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e will take you to a place you would not have reached on your own. After a short introduction to fishing, we start! If you are lucky and catch one (or more), we will prepare your freshly caught fish down by the shore. Cooking the fish by the shore is called "kuisartorneq". It would normally be performed with your fishing partners to enjoy the catch and to re-energize. For some reason, it always tastes much better to eat a fish

Qaqortoq is South Greenland's educational center, with a business school, a high school and other institutions. The city was founded in 1774 by Anders Olsen on behalf of the Royal Greenland Trading Company (KGH). Our city tour starts among the old houses of the colonial quarter and then takes us to the fish and meat market, where we hear about the conditions faced by today's fishermen and hunters, Greenlandic culinary traditions, etc. We then proceed to the old church from 1832 – "Annaasisitta Oqaluffia" (The Church of Our Savior)

Experience a first hand interaction with the Greenlandic people! The tour provides a personal exchange with a Greenlandic host. The host(s) will welcome you to a typical traditional Kaffemik, or also known as "Kaffillerneq", directly translated to "serving coffee". We have kaffemiks when we celebrate an event. It could be a birthday, graduation, the first day of school, or the baby's first steps. You invite your family, friends, co-workers, your local grocer, and anyone you may meet on the street, so we

South Greenland offers outstanding opportunities for hiking trips. There are roughly 50 sheep farms in the area, many of which offer overnight accommodation at reasonable prices. You can start your trip at the international airport in Narsarsuaq, then continue to Qassiarsuk and stay with a number of sheep farming families as you make your way to your final destination, Narsaq. Or you can start in Qaqortoq, where we can take you by boat to Qanisartuut in connection with our Hvalsø

Great Greenland is a modern tanning and production facility that processes furs for sale, but also makes its own top-notch fashion creations. Our tour of the plant starts off with a presentation of the various stages of the tanning process and ends in the furrier workshop and salesroom. During the tour, we will talk about seal hunting and the working conditions of today's hunters. How many furs are purchased and processed each year? What is the price per fur? Who lives from seal hunting? Who buys furs from Great