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Welcome to Nuuk Water Taxi - With a boat for six passengers where key features are safety, service and great experiences. So whether you want to experience fantastic scenarios of the Nuuk Fiords or have a need to quickly and safely get transported...more
got this tour from the cruise line-probably best one we have ever gotten-
took small boat (5 of us) (not water taxi) and he took us out to see what we could find
great scenery, icebergs (big & up close) & WHALES!!! & waterfalls
In retrospect, I should have packed my cowboy boots and chaps because we rode hard and fast for 100 KM each way to the glacier. And with a seat in the open boat shaped like a saddle, I was saddle sore for days when the...More
We went on both the Fjord Safari, where we saw icebergs, seals, birds, etc - the icebergs we absolutely stunning, like looking at paintings in a museum. We also did the Fish N Eat tour, where we went further into the fjord, did some amazing...More
Date of experience: September 2018
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Anders L, Owner at Nuuk Water Taxi, responded to this reviewResponded 18 November 2018
Thank you for your kind review :-)
Regarding the payment at the restaurant, we have tried to go into dialogue with them so we could choose that the clients could buy the full package with us, however, some guests do not wish to eat the...More
A 7 hour trip to the ice fiord with an open boat cost 1300 kr. Booked 2 days in advance with no issues at all, room for 4 on the little boat. Felt very safe during sailing. The company provided a fleece balaclava hat and...More
We had absolutely great boat tour to glacier Nuuk ice fjord, but have to say that we were lucky with the weather as well. Strongly recommend to order at least sandwich for the tour but also delicious lunch worked very well.
Excellent tour company. We had a nice time visiting the Qoornoq Island and its abandoned village (with time to spare to go do some cod fishing) and then seeing the glacier and the icebergs. We booked both tours as "open boat" tours but the water...More
Back in May and June 2018 I spent a couple of months doing a self organised RTW trip which included a week in Greenland and a week in Iceland.
During the course of my stay in Nuuk I met a couple of young guys and...More