Activities

 

Arctic char fishing

 

photo: Thomas Bjerrum

photo: Thomas Bjerrum

 

At 45 minutes hiking from the house, it is possible to fish Arctic char in one of the more beautiful clear water rivers in Greenland... and eat it for dinner, cooked with plants from the Greenlandic nature.

 

                          photo: Antonio Anghileri                            photo: Antonio Anghileri

 

First fishing concession in Greenland


From june 2013, the clear flowing river Ilua located in the valley behind the farm and well known for arctic char fishing, is under a concession from the Government of Greenland.


To know more about Arctic char fishing at Ipiutaq guest farm... and see our fa
ct sheet in English and in French

 

                 photo: Adrien Saint-Ellier

Fishing Greenland cod in the fjord

 

 

It is also possible to fish Greenland or Atlantic cod in the fjord, just down the house. Agathe will be happy to use it for a "Greenlandic Bouillabaisse" or simply oven-steamed with herbs and seaweeds.

Hiking and trekking

 

 

photo: Karl Saint-Ellier

From Ipiutaq, it is possible to go hiking or trekking, taking a break at the foot of a waterfall...


photo: Adrien Saint-Ellier

photo: Adrien Saint-Ellier

or enjoying the silence and the splendid surroundings, with view on ices of the neighbour fjord...

 

Find more information about hiking in Greenland here

 

On the beach or picking berries...

 

photo: Philippe Devisme

 

Take a day to discover Ipiutaq´s surreal beaches... or pick berries with sunny weather!

Discovering a greenlandic farm...

 

Discover how a greenlandic farm is built for a self-sufficiency for water, electricity, sewer, fields, ways and draining.

Observing the wildlife...

 

Hunting in the fjord                         A young greenlandic hare
 

Storytelling and kaffemik

 

 photo: Ellen Frederiksen

 photo: Ellen Frederiksen

From 2013, we are working together with our friends farmers in Qassiarsuk, where you can enjoy a special afternoon in their home.

 

 photo: Ellen Frederiksen

 photo: Ellen Frederiksen

 

They will welcome you for a "kaffemik" - a Greenlandic afternoon coffee with home-made cakes - and they will tell you about agriculture in Greenland and old stories of the place, they will also show you photos and traditional items, such as the Greenlandic national costume.

 


 photo: Agathe Devisme & Ellen Frederiksen

 

Contact us if you wish to include a storytelling and kaffemik in your vacation package.

 

 

 

 

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