Tasermiut Fjord Voyage
In the course of six days and five nights, guests live on board and experience the unique and breathtaking nature of South Greenland including: Tasermiut Fjord and Uunartoq hot springs as well as the cultural heritage of the Viking era, which received the honour of UNESCO World Heritage status last year. All meals and day excursions included.
With a maximum guest limit of 12 passengers plus experienced crew, each expedition has an intimate feel.
UNESCO World Heritage Sites
Tasermiut forest and Tasersuaq lake
Uunartoq hot springs
The summer 2018 season is comprised of 14 fixed-route voyages in South Greenland from June through September. Narsarsuaq is both the embarkment and disembarkment port, and the voyages run Thursday-Tuesday from 21 June to 20 September, which coordinates nicely with direct arrival and departure flights on Air Greenland via Copenhagen and Air Iceland Connect via Keflavik.
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Day 1 – Narsarsuaq to Qaqortoq, by way of Qooroq Glacier
Day 2 – Qaqortoq to Uunartoq hot springs, by way of Qaqortukulooq/Hvalsey ruins
Day 3 – Uunartoq hot springs to Tasermiut Fjord
Day 4 – Tasermiut Fjord to Narsaq
Day 5 – Narsaq to Narsarsuaq, by way of Itilleq/Igaliku and Qassiarsuk
Day 6 – Narsarsuaq; Disembarkment
The Tasermiut Fjord voyage reaches all the red dots, starting and ending at Narsarsuaq (the arrow)