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 Ammassalik - 3 days / 2 nights 1 Apr 2016 -
30 Sep 2016
Ammassalik is the largest town in East Greenland with about 1,400 residents. It lies just south of the Arctic Circle and boasts long hours of daylight in the summer and the splendor of the northern lights in the winter.

Ammassalik is only a 10-minute helicopter ride from Kulusuk, but this short flight is incredibly scenic imaginable as you cross the ice-filled fjord separating these two mountainous islands.

Travelers stay at Hotel Ammassalik, which was established in 1973 and renovated in 2012. The hotel is fully modernised, yet retains its friendly, informal style.which offers twin bedded rooms with private facilities, shower, WC,TV, restaurant, bar, souvenir shop, currency exchange, as well as information service. Upon arrival in Ammassalik you can choose from a number of exciting guided excursions.

Day 1:

Flight from Reykjavík to Kulusuk and then a short 10 minutes flight to Ammassalik with a helicopter. Overnight in Hotel Ammassalik.

Day 2:

Free day for optional excursions.

Day 3:

Helicopter from Ammassalik to Kulusuk and continue with an afternoon flight to Reykjavík.
Optional excursions: Booked and paid on site

A note about travel to Greenland

Greenland offers a somewhat different type of travel experience than you might expect. Its remote location and island status means that virtually all items must be imported; hence, even everyday items cost more than they do even in Iceland or Denmark (which Greenland is a part of).
Also, accommodations tend to be small in size (again, because of high cost of importing building materials), and service often is more relaxed than you will find elsewhere. Still, Greenland is a fascinating and breathtaking destination, and we’re confident that its amazing natural wonders will mitigate any minor inconveniences you may experience during your brief stay.
Please note: Travel in Greenland is independent travel without guidance, except for optional tours.

Price per person

Apr 1 -  May 31
 Jun 2 - Aug 31
Sep 1 - Sep 30 
 Ammassalik, 2 nights without facilities
 166.544 ISK
 187.647 ISK
 166.544 ISK
 Extra night, per person
 15.015 ISK
 19.110 ISK
 15.015 ISK
 Single supplement pr. night
 5.460 ISK
 6.825 ISK
 5.460 ISK
 Ammassalik, 2 nights with facilities 
 177.464 ISK
177.464 ISK
 Extra night, per person
 20.475 ISK 
 24.570 ISK
20.475 ISK 
 Single supplement pr. night
 5.460 ISK 
 6.825 ISK
 5.460 ISK
Price is based on 2 passengers sharing a double/twin room - single passengers need to pay a supplement fee. 

The season is from 1 March to 30 September. There are daily flights from 1 July to 6 September. In June there are flights all days except Sundays. In March, April, May and September there are flights on Wednesdays and Saturdays

Due to the high demand of this tour, it is imperative that you book at least 4 weeks prior to tour departure during the high season. Prices are subject to availability.
  • Flight: Reykjavik - Kulusuk – Reykjavik
  • Helicopter transfer Kulusuk - Ammassalik – Kulusuk
  • 2 nights at Hotel Ammassalik in double room w/ private facilities and full board (breakfast, lunch, dinner)
  • Light refreshments on board aircraft
  • Airport taxes

  • Optional activities
  • Any service not specified under "included"
  • Transfer from hotel in Reykjavik to the Domestic Airport 

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