PER PERSON :
$ 1,960.00 (double occupancy)
$ 2,210.00 (single occupancy)
$ 205.00 (superior room supplement)
When visiting Greenland, most people want to see the icebergs, and the destination to see icebergs is without a doubt Ilulissat. Due to the town's location north of the Polar Circle there is also a good chance of seeing Northern Lights in Ilulissat.
The Arctic winter landscape opens up beneath you just before the flight lands in Ilulissat, and even before you have set foot in the small Greenlandic town, you will understand why Ilulissat Ice Fjord is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Travelling by dog sledge with your Inuit hunter to isolated villages or to the fishing grounds on the frozen fjords is a journey into the world of the old polar explorers.
Iceberg cruises on the Ilulissat Fjord provide the perfect opportunity to get close to these gigantic sculptures created by nature.
Air Iceland flight from Reykjavík domestic airport to Ilulissat in West Greenland, about 3 hours. Meet and greet and transfer to the hotel for information meeting and guided city walk. You have some time to explore the town, visit the local museum and observe Greenlandic life at the always busy harbour. After a welcome dinner, you should step into the darkness and check if the Northern Lights are visible. These spectacular sky-light shows are also known as the Aurora Borealis and are frequently seen in Greenland from September through April on clear and crisp nights. White and green are usually the dominant colors of Northern Lights but sometimes there are considerable color variations. They are ephemeral, however, sightings are not guaranteed. Overnight in Ilulissat (B, D)
Optional tours all day. Overnight in Ilulissat (B)
Optional tours all day. Overnight in Ilulissat (B, D)
Air Iceland flight to Reykjavik around noon. (B)