We 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
Upernaviarsuk Agricultural Station. Experiments are conducted here with new varieties of livestock, crops, plants and trees that can thrive in Greenland. Upernaviarsuk also includes an agricultural school where aspiring young farmers receive training. The guide will tell you about agriculture in Greenland and the challenges that farmers face in the subarctic climate – including the future possibilities in a situation with a warming climate, as a consequence of Global Warming. Duration: 1-2 Hours NOTE! Remember to bring your own beverages!
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