The inuits would migrate to their summer camps as soon as the winter loosened its grip on man and nature. The tripe would live in big tipi-like tents while foraging the surroundings.
We are honoring this magnificent country by staying true to the old nomadic virtues, thus leaving a minimum imprint as we let ourselves get realigned with nature.
CAMP KIATTUA is situated two hours with boat from the capital of Greenland in the middle of one of the biggest and oldest fiords in the world.
Boat or helicopter is the only way to get to this secluded spot.