Greenland in Winter


Aurora & Icebergs

Greeenland in Winter

5 Days / 2 locations in Denmark and Greenland

When visiting Greenland, most people want to see the icebergs, and the destination to see icebergs is without doubt Ilulissat.

The domestic flight from Kangerlussuaq to Ilulissat is a true excursion where the arrival and departure in low altitude over the amazing ice fiord is an experience of a lifetime.

You will surely understand why The Ilulissat Ice Fiord is on the UNESCO world heritage list.

Traveling by dog sled with your Inuit hunter to isolated villages or to the fishing grounds on the frozen fiords is a journey into the world of the old polar explorers.

Iceberg Cruise on the Ilulissat Fiord provides the perfect opportunity to get close to these gigantic sculptures created by nature.

It is also possible to stay at the Hote Arctic for an additional charge. One welcome dinner and one farewell dinner are included at this hotel.

Monday and Friday departures are available at an additional $140 per person.


Day 1     Copenhagen - Ilulissat
Accommodation: Hvide Falk Hotel
Meals: Lunch

From the airport in Copenhagen, you will board a 9:10 AM Air Greenland flight to Illullisaat. Lunch will be served on board. You will arrive at 9:50AM Greenland time (1:50 PM Denmark time - there is a 4 hour time difference). After transfer to you hotel, you will have time to for optional excursions. Please click on city link to see your options. A walking tour of the city is included in the afternoon.

Days 2 - 4     Ilulissat
Accommodation: Hvide Falk Hotel
Meals: Breakfast

Three full days to take advance of optional excursions.

Day 5     Ilulissat - Copenhagen
Meals: Breakfast / Lunch

Your Air Greenland flight leaves at 12.50PM and arrives in Copenhagen at 9.10 PM. Lunch will be served on board.

Price Includes
Meals As Mentioned
Airfare Copenhagen - Kangerlussuaq - Ilulissat
Air Taxes
Hotel Accommodation As in Itinerary With Daily Breakfast
Daily Breakfast
Price Does Not Include
 Optional Excursions
 Fuel Surcharge