POPULAR WINTER TOURS

CULTURAL EXPERIENCE & DOG SLEDDING

7 day tour

3359.- USD

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LIVING IN NATURE AS AN INUIT 

7 day tour

3599.- USD

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ICE FISHING & DOG SLEDDING  ADVENTURE

6 hour tour  

480.- USD (for two pax)

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winter tours

The winter in Greenland is absolutely fantastic. You can experience snow, dog sleds, ice fishing and the amazing northern lights!

In Greenland the winter extends from November to May. However, you can start experiencing some winter activities since September.

It’s a long season with plenty of opportunities to join Siku Tours expeditions in the Arctic.

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POPULAR SUMMER TOURS

ICEBERG AND NATURE SIGHTSEEING

4 hour tour  

320.- USD

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GREENLAND BY LAND & SEA

9 hour tour  

410.- USD

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SUMMER TOURS

During this time (June – October) our city is buzzing with life and great mood. It is an amazing time to go on hikes, boat trips and kayak tours.

The temperature is pleasant and the sun is in the sky 24 hours a day!

Check out the tours Siku Tours has for you and enjoy your summer adventure at its fullest.

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WHY CHOOSE SIKU TOURS

TESTIMONIALS

Thank you for a magnificent trip that you have arranged for us. We have been very happy and grateful that we had to join such a trip. We have become so many experiences richer, and feel we have come a little bit closer to the authentic Greenland.
 
Niels and Jonna DK.

✨UUMMANNAQ🔹GREENLAND✨
Everyone’s asked me what’s the best thing to do in Greenland, the answer? Grab a boat and just explore. See icebergs of all sizes and shapes, stop by any island you want, say hi to the hunters. We found this unique place around 45 minutes journey from Uummannaq.
Blue icebergs and a red desert – pretty sure we were on Mars! Greenland is truly out of this world…

Hira Kira India

Decked out in polar bear fur trousers and wearing animal claws on a string around his neck, Marti Suulutsun certainly makes for an impressive sight. The 35-year-old lives on the remote island of Uummannaq in Greenland.

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