Kayaking on Lake Fergusson
Paddle in the backcountry
Kayaking in Greenland is without a doubt, the best way to experience the Greenlandic nature. Is a great to get close to parts of the nature the is only possible at sea level, without any sound and just using your own body to paddle, makes it an extraordinary way to discover Greenland.
Our afternoon tours are special, the midday sun also makes the nature shiny as we often are the only ones out on the water at this time. It’s an incredible experience, when you paddle undisturbed on Lake Ferguson.
Explore the Greenlandic Nature the Traditional Way
For more than 4,000 years, the Inuit have used the “qajaat” (traditional kayaks) for travelling and hunting in Greenland. Our experienced guide will explain you about the amazing nature, the old military base Kangerlussuaq and the fascinating story of the original kayak, which was made from sealskin and wood.
Thanks to our certified kayak-guides, modern equipment and safety protocols, we make it possible for you to kayak in this incredible landscape, even if you have never been kayaking before. For many of our guests it’s their first time in a kayak and we take pride in providing a safe and comfortable experience for everybody. We use double kayaks which are more stable in the water than single kayaks.
During the tour, your guide will take photos of you, while you paddle in this incredible scenery. The photos are included in the price and will be ready for download shortly after the tour.
All our kayak guides are certified IPP Kayaking Instructors complying with 'European Paddle Pass Standards'. All our equipment is expedition-gear made for Arctic conditions from quality brands like Kokatat.
The time spent on the water paddling is 2-2,5 hours.
Minimum age requirement
14 years old. The attitude of the adolescent towards the safety safety instructions, and the person's skills need to be appropriate for kayaking. The adolescent need to fit the kayak suit, and be able to use our kayak equipment the way intended. A parent or a responsible adult needs to stay close to the adolescent at all times.