Discover a world lost in time. A place where nature at its most pure and powerful awakens long forgotten senses. A time to embrace the silence of the wilderness, push the limits of self-discovery and surrender to the magic of the unexpected. This is the Arctic, reimagined. A place to nurture mind, body and soul.
Book now for one of this year’s limited places at Kiattua
Situated 80 kilometers deep into the world’s second largest fjord system, Kiattua is accessible only by boat or helicopter, and occupies a secluded shingle beach enclosed by the oldest mountains in the world. Open for just 4 months of the year, and limited to 10 guests at a time to protect its fragile infrastructure, this once-in-a-lifetime experience is a deep dive into a little-known Arctic world.
For 4000 years, Inuit nomads would return to these secret shores after months spent in isolation on the icy tundra, for summers of hunting, fishing and visiting friends and relatives. Kiattua camp – meaning the warm place – honors these age-old traditions and offers guests an authentic taste of Inuit culture and adventure. By redefining how we connect with nature and our deeper selves, we give you the luxury, to simply be.
A place that transcends time and space
With no roads, no houses and the nearest village two days walk away, life at Kiattua slows to glacial pace, and nothing stands between you and a jaw-dropping Arctic landscape. Days are spent discovering this untouched world with your Nomad host, nights sharing stories around a camp fire and feasting on gourmet meals showcasing local ingredients, before retiring to bed in a state-of-the-art tupeq (Greenlandic word for tent).
Photo by: Aningaaq Carlsen – Visit Greenland
€5,250 per person
For those short on time, this trip offers an unforgettable window into Arctic life and culture.
€7,000 per person
An extra day gives ample time either to relax at Kiattua or sign up for more adventures.
€10,500 per person
An immersive, week-long package for those looking for a deep connection with nature with adventures.
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