Discover icebergs from the air. Air Zafari flies in large circles high above the vista of mighty and majestic icebergs
One of the most popular attractions in Greenland is its mighty icebergs, which rise majestically to heights of hundreds of metres above the sea.
Air Zafari gives you the chance to see the icebergs from a completely new angle – from the sky. The beautiful and enduring white peaks drift through the ocean and can be seen from the air in a much wider perspective.
The passengers most probably take much the same view. Watch out for Isua and Eqi, the calving glaciers, and take in the view of places that a pair of hiking boots and any large vessel can never reach.
An internal sound system can complement the experience with music or information relayed to you directly by the pilot. Bespoke tours can be arranged on a day-to-day basis.
THE ICE CAP
The ice cap is a gigantic sheet of ice that is both impressive and awe-inspiring. Air Zafari will give you a good view of the ice cap.
Air Zafari’s little plane will give you panoramic views of the ice cap. The immense scale of the ice cap is both impressive and awe-inspiring.
All Air Zafari’s aircraft have large windows for every seat. There is room for five passengers. All seats come with headsets allowing you to spice up your experience with mood music and keeping you in direct contact with the pilot.
Air Zafari offers a wide choice of tourist flights. Discover the calving Eqi glacier, the ice cap, the Greenland tundra, Ilulissat icefjord and wildlife on land and at sea.
Discover Disko Bay from the air. Air Zafari offers a wide choice of tourist flights in areas and from angles you would otherwise never get to experience.
The staff at Air Zafari are flexible and ready to help you find an itinerary to suit you. Bespoke tours can be arranged on a day-to-day basis. The destination is up to you.
What all the flights have in common are modern aircraft with wide windows at every seat – a good basis for taking spectacular photos. An internal sound system keeps you in direct contact with the pilot.