Fly with Air Iceland Connect to Narsarsuaq from Reykjavik Domestic Airport. Flight time is 2 hours and 45 minutes.

South Greenland is a region full of contrasts, known for its flowering plains and fertile valleys, ice-filled fjords, numerous glaciers and mineral-rich mountain landscapes. 

The region has a well-developed farming industry with extensive grazing pastures for sheep and horses and some of the best-preserved Norse ruins.

Air Iceland Connect offers hotel packages to Narsarsuaq.

Oneway / Roundtrip

Whether you are interested in Inuit or Norse history, ice or minerals of all types, hunting and fishing or just magnificent scenery, then South Greenland has it all. 

The towns of Narsaq, Qaqortoq, Nanortalik and the gateway of Narsarsuaq are particularly good starting points from which to experience the culture and nature of the region. Moreover, the small sheep-holding stations and settlements such as Qassiarsuk, Igaliku and Alluitsup Paa are also popular tourist attractions.

Excursions in South Greenland offer something for everyone: hiking, fishing, farm holidays and visits to the ruins of Norse churches and farms, or more challenging experiences such as kayaking or climbing, to name but a few possibilities in Narsarsuaq. 


Click here to plan your trip and read about practical information when traveling to Greenland.

You can find more information on tours and activities through Guide to Greenland here

Air Iceland Connect can offer a package with accommodation in Narsarsuaq, please contact us for more information.