FAQ - Frequently asked questions

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You can travel to Ilimanaq Lodge from all cities and settlements in the Disko Bay. Most people do however, go from Ilulissat, Greenland’s third largest city. The transport to Ilimanaq is by boat, and difficulty walkingthe boat ride lasts between 30-45 minutes depending on the weather and ice conditions. 

The boat trip is not included in your stay in Ilimanaq Lodge, and, thus, needs to be bought separately. You can do so on Disko Lines web page, through World of Greenland or through other boat operators.

When you go ashore in Ilimanaq Lodge, you need to climb stairs at the pier, while you carry your own luggage.

The road in the settlement is uneven and there is approximately 300 meters from the reception and restaurant to the cabin area.

Coming ashore is not handicap friendly, and we do not recommend physically walking impaired to visit Ilimanaq Lodge.

In addition to the stay in the cabin, breakfast and baggage service is included in all stays.

It is recommended that you pack as lightly as possible when going to Ilimanaq.

You can find our packing list here

Ilimanaq Lodge is open from the middle of June until the middle of September when the frost sets in.

In June and July, you will experience midnight sun. August offers hourlong pastel-coloured sunsets. And in September you might be lucky enough and get to experience the dancing Aurora Borealis. 

In other words, all seasons of summer has its charms – and we love them all. 

Children are welcome in Ilimanaq Lodge, but please note that we don't offer a special children's menu and there are no high chairs, changing tables etc.