NORTH SAFARI OUTFITTERS

North Safari Outfitters is a hunting and fishing tour provider based at the Kangerlussuaq Airport.

Welcome to a world of outstanding arctic hunting and fishing adventures.

North Safari Outfitters organize unique hunting and fishing expeditions in the fantastic nature of Western Greenland.

North Safari Outfitters are authorized by the Government of Greenland as Trophy Hunt and fishing expedition organizers. We work professionally with outdoor adventures in Greenland with focus on the client’s needs and wishes. Close dialogue with the client before arrival is essential to us.

On this website, you will find our offers and you find detailed information of our hunting and fishing expeditions on www.northsafari.com

Please contact us for more information about our range of unforgettable adventures in the arctic!

CONTACT INFORMATION

NORTH SAFARI OUTFITTERS

Box 152
3910 Kangerlussuaq

Phone: +299 29 92 14 / +45 23 72 90 89
E-mail: info@northsafari.com

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River fishing

Catch Arctic char in Robinson River.

The river is around two hours by boat from Kangerlussuaq and consists of meltwater. As the water isn’t clear, fishing is best with a spinner.

Robinson River is one of Greenland’s classic trout fishing rivers and is known for its very large char.

You’ll be staying at a fishing camp in a canvas tent, with a camp-bed and toilet, just a few metres from the river.

The average weight of the char is between 1-3 kg, and if you’re lucky you may land a fish weighing more than 5 kg.

Trophy hunting

Trophy hunting for musk oxen is one of North Safari’s specialities. The hunt is primarily focused on the large old bulls that graze in the valleys near the Ice Sheet.

Experience the Arctic wilderness and the Ice Sheet when hunting musk oxen in July.

North Safari has a 100 % success rate on hunts for musk oxen and its trips guarantee spectacular scenery and first-class hunting, with glaciers and the Ice Sheet providing a magnificent backdrop.

The hunt takes place on foot in the tundra and mountain terrain. You must be in good physical shape and be able to carry your trophy – approx. 20 kg – a distance of 2-4 km.