The hiking opportunities in the area are among the best, including two beautiful and highly varied full-day hikes. Furthermore, there are options to suit every taste: You can go fishing at Lake 90, explore the ancient Norse ruins that tell the tale of Igaliku's vibrant activity a thousand years ago, or simply relax and enjoy the view with a book on the terrace outside your cabin.
Hotel and Restaurant
At Igaliku Village Hotel, you'll find the town's only restaurant, which was renovated in 2021. Here, we serve breakfast, lunch, and dinner, including 2 courses featuring local Greenlandic products. You can also purchase soft drinks, juice, beer, and wine. The restaurant also offers coffee, tea, homemade cake, chocolate, snacks, postcards, hiking maps, and souvenirs.
Since 2019 Blue Ice Explorer has been renting out this magnificent villa in Igaliku. This is the perfect place for a small group or family that wish to stay in Igaliku and feel like home. The Villa is a newly buildt wooden house with a private sun terrace on all sides of the house. Located in a very private and peaceful area with the finest view to the fiord and the surrounding mountains.
The interior is very modern and has everything you need to relax and enjoy you stay. Inside, you will find two bedrooms with double beds, a kitchen connecting to a large living room and a large bathroom. Above the bedrooms there is a small loft with 2 mattresses. A perfect place for the youngest guests to sleep. Next to the villa there is a small annex with an extra double room. It is possible to add this to your stay if you are a larger group.
View to Qooroq-fiord from Igaliku
Sheep farmers place and colourfull houses
Erik the Red's Land - The Norse in South Greenland
Over a thousand years ago, a group of Norsemen led by Erik the Red, left Iceland to find a new place to live. They arrived in southern Greenland and Erik named the country, Greenland. Today you can still see the legacy of the Norse era in South Gr...