Arctic char fishing in Greenland

Iceland Outfitters offers fly fishing for Arctic char in Greenland

Arctic Char fishing in Greenland is one of the most enjoyable experiences you can have in the Arctic circle, The rivers are full of Arctic char and the scenery is truly stunning, Greenland is covered by a large glacier and in almost every fjord you can see it creeping its way down to the ocean where large icebergs the sizes of big blocks are floating, making it a remarkable sight.

Even with the icebergs floating around you will be surprised by the mild climate, as during the summer the weather in South Greenland is similar to the weather in Oslo and Helsinki. Greenland is a magnificent and rustic land with warm and wonderful people and is most definitely a must see for all nature lovers.

  • August 25th to 29th - 4 days
  • August 25th to September 1st - 7 days
  • August 29th to September 5th - 7 days
  • September 1st to 5th - 4 days
  • September 1st to 8th - 7 days
  • September 5th to 8th - 3 days

4 nights, Tuesday - Saturday

Tuesday: Check in at Reykjavik airport is at 12:00 with the plane leaving to Narsarsarsuaq at 13:00, arriving at Nasarsuaq at 14:00. Our boats then collect you and sail to Narsaq village which takes approx. 1 hour. Check in at the hotel, then meet with the guide to get any further information needed and acquainted with the local area, leaving you time in the afternoon to walk around the village and its surroundings.

Wednesday, Thursdays and Friday: The next three days will be spent fishing in excellent rivers, like the Illua river which is a world-class Arctic Char river or one of the murky glacier rivers that hold the large fish. There will also be time for a bit of sightseeing in between fishing.

Saturday: On departure day we leave the hotel early and sail to a Norse Viking settlement in Brattahlid before going to the airport. Flight departure is 14:45, and we should be at the airport approx. 2 hours before. Your plane arrives in Reykjavik in the evening.

Here you can read more about the fishing in Greenland

Best regards, Harpa Hlín