Nanortalik, Greenland Port Reviews Cruises


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by ColoradoSteve

A small village of 1,000 people. The port facilities can only handle one tender at a time. We spent 2 1/2 hours total waiting time for a two hour walking tour on our own. Big ships should NOT go here.

Visited: Aug 19, 2019

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by Dassel

We went on an excursion to see the icebergs. In a small boat (6 people). You get a warm overall so you keep nice and warm. The icebergs were amazing! The town itself is not much, so it's wise to book an excursion here


by glomarrone

This small town is easily seen on foot. Not much to do here but the town is rugged and interesting. There was a gift shop where everyone stopped in to buy souvenirs. Be sure to see the dancing show put on for visitors. There is lots of opportunities for photographs but the area is hilly.

Visited: Aug 02, 2017

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by mudslidemary12

There was not much to see here. Did self walking tour to museum and church. Lots of locals along the way selling their wares. The tender situation was ridiculous. Not really Princess fault, Greenland would only allow 1 tender to dock at a time. So there were like 4 to 5 tenders waiting in line with passengers waiting to get on land. The wait to get back on the ship was even worse. We stood in a line for about 1 1/2 hours to get back to ship. Princess did come around and serve hot chocolate to those who wanted it. I probably would never visit Greenland again.

Visited: Aug 19, 2019

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by charlie1030

We were able to say that we got off the ship in Greenland but there were no tours offered from the ship. The port was small and after a half an hour after visiting the local gift shop, we went back to get on the tender and return to the ship. Again, the only plus was being able to say that we visited Greenland

Visited: Aug 23, 2017

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