Kulusuk is the gateway to East Greenland and the small settlement is an excellent introduction to the way of life of the Ammassalik area. Kulusuk lies actually on a small island between rugged shaped mountains and long fjords, and is almost always surrounded by icebergs and bright Arctic Ocean. Some of the east coast's most skillful craftsmen, whose tupilaks are of exceptional quality can be found here. Hunting and fishing tradition are still the main source for livelihood for many families in the area. It is possible to see huge glaciers and floating icebergs. All in all, a rich presentation of modern life in a remote arctic village on the east coast of Greenland characterized by its Inuit traditions can be embraced here.
- Domestic Flight transfer: Reykjavik - Kulusuk – Reykjavik, including taxes is included within the package.
- Warm drinks on board aircraft is provided.
- Guided day tour is included.
- Travel insurance is not included with this excursion. Buying additional travel insurance is highly recommended.
- Please note that lunch or refreshments are not included within the package.
You can stroll about the village and meet some of the 250 local residents and view their quality crafts. In the tiny village of Kulusuk you will get a good glimpse of the everyday life on the east coast of Greenland. A private museum that presents many of the arctic traditions used by the pioneers that inhabited this remote area can be visited. After the museum, visit the beautiful church of Kulusuk, the unforgettable cemetery and if the weather allows see the traditional Inuit drum-dancing show. On your return flight to Reykjavík you can enjoy a spectacular view over huge glaciers and floating icebergs.