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 Kulusuk - 2 days or more 1 May 2016 -
30 Sep 2016

The Kulusuk area is a nature lover's paradise. The island is situated east of the entrance to the spectacular ice filled Ammassalik fjord, where the main settlement of the primitive Ammassalik Inuits was discovered in 1884. Travellers stay at Hotel Kulusuk, which has rooms with private facilities, tv, restaurant, bar, souvenir shop and currency exchange.

Day 1
Flight from Reykjavík domestic airport to Kulusuk. Afterwards check in at Hotel Kulusuk for an overnight stay.

Day 2
Morning at leisure or time for optional excursions. Afternoon flight from Kulusuk to Reykjavík.


Please note:
  • Travel in Greenland is independent travel without guidance, except for optional tours.
  • Optional excursions are booked and paid on site
  • We recommend that our guests bring hand luggage only (preferably a backpack) on this 2 days Kulusuk package.
  • During the shoulder/winter seasons, the flight schedule to/from Greenland is limited - passengers may need to add extra nights to their stay
 
A note about travelling 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 stay.


  Shoulder seasons:
             
April, May and September
 High season:
June, July and
August
 Kulusuk Tour, 1 night with facilities from 105.480 ISK (Double room) from 109.575 ISK (Double room)
 Extra night, per person 21.840 ISK (Double room) 25.935 ISK (Double room)
Single supplement per night
4.095 ISK
4.095 ISK

 
Note:

Due to high demand of this tour, it is imperative that you book at least 4 weeks prior to tour departure. Bookings made on shorter notice cannot be guaranteed.                
Prices are subject to availability and can change without notice.
We reserve the right to add any surcharges for flight and/or taxes should there be an increase from the airline.


 
Included:
Return flight to Kulusuk  incl. airport taxes
Light refreshment on board aircraft
1 night at Hotel Kulusuk with private facilities and full board ( breakfast, lunch, dinner )

 
Excluded:
Optional tours
 
Complimentary:
Airport transfer from your hotel in Reykjavik capital area to Reykjavik Domestic Airport

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