Endless vistas, howling huskies running at full speed, the smell of clear, frosty air in your nostrils. Greenland is like a fairytale come true for the nature lover and hunter in us all. The magnificent nature is overwhelming. Something you will remember the rest of your life. In Greenland the hunting districts are pristine. The air is fresh, there are no electricity pylons on the horizon, and the only sounds you here are nature’s own. At night you will see the stars more clearly than you have ever done before, unless they are blocked out of sight by the endlessly beautiful Northern Lights, which if you have luck on your side, can be see at these latitudes in their full glory
4 days from €7,920
Earlier it was not possible to combine hunting musk ox and reindeer in the same package, but now you can. Our partners can arrange an excellent, well-planned combination hunt, on a fantastic hunting district.
During the autumn we had a group carrying out a combination hunt here, and they enjoyed the experience of a lifetime, it was an unique hunt and they will never forget their time in camp.
Trophy-wise the musk ox here belong amongst the biggest in the world, being larger, for example than, the Canadian musk ox. The district can also deliver some fine reindeer trophies.
The habitat for both species is absolutely optimal, with warm summers and relatively dry winters with limited snowfall, makes it possible for them to forage all year round.
The musk oxen in the area around Kangerlussuaq are the descendants of 27 musk ox that were brought here from East Greenland i 1963.
The population has grown to several thousand individuals, and a number of animals are made available annually for commercial hunters and a more limited number for trophy hunting.
The reindeer are part of the natural fauna of West Greenland. Please note that in the first part of the hunting season the reindeer will often still be in velvet
Hunters will be picked-up at Sdr. Strømfjord from where they will be taken to the hunting district by helicopter - an exciting and very beautiful trip!
Hunting is on foot, occasionally it will be possible to use a boat or rubber boat. Otherwise no other form of transport will be used, so you must be prepared to walk long distances to find game. The terrain is relatively easy to walk over, with height differences in the order of 2-300 m.
Søndre Strømfjord or as it is called in Greenlandic - Kangerlussuaq - is transected by the Arctic circle, which means in summer it never really gets dark, while in mid-winter there is nearly no light apart from moonlight and the fantastic northern lights.Read more
We have a wonderful working relationship with Inuit Outfitting run by Mathias and Malene Ingemann. They were the first outfitters to arrange trophy hunting for tourists after the Greenland Home Rule opened up the possibility to do so back in 1996, and since then they have built up a lot of experience in this specialised field.Read more
Scientific Name: Rangifer tarandus Subspecies: A total of 10 different subspecies have been described for the northern hemisphere, but only the three most important subspecies are mentioned below. 1. North American Caribou (Rangifer t. caribou): Alaska and Canada from the border to Alaska to Newfoundland. 2. Alaskan Caribou (Rangifer t. granti): Alaska. 3. Greenland Reindeer (Rangifer t....Read more
Scientific Name: Ovibus moschatus Subspecies: Circumpolar in the northern hemisphere. One subspecies in North America: Alaskan Musk Ox. (Ovibus m. moschatus): Alaska, Canada (Introduced on the Nunivak Islands, Alaska). Habitat: Tundra in the north. Description: Large sheep, weighing around 410 kg and measuring up to 1,50 m over the shoulder, reaching a total body length of 2,50 m. The coat is...Read more