Camp Kiattua is a luxury Inuit camp in Greenland. Kiattua, an Inuit word for “the warm place, “ is surrounded by stunning nature, deep in the majestic Nuuk Fjord. Only accessible by boat or helicopter, the camp is based on the ancient Inuit tradition of migrating to summer camps as soon as the winter loosens its grip on man and nature.

Tailored to the needs of travellers, this journey into the space of wellness and serenity is the ultimate getaway. After flying to Nuuk, private guides give a tour of the small capital. After culture comes the exhilaration: the 45-minute voyage to camp is taken on a speedy RIB safari boat. Camp Kiattua accommodates 12 guests in six tipi tents. It’s possible to book the whole camp, for added privacy, or individual tents. Despite being so secluded, the camp’s modern amenities and luxurious facilities bring wellness to the forefront. The tents are spacious, yet cosy, with ample space for two people. Each tent has private bathroom facilities, including a warm shower; two single or one double bed; a small table with chairs; and a wood-burning stove. The camp also has two sauna tents, an outdoor hot tub with melted glacial water, and a restaurant tent where a private chef serves delicious gourmet food prepared from local ingredients.

Life at the camp is easy. After a day of adventure, rest awaits. It’s the perfect moment to share stories by the open fire in the communal tent and enjoy gourmet food and a glass of wine, local beer or the cleanest water nature can provide.

Camp Kiattua is a place to disconnect from the modern world and to reconnect with the essence of nature. The caring staff, luxurious surroundings and easy access to all sorts of adventures offer a rare glimpse of Greenland, the very exotic island of the north.


45 minutes by boat from Nuuk

Six luxury private tipis

Private bathroom facilities

Two sauna tents

A hot tub with glacial water

A restaurant tent with a private chef

A variety of adventurous guided day tours

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