PRICE €3,100

Unique combination hunt in Nuuk for 7 different species

Enjoy a unique combination hunt in Greenland in March. You will have the chance to hunt king eider, common eider, arctic hare, ptarmigan, polar fox, seal and reindeer. Weather conditions may affect the number of species you can manage to shoot on the tour, but one thing is certain, and that is you will experience an extraordinary winter hunting adventure. Book now fulfils your dream of hunting in the arctic cold, an overwhelming outdoors experience you will remember for the rest of your life.


  • An overwhelming outdoors adventure
  • The hunting districts in Greenland are totally pristine
  • Exciting hunting for up to 7 different species
  • King Eider, common eider, artic hare, ptarmigan, seal, artic fox, and reindeer
  • Accommodation in a luxurious modern hotel in Nuuk

4 days from €3,100

It is with great pleasure that we can now offer you a unique combs-hunt near Nuuk. It is possible to hunt King Eider, common eider, artic hare, ptarmigan, seal, artic fox, and reindeer. Wind and weather may play a part in deciding what you can hunt during your 3 hunting days, so we cannot guarantee you will be able to hunt for all 7 species.

Dates and climate

Winter hunts take place in March. Arrival is on a Monday, departure on a Friday. It is also possible to extent your stay to give you the chance to do some sightseeing. When hunting during March you will typically experience cold arctic weather, with average temperatures around -7°C. Snow covers the landscape, and the days are gradually getting longer, giving you around 11 -12 hours of daylight. This creates the perfect conditions for a unique hunting experience in the Arctic winter landscape, on which you can enjoy some varied hunting and experience the breathtaking Arctic nature.


On arrival in Nuuk you will be met at the airport and driven to the Hotel Aurora, where you will sleep throughout your entire stay. The Hotel Aurora has a city centre location, offers comfortable rooms and is close to many local attractions.

 The hotel is your “base camp” when you are not out hunting. A hunting day involve getting up and eating breakfast, being picked up by your guide to go out hunting, returning to the hotel in the evening, eat dinner, then enjoy the rest of the evening. Best of all is that you can do it all again the next day.


Day 1: Arrival in Nuuk
Day 2,3 and 4: Hunting
Day 5: departure for home


Hunters travel to Greenland  by flying from Copenhagen to Kangerlussuaq. The flight time is 4 hours and 40 minutes. As there is a  3 hour time difference, you land circa 1 hour 45 minutes later than you leave Denmark.From  Kangerlussuaq you fly further to Nuuk (Godthåb) on a domestic flight.

The Hunting 

Hunting in Greenland is a very different experience to hunting in Europe, and even more so than hunting in Africa and other major destinations. The landscapes are wild and largely untouched. Here it is the wind, weather and animals that decide, we are simply guests. In the areas where the hunt takes place there is virtually no infrastructure, which places great demands on safety equipment on communication devices.

Hunting for ptarmigan, artic hare and arctic fox is an unique experience in the arctic terrain. On the fells around Nuuk you can challenge yourself with  spot and stalk  hunting for ptarmigan, arctic hare and arctic fox. You must be able to use your eyes well, at this time of year all 3 species are snow white and can be very hard to spot. However, you will naturally be in good hands and your experienced hunting guides have been hunting these arctic species for many years.

The hunt for King eider and common eider duck takes place from a boat, giving you both a wonderful outdoors and hunting adventure. Using the boat as your base, you can navigate through the Arctic waters and spot the majestic King and common eiders, which usually gather together in the same large flocks. Once a flock has been spotted , you try to push them towards land, so they are forced to fly over the boat. This provides some fantastic shooting and is a completely different type of hunt than you will experience on land. This type of hunting also offers a great opportunity to enjoy the impressive coastal scenery around Nuuk.

Seal hunting will usually take place form the boat, but hunting from a hunting sledge with a hunting sail can also be carried out if the wind and weather permit. This is a hugely exciting form of hunting, that will present you with a real challenge. This is the type of seal hunts you may be familiar with form the television. 

Reindeer hunting is carried out as spot and stalk in very open terrain, so you must expect to have to shoot at slightly longer range than you might be used to. Therefore it is a good idea to train shooting at a range of 200 - 250m before departure, if possible. It will not be possible to shoot trophy bearing animals , as they have shed their antlers at this time of the year, and they are slowly regrowing again.

This fantastic winter comb-hunt offers the chance to enjoy a wide range of different hunts, which can be combined on a single trip. You will experience unusual methods of hunting for unique Greenland game species, making it a really memorable hunting adventure in Greenland’s capital of Nuuk.


The price includes

  • 4 days accommodation at Hotel Aurora inc. breakfast
  • 3 days hunting
  • Boat charter for 3 days
  • All licenses for the 7 species available for hunting
  • Lunch and drinks on the boat
  • Return bus transfers airport – hotel and hotel – boat
  • Greenland Hunting License
  • Trophy preparation 

The price does not include

  • Return flights to Nuuk
  • Meals other than breakfast and lunch
  • Alcoholic drinks
  • Packing and freezing of trophies
  • Gratuities
  • Travel and cancellation insurance
  • EU-liability insurance EUR 10,- (obligatory)
  • Everything else not listed under the price includes

Thomas M. Sørensen

Telephone: (+45) 63 21 43 00

Ulla Fregerslev

Telephone: (+45) 63 21 43 02

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