While it can be a temptation to limit yourself to just the local sights when holidaying in Sisimiut, remember, the surrounding region's treasure-trove of natural and man-made attractions lie just beyond your doorstep.
History enthusiasts will enjoy exploring the region's fascinating traditional villages, ruins and archeological sites. Greenland has been graced with some beautiful churches, sure to move all visitors, regardless of faith.
If you're the kind of traveler who prefers life's gentler pursuits while holidaying, Sisimiut offers great camping and bird watching. The wider region offer some fun outdoor options for energetic visitors with a love of watersports. Scuba diving and fishing are just two of the popular choices here.
To truly understand the area in which you are traveling, make sure you stop in at the region's cafés and restaurants. These are great places to get to know local residents as well as sample local specialities. Some of the variety of elements often used in this part of the world are walrus and cucumbers. Half dried cod and summer casserole with halibut (fish) are common dishes enjoyed by visitors and residents. Finish off with ice cream, a common dessert. The restaurants in this region often have Nanook pale ale, so order one if you enjoy good beer. Are you an adventurous traveler? Why not a local favorite drink such as Velvet Arctic gin?.
Good holidays are about making new friends and doing things differently to at home. Sisimiut is a good choice for doing exactly that.