Boat transfer between Narsarsuaq and Inneruulalik. Breakfast, lunch and dinner are fully included.
You will spend five nights at Inneruulalik Guesthouse and two nights at
Inneruulalik Guesthouse has three bedrooms, a livingroom/diningroom/kitchen and a bathroom with toilet, shower and towels.
The kitchen has self service equipment.
Breakfast and dinner will
be served in Inneruulalik Guesthouse. You will make lunch packs from the breakfast table and eat lunch out while riding. Meals in Sermilik Hostel will be cooked by the guides. Dinner contains traditional farmers food with lamb or fish.
During the tour
both guides will carry backpacks were you can keep your waterbottle and lunchpack.
Your horseback riding ability
We recommend that our guests have very good riding skills.
What to bring
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 and sun block. 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 your own waterbottle too.
Bring only what is necessary during the tour. For the stay in Sermilik Hostel, one 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 Guesthouse during the entire tour.
We will hand out riding helmets for each guest and there will be a first aid kit at the guest house. During
the tour, we will have a smaller first aid kit with us at all times and a satellite phone (there is no cell phone connection during the tour and only limited connection at the farm).
All our horses are Icelandic horses
and, during the tour, there will only be the horses for the guests and guides (10 horses). We don't ride with a herd of horses.
Each guest will ride on the same horse during the entire tour.
Pace: walking and tolt. We want the guests to have
the time to enjoy the ride and nature.