Local Operators

Nothing beats local knowledge and know-how. Nothing. It is we who know these mountains and inlets like the backs of our hands, also in their winter versions, and it is only we who can share stories about our family members who helped start the inuit agriculture tradition or who migrated from the east coast by kayak and umiaq. Discovering our vast back yard is in our blood, just as you have an inner drive to experience the world’s less trodden paths. We, too, are explorers by nature, and we want to be the ones to show you our beautiful country.

Here in South Greenland there is a solid group of local tour companies ready to take you on your next adventure, be that by boat, horseback, helicopter, kayak, UTV or your own two feet. And with a range of accommodations from hotels to private cabins to farm hostels - all with exquisite views - you are sure to find the right place that fits your style. The vast majority of companies are small and family-owned, so you are guaranteed to get welcoming and personalised service.

In several cases, these local operators have also opened cafés and gift shops. Of course carrying on in the tradition of supporting local, they aim to feature local dishes and handicraft wherever possible.

Explore our local operators below. 

This is the sustainability pledge that the entire local tourism industry in Greenland as a whole worked together to create. In contrast to other destinations that may put all the responsibility on travellers to "behave well" and take care of the environment and local societies, in Greenland we tour operators and management organisations take some of that responsibility onto ourselves as well.
It is our responsibility as the people and businesses who live in and love our country to also take care of the environment and communities just as much as it is yours. It is our responsibility to communicate the rules and requests to you as visitors, and it is our honour to be a role model for how to be in Greenland.
Read below about our collective pledge toward a better and more regenerative tourism.

Tour Operators

Amazing Tours Greenland

Blue Ice Explorer

Gardar Charter

Greenland Sagalands

Guide in Greenland

Hunter's Eye in South Greenland

Narsarsuaq ATV Rentals


Pink Peak Tours

Polar-tut Narsarsuaq

Qaqortoq Marathon

Qummut Tours

Riding Greenland / Inneruulalik Guestfarm

Sauna Wellness

Sermeq Helicopters

Serano Boat Tours

SG Tours

South Greenland Boat Charter 44

Tasermiut Camp

Tasermiut South Greenland Expeditions


Bed & Breakfast Illunnguujuk

Igaliku Hotel & Lodges

Hotel Kap Farvel

Hotel Narsaq

Hotel Narsarsuaq

Hotel Qaqortoq

Pioti Igaliku
(Igaliku Farm Holiday)

Kangerluarsorujuk Cabin

Kielsen’s B&B

Narsaq Farm House

Narsarsuaq Hostel

NTS Rooms

Polar-tut Flats

Qanisartuuni Unnuisarfik

Qassimiut Hunter's House

Qorlortup Itinnera Guesthouse

Seaside Whale Hotel

Serano House

Sermilik Hostel


Sillisit Hostel

Siniffik Inn

Sleep in Narsaq

Sulisartut Højskoliat

Waterfall Retreat

Wig-Wam Accommodation

Wild Greenland


Air Greenland

Blue Ice Explorer

Disko Line

Gardar Charter

Greenland Sagalands



Polar-tut Narsarsuaq

Serano Boat Tours

South Greenland Boat Charter 44

SP Båd Charter

Other points of interest

Campus Kujalleq

Great Greenland

Kujataa UNESCO World Heritage

Nanortalik Museum

Narsaq Museum

Narsarsuaq Museum

Qaqortoq Museum

SANASA Art Route


Read descriptions of all the eateries here.

Blue Ice Cafe

Brasserie HQ

Cafe Inugssuk

Cafe Kûnguak'

Cafe Thorhildur

Hotel Kap Farvel

Hotel Narsaq

Hotel Narsarsuaq

Igaliku Hotel & Lodges

Inbox Cafe - Thai Corner

Seaside Whale Hotel

Ulu Net Cafe