Living as an Inuit; are you curious to know how the Inuit live in reality? If you have a true sense of adventure and want to get hands-on in the Arctic, join us on this 7-day epic journey in the Uummannaq Fjord and experience life as an Inuit.
The Inuit have been using dog sleds for thousands of years, but Greenland is now one of the only places in the world where they are still used for traditional purposes.
We will exclusively use this ancient form of transport when travelling through the Uummannaq fjord in search of seals and fishing for Halibut, Cod, Redfish, Catfish.
Learn how to make holes in the sea ice and set long lines to catch Halibut, Cod, Redfish, Catfish.
Hunt seals either with nets under the ice or with a shooting sail.
Apprentice with an experienced sledge driver and get your dog sledge licence.
Stay with local families and eat traditional Greenlandic food in some of the small settlements near Uummannaq.
And of course, experience the majestic beauty of the frozen Uummannaq Fjord under the Northern Lights.
Experience for yourself the self-sufficient lifestyle of the Inuit hunter on this authentic learning experience by selecting a date and clicking on :
Note: the itinerary below is a guide. Activities may be swapped and timings may be longer or shorter depending on the condition of the sea ice and the weather.