This is where the traditional and the modern Greenland meet. Sisimiut is a melting pot of old and new and everything in between. The area has been inhabited by humans the last 4,500 years, so there is no doubt that the place is steeped in history and tradition.
HISTORICAL HIKE TO TELE ISLAND
In spite of Greenland’s enormous size, human beings have chosen the very same spots for their settlements through the ages. The Tele Island, Sallinnguit, is one of these places where ancient and modern cultures meet.
BOAT CRUISE TO ASSAQUTAQ
Assaqutaq, which lays at the foot on the southside of the beautiful Nasaasaaq, is one of these abandoned settlements.
The chance of catching something is ridiculously huge and if we haven’t caught anything within the first 5 minutes, we move to a new location.
ARCTIC CIRCLE CRUISE
A unique opportunity to cross the Arctic Circle and at the same time experience the magnificent snowy scenery with mountains, where eternal snow and glaciers decorate the impressive peaks.
Are you dreaming about getting married in the great winter landscape surrounded by high mountains, in the charming little church in Assaqutaq the abandoned settlement or do you have your very own dreams of a wedding in Greenland’s vast and beautiful landscape?
Sarfannguit is located hiking route between Sisimiut and Kangerlussuaq and participates in pilot projects for research into sustainable technology. At the same time, Sarfannguit is located in the forthcoming UNESCO World Heritage Site, which will bring new tourism opportunities for the settlement.