A tour for every diver who dreams
of exploring icebergs – below and
The immense scenery with its steep mountains, gigantic fjords, and glaciers are unforgettable.
You will also get a taste of how the Inuit residents live up here in the Arctic. Aside from possessing impressive hunting skills and an open and friendly character, the native inhabitants of Greenland face social problems and alcoholism in their everyday life.
We will spot whales on many of our boat tours. They stay here in great numbers to feed on krill and capelin (a small fish species) during the summer months. It is quite common to observe humpback whales, finback whales, and minke whales. It is also occasionally possible to observe many other whale species – including orca whales and the huge blue whale.
The astonishingly varied and colorful underwater world may surprise many divers. You will discover real kelp forests and coral walls, and macro photographers will have the opportunity to catch extremely rarely photographed species on camera.
Price per person
Important information - diving
For the diving tours, we use fast zodiacs which offer space for 5-7 divers.
– experienced cold water diver
– at least 20 logged dry-suit-dives in the last 2 years
We provide steel tanks with DIN double valves (200 bar) and a volume of 12 or 15 liters as well as lead weight in different sizes.
A dry suit and two separate regulators are essential.
The depth limit is 25 meters / 80 ft (for water temperatures of +1°C (34°F) and more. The depth limit is 15 meters (50 ft) from 0°C (32°F) and below (increasing risk of freezing regulators).
We do many dives at icebergs where special safety rules have to be followed. These safety regulations will be explained while still on board before the dive and will be individually adapted to each respective dive.
Oxygen equipment in case of diving emergencies is available on board.