We spent 3 days here and were lucky enough to stay in one of the 4 Comfort Huts which have their own bathrooms, solar power and running water. They are perched on the cliff top overlooking the glacier and you can sit on the balcony...更多
As an arctic traveller and nature lover it is absolutely a must to at least stay one night at Ice Camp Eqi. Although if you have the time, then more nights are recommended. Not being disturbed by phone calls, emails, updates on social media or...更多
To be honest, especially for Asians, if you choose to sleep in the standard hut then be fully prepared that there will be no running water or toilet or charging point in your cabin. You need to walk up to the restaurant to charge your...更多
Gets you back to nature; not a place for you if you carry injuries or are less fit. Take insect repellant and netting to cope with the midges when outdoors. We found the staff extremely accommodating and friendly.更多
Beautiful lodges in the most spectacular setting, with view on sea and glacier. Surely, a highlight on every Greenland. It should deserve a score of 5+.
But staff is unfriendly, not helpful, run it as a boy scout camp, and food is not exciting at...更多
Do you have lodging available for 2 people between 19 and 25 July 2017 for 1-2 nights? Thanks!
Jurriaan & Dora
Hi Eqi staff and JAHNYC, A recent review of an eco cabin states that there is not dry toilet in those cabins. However, your picture shows a separate small "bathroom" with an out-house style dry toilet. Are there two different types of eco cabins? Thanks!