of Katuaq, the cultural centre of which the design was inspired by the waves of the northern lights, icebergs and the play of light on ice and snow.


Day 1     Reykjavik - Nuuk
Accommodation: Hans Egede Hotel
Meals: Dinner

Flight with Air Iceland from Reykjavik Domestic Airport to Nuuk.

Meet and greet and transfer to the hotel for information meeting. City tour en route. Dinner at the hotel.

Optional Tours:

* Nuuk Fjord Safari, 4 hrs

• Kapisillit Visit & Icefjord Hike, 7 hrs

Days 2 - 3     Nuuk
Accommodation: Hans Egede Hotel
Meals: Breakfast

Breakfast at your hotel,

Days free for optional excursions.

Farewell dinner on day 3

Day 4     Nuuk - Reykjavik
Meals: Breakfast

Breakfast at the hotel. Transfer to the airport.

Fflight with Air Iceland from Nuuk to Reykjavik Domestic Airport.

Price Includes
Air Taxes
Nuuk City Tour
Transfers Within Greenland
Daily Breakfast
Roundtrip Air Iceland-Greenland
Hotel Accommodations 4 Nights
2 Dinners
Price Does Not Include
 Optional Excursions
 Travel Insurance