4 days in Disko Bay incl. overnight stay at Eqi glacier huts
This tour brings you in the amazing area of Eqi glacier, one of the most unique and remote areas in Disko Bay. Starting from Ilulissat by boat, we find our way around the icebergs to the famous Eqi glacier. On the way we pass by icy cathedrals and spaceships that make us feel far away from modern civilization. We will spent two days hiking and enjoying the wilderness before we head back to Ilulissat with plenty of memories that will last a lifetime.
Day at leisure in Ilulissat. Night in Ilulissat.
Ilulissat to Eqi glacier by boat. Optional hike to Eqi Glacier. Night in Eqi.
Morning at leisure. Sailing back to Ilulissat. Night in Ilulissat.
End of the trip in Ilulissat
Prices and dates
Price per person:
|Package based on:||Double||Single|
|3* hotel with sea view||1115||1500|
June 15, 2021 – September 05, 2021 (available)
- sailing from Ilulissat to Eqi glacier
- one night in a standard hut or wilderness tent (incl. full board, linen and towels) at Eqi
- 4 hour glacier view hike
- Lunch on boat day 2
- Full board at Café Victor in Eqi
- Bedlinen and towels in the Eqi hut
- two nights in Ilulissat
- breakfast included in hotel
Flexible booking conditions:
You would like to plan and book your Greenland adventure with us, but feel insecure in regard to the further developments concerning the Corona virus. Please feel free to request your desired tour and we will send you information about possible flexible booking conditions along with your individual offer.
Type of trip:
This pre-arranged adventure is an individual trip, meaning you are discovering Greenland on your own but joining selected guided group activities during your stay. You will receive comprehensive travel information such as where and when to meet for the activities.
Flights to Greenland are not included.
Fly to Ilulissat via Reykjavík/Iceland or Copenhagen/Denmark. Return flight from 1090 EUR per person can be added to your package.
Day 1: Day at leisure in Ilulissat
You have the day at leisure to explore Ilulissat on your own, or we can help you book excursions directly on the spot.You will spend the night in Ilulissat.
Day 2: Ilulissat to Eqi Glacier - hiking at Eqi Glacier
You leave Ilulissat early in the morning and sail north of Disko Bay to Eqi Glacier. Very few places in Greenland are as breathtaking as Eqi. On the way you will sail around the most impressive icebergs in the Northern Hemisphere. Before arriving at Eqi, you will sail close the glacier and stay there for about an hour to observe the glacier calving. You arrive at Eqi in the afternoon and continue on an incredible 4 hour guided hike to the glacier moraine, where you have a magnificent view of the glacier. We will hike further up the moraine to where we can look down into the enormous cracks in the glacier only a few meters away from us. We will spend the night in a hut near the glacier.
Day 3: Morning at leisure in Eqi - sailing back to Ilulissat
You will enjoy breakfast at Cafe Victor, where we have a great view of the fjord and the glacier. You will then have the morning at leisure and can visit the house of the French polar researcher, Paul-Emile Victor. After the Second World War, Victor and a team of scientists began exploring the Inlandsis at Eqi. In the afternoon, you will then sail back to Ilulissat where you spend the night.
Day 4: End of trip in Ilulissat
Today you could fly back or combine this trip with a guided tour or another individual trip.
What our customers say
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Ásta was amazing! She was very helpful and kind to us! Everything very organized, informations, documents, etc. Very happy with the accommodations and tours. I DO RECOMMEND GREENLAND TOURS!
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Hotel et excursion à Qeqertarsuaq : très satisfait. Très bonne organisation sans mauvaise surprise. Nous avons fait un magnifique voyage où la météo, les icebergs et les baleines étaient au rendez-vous.
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