Boat transfer between Narsarsuaq and Inneruulalik. Breakfast, lunch and dinner are fully included.


You will spend five nights at Inneruulalik hostel and two nights at Sermilik Hostel.

It is not possible to book a single or double room, when the guests arrive to the hostels they choose their own bed. 

Inneruulalik hostel has two bedrooms with two single beds in each room, a larger room on the second floor with 3 single beds and a sofabed for two incase needed, an all-room with kitchen, dining-room and living-room. The kitchen is equipped for selfservice and the bathroom has a toilet and a shower for all guests to share.

Sermilik hostel has bunkbeds for 12 guests and a ktichen and bathroom for all guests to share.


All food for breakfast and lunch will be in the fridge for guests to take themselves. Dinner will be served at the farmhouse between 1800-1900. Dinner is based on lamb, fish and muscox all greenlandic. We sell different sorts of soda, wine and greenlandic and danish beer. 

We don't cook for vegetarians.

During the tours the guides will carry the guests water-bottles and lunch pack. 

Your horseback riding ability

We only accept guests to have riding skills from intermediate plus to experienced. During the ride it will be walk, trot, tølt and canter. 

What to bring

Bring a sleeping-bag for the two nights at sermilik hostel. At Inneruulalik farm you will sleep in a bed with bedding-sheets. Bring a water-bottle for the rides. Pack warm clothes such as a wind-proof jacket, woolen or fleece sweaters, gloves, thick woolen socks, headbands/ear muffs, scarf, long underwear (thermal) and, of course, your riding breeches. Rainwear. We recommend riding boots and/or hiking boots for riding. For the cabins/indoor use, slippers are advisable. Also, prepare for warmer weather and bring along lighter clothes, bring sun cream and after sun. Bring your own personal medication. We are not allowed to give out medication except in emergency situations. Also, remember to bring your travel insurance certificate.


Bring only what is necessary during the tour. For the stay in Sermilik Hostel, one smaller luggage for each rider will be transported by car to the hostel. Other luggage, like a big bag of travelling clothes, can stay at Inneruulalik hostel during the entire tour.


We will hand out riding helmets for each guest and if you like to you can bring your own. There will be a first aid kit at the guest house and one with the guides at all rides. There will be no cellphone connection on most of the rides and the first guide will carry a radio connected to the farm house in case of an emergency. The nearest hospital is in town and we can only get to town by boat (1 hour sailing) there is a nursestation in Qassiarsuk and Narsarsuaq.


Inneruulalik farm has 10 horses and 8 for riding. For the tours we normally rent 2 or 3 horses from neighbour farms as well. 

Guest and horse will be matched as best as possible, and the guest will ride on the same horse during the entire tour: If needed we can switch horses.

Pace: walking, trot, tølt and canter. 

For the tours we will have just enough horses for the guests and the guides and only one sparehorse will be at Inneruulalik farm at all times. 

Boat and buss transfer

Blue Ice Explorer will drive you from the airport to the harbour and sail you to Inneruulalik farm. At arrival to Narsarsuaq Airport you must go to the Blue Ice Explorer counter in the airport and let them know you have arrived, they will tell you when the buss will drive you to the harbour. At arrival to the farm there are no harbour so there will be someone to help hold the boat still while the guests get off the boat on big rocks. We alo help each other getting the luggage off the boat and into the back of the car.


There is no internet for guests at the farms and the cell-phone connection is very bad. While riding towards Tasiusaq farm we will stop at our village Qassiarsuk were there will be cell-phone connection.


Our little village Qassiarsuk has a new cafe with souvenirs and also at Narsarsuaq there are souvenirs at Blue Ice Cafe.