ARCTIC NOMAD | Nuuk, Greenland
At Arctic Nomads, it’s time to unplug and get back to nature … in style! While here, you’ll enjoy gourmet meals, luxury accommodations, breathtaking views, and have the experience of a lifetime! Kiattua Camp is situated 80 km from Nuuk the capital of Greenland. You can only get to this secluded spot by boat or helicopter. The camp is placed among the oldest mountains in the world. (3.8 billion years old). In fact, the only human made thing you will see from the camp are the 800 hundred year old Viking Ruins. Among towering high mountains at a well protected inlet, the Camp area offers stunning natural views over the ice covered waters, and the magnificent waterfall providing constant flow of fresh water. Next to the sea the Camp is inviting for daily adventures from our anchored boats.
HOTEL ARCTIC | Ilulissat, Greenland
How far north can you go without staying a tent, getting lost and resorting to cannibalism? Well, try the Hotel Arctic. It is the world’s northernmost four-star hotel and is popular among people who like their holiday destinations adventurous. The hotel allows you to explore the beauty of the North: icebergs, seals, and fjords. Located on Disco Bay in Greenland, you can arrive on dog sled riding through a village of colorful wooden houses. Awaiting you on arrival is a delicious Arctic fare of seal and reindeer meat, potatoes, and stewed vegetables. Your room is a work of Danish elegance, with blonde-wood furniture and soft fabrics. If you want to try out the Eskimo lifestyle, you can stay in one of eight igloo cottages that overlook the bay are accessible only by a boardwalk trail.
ILIMANAQ LODGE | Ilimanaq, Greenland
Ilimanaq Lodge is situated on the edge of the coastline in harmony with nature in the first row, with unique vistas of majestic icebergs and impressive whales. Newly built in the summer of 2017, Ilimanaq Lodge comprises of 15 luxury huts with an adjacent gourmet restaurant. At Ilimanaq Lodge, you'll be right out there experiencing this little Greenlandic village in a comfortable setting. Each hut has its own solar panels installed, supplying energy for heating and electricity. Surplus electricity from the solar panels is sold cheaply to the village and the locals. The long bright nights in the Greenlandic summer make use of solar panels very effective. The huts are built as a two-floor construction and are designed to integrate into the surrounding tundra. All huts are furnished in a beautiful Nordic design.