Get closer to the Greenland's People and Nature

Prepare for unforgettable journey to the roots of the Inuit lifestyle!

WELCOME TO
ILULISSAT
(NORTH GREENLAND)

Ilulissat with the Kangia (UNESCO World Heritage Site since 2004) has the biggest and most famous icebergs of Greenland.

But our unique location is much more than icebergs, and makes possible to live the best arctic experiences all year around with Northern lights, snow, dogs sledges, sea ice in Winter (from February to April) and Midnight sun, lakes and colorful valleys, beautiful coasts, whales and arctic wildlife in Summer (from June to August) without missing the Inuit culture factor.

These assets can satisfy the most demanding outdoor enthusiasts that are looking for the epic adventure of their lives.

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THINGS TO DO IN GREENLAND

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SEA KAYAKING GUIDES

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Why book with us?

  •  With more than 4 years of experience PGI Greenalnd is the first company to offer kayaking tours in Ilulissat with high safety and quality standards.
  •  Carefully picked team of experts from Greenland and Europe, for a safe, authentic and unforgetable experience. 
  •  Small groups and the most up-to-date outdoor equipment. 
  •  We are deeply involved with Arctic and its people by training Greenlandic guides and engaged with the local communities in our activities


OUTDOOR ACTIVITIES GREENLAND

WINTER SEASON

FROM 06/02
TO 22/04

SUMMER SEASON

FROM 01/06
TO 15/09

Get closer to the Greenland’s people and nature

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