Ice fiords, hiking, heliskiing, small settlements, northern lights, and boat rides combine to make East Greenland a year round destination.
Highlights of East Greenland
From $1.990 per person
This tour will introduce you to the Greenland Highlights; Ice and Icefjords, impressive glaciers, an insight in the Inuit way of life in an East Greenlandic town and village and maybe even the sound and sight of a whale. You'll see icebergs in a variety of styles - from white streaked with charcoal-black soot, to translucent formations resembling glass and gorgeous chunks of powder blue.
Ammassalik East Greenland Tour
2 nights or more, from April through September
Visit Ammassalik, the largest village in East Greenland, just south of the Arctic Circle. Enjoy taking long and short walks in the beautiful surrounding valley. Ammassalik is the largest town in East Greenland with about 1,400 residents. It lies just south of the Arctic Circle, boasting long hours of daylight in summer and the splendor of the Northern Lights in winter. The town is beautifully situated in a protective fjord with high mountains on all sides. It is split in two by a river, which flows through the valley of flowers behind the town. This valley has a unique variety of Arctic flora, and is an ideal place for walks of all lengths. Ammassalik is only a 10-minute helicopter ride from Kulusuk, but this short flight is one of the most scenic expeditions imaginable as you cross the ice-filled sea separating these two mountainous islands. Minimum stay for this package are 2 nights, however you can extend your stay as you like.
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