3 days in the amazing nature of East Greenland
We arrive in Kulusuk from where a helicopter takes us on a breathtaking, scenic ride to Tasiilaq. You can spend the afternoon in the picturesque town of Tasiilaq learning about the way of life in this remote part of Greenland and hiking in the mountains around the town, where you have a breathtaking view over the area. The next morning we take a boat trip up the Ammassalik fjord with our guide (optional). With a little bit of luck we might even spot some whales deep in the fjord. The first stop on this trip is Ikatek, the fascinating, deserted American base. From there we sail further into the fjord to the Knud Rasmussen Glacier, where we will turn off the engine in order to enjoy the captivating glacier view. On the following day the helicopter will take you back to Kulusuk where your plane leaves for Reykjavík.
Reykjavík - Kulusuk - Tasiilaq
Tasiilaq - Optional boat tour to Knud Rasmussen Glacier
Tasiilaq - Kulusuk - Reykjavík
Prices and dates
Price per person from:
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June 15, 2021 – September 15, 2021 (available)
- return flight Reykjavík/Kulusuk
- airport taxes
- helicopter transfer Kulusuk/Tasiilaq/Kulusuk
- accommodation in Tasiilaq
Flexible booking conditions:
You would like to plan and book your Greenland adventure with us, but feel insecure in regard to the further developments concerning the Corona virus. Please feel free to request your desired tour and we will send you information about possible flexible booking conditions along with your individual offer.
Type of trip:
This pre-arranged adventure is an individual trip, meaning you are discovering Greenland on your own but joining selected guided group activities during your stay. You will receive comprehensive travel information such as where and when to meet for the activities.
Flights from Reykjavik to Kulusuk are included.
Day 1: Reykjavík - Kulusuk - Tasiilaq
Your Greenland adventure starts from the domestic airport of Reykjavík from where you will take your flight to the remote East Greenland. After only 2 hours flight, you arrive in Kulusuk. You will then continue with a short helicopter transfer to Tasiilaq, the main town of East Greenland. In the afternoon, you could visit the town or go hiking to have a great view over the bay. Night in Tasiilaq.
Day 2: Free day in Tasiilaq or optional sailing to Knud Rasmussen Glacier
Today we will sail into the Ammassalik Fjord. With a little luck we will spot some whales on our tour. Our first stop will be the deserted American army base Ikateq. From there we continue to the Knud Rasmussen glacier where we will turn of the engine and enjoy the great view. Lunch will be served on board the boat. Night in Tasiilaq.
Day 3: Tasiilaq - Kulusuk - Reykjavík
After breakfast, you will fly back to Iceland with a stop in Kulusuk.
What our customers say
insight in Inuit culture
I've really enjoyed my staying at the guesthouse: the staff was very kind and helpful beside providing us with insight in Inuit culture and society in their small community... Very interesting speeches. I strongly recommend staying at this Guesthouse !!!!
This was an experience of a life time. It has been 2 weeks since I have arrived home and I am still smiling. Thank you so very much for such an incredible adventure. Everything was literally perfect.
Very professional advice
- Very professional advice, loving preparation in spite of numerous change requests and perfect organization of the entire individual journey by Ásta Mercier.
- All flight and boat connections as well as the hotel bookings worked very well (the cancellation of the Ilimanaq tour was weather-dependent).
- All documents and travel documents were provided by Greenland Tours in good time before the start of the trip. Nothing was missing.
- Greenland Tours is always recommended by us at any time.
All adventure trips are undertaken on the responsibility of its participants. Greenland Tours does not assume any responsibility for accidents which are caused by its customers or can be traced to their own actions. Participants have to sign a waiver before undertaking all trips stating that they realise that all outdoor activities carry an inherent risk.