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Ipiutaq Guest Farm

Ipiutaq Box 163, Narsaq 3921 Greenland
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A French-Greenlandic guest farm, a warm personal welcome Ipiutaq guest farm is a sheep farm located in an area of stunning wilderness in South Greenland, along the waterway > from Narsarsuaq international airport to the main towns of Narsaq and Qaqortoq. At Ipiutaq guest farm, you can experience Greenland's wilderness and agriculture, enjoy home cooked meals at our "table d'hotes", enjoy outdoor activities, such as fishing and hiking, or just relax and take in the scenery in sumptuous and unusual surroundings. An original gourmet cuisine from traditional products to a French > The place, open in 2007, is known for its original French-Greenlandic gourmet cuisine based on local products. We like to welcome our guests in our house. We can speak several languages to tell you stories about Greenland and Ipiutaq guest farm adventure. You can choose to stay in our guestroom with meals included or you can also decide to rent our cottage guesthouse (up to 6-8 persons). We also offer different services and meals with booking. One of the best places for arctic char fishing in Greenland Comme for a unique arctic char fishing adventure in the river Ilua located in the valley behind the farm, one of the best places for arctic char fishing in Greenland, that is under a fishing concession from the Government of Greenland from 2013. "Ipiutaq's rare combination of excellent gastronomy, comfort and wild Greenlandic nature is absolutely unique, highly addictive and completely unforgettable..." In "The arctic settlers", Greenland Today n.1, November 2007
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My friend wanted to go on an adventure when he bought his new plane. I told him I knew the right adventure. We went fishing for Artic Char at the Ipiutaq Guest Farm. This was an awesome experience. The guest house was simple but comfortable. The food Agathe made every day was excellent. Every day we enjoyed the view of the fjord. Fishing in the Ilua river and the fjord were great. We for sure got a good workout walking to the river every day. Agathe also arranged a boat tour through the ice bergs which was fantastic. From the first day at the Ipiutaq Quest house we felt like family!
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The adventure began with a 2 and 3/4 hour flight from Reykjavik to Narsarsuaq aboard a DeHavilland prop plane, a comfortable and beautiful ride. Upon landing, everything had been efficiently arranged by Agathe and Kalista. At the small airports,smaller tourist office, we picked up fishing licenses, and the Were to a dock, ferried across the fjord to qassiarsuk, where we hiked and explored Viking ruins. Some restored to give a glimps of viking life, there was a small general store there. At an appointed time, we were met at the dock for a beautiful ride down the fjord to Ipiutaq. Agathe ,Kalista, and Ina met is there and helped us get settled into their lovely guest cottage. The cottage is beautiful and has stunning views of the fjord and mountains, it was very comfortable, peaceful, and quite, and stocked with basic groceries. It is best to acquire wine, beer, and spirits in reykjavik before arriving. Agathe and kalista provide a wealth of information on the land and culture, the highlight of the trip was agathe's delicious meals, prepared from local ingredients, meats seafoods, vegetables, and herbs, and a french Greenlandic fusion. We hiked to a river to fish for char, taking in the spectacular scenery. Agathe had also arranged a boat trip to the glaciers edge, a surreal experience. I certainly hope to return, for the food and the views.
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We enjoyed very much our stay at Ipiutaq Farm. The accommodation was just so nice and cosy with a wonderful view. The scenery around Ipiutaq Farm is just beautiful. Agathe, Kalista and Ina has been so welcoming. Agathe organised a nice trip in South Greenland. She is using the Greenlandic plants and products very well, and her cuisine will initiate some new taste. We have only good memories of our stay at Ipiutaq Farm. Stayed in June 2015
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Ipiutaq Guest farm is blessed by its beautiful location a short boat ride from Narsarsuaq. Here, in extraordinary and as yet unspoilt surroundings, you will find a wonderful and very warm welcome. But it is much more than just the location which makes Ipiutaq such a special place. The guest house at the farm is a wonderful warm, clean, and supremely comfortable home from home , with views of mountains, the fjord, and icebergs. It is a place where you can have as much solitude as you like, walk out of your front door into genuine wilderness, fish for Arctic Char or cod , pick blueberries and swim in waterfalls. As if all this wasn't enough your hosts will provide you with a fascinating insight into what the life of a farmer is like in this part of Greenland, and welcome you into their home. To cap it all, Agathe is a superb chef, providing fantastic evening meals featuring local produce -reindeer, char, lamb, wild herbs and more - ending each day with a genuine indulgent pleasure. I cannot recommend it highly enough.
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In an epic family journey highlighting ten-days of hiking, kayaking, ice climbing and more, our afternoon and dinner at Ipiutaq farm presented a one-of-a-kind example of life in this forbidden land. Breathtaking beauty in a landscape that offers few creature comforts. What struck our eyes were the achievements made by these pioneers. They tamed the untamable. Agathe, our French born host with husband and native Greenlander, Kalista, with their affectionate and highly astute daughter Ina, demonstrated their tenacity to create a comfortable life for themselves and their guests in such an inhospitable, yet magnificant place. To the North Americans in our group, we were particularly mindful of what pioneers must have endured at the dawn of our continents' history. Yet, the farmhouse itself, unique and creative locally-inspired dishes gave us an appreciation for what they do daily and we take for granted. A humbling and inspiring place. I would note that the miniature polarbear sculpture Ina gave me on our departure protects me every night from my bedstand.
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GreenlandKujalleq MunicipalityNarsaq
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Guests can enjoy an on-site restaurant during their stay.