8 Day Tour Ittoqqortormiit in Greenland
Ittoqqortoormiit village in Greenland will give you an excellent opportunity to observe and learn about life in an Inuit village, where hunting is still essential to the existence of the small community. Experience different activities in Ittoqqortoormiit or simply relax and enjoy the tranquillity of life in the Arctic.
- A glimpse into the Inuit way of life
- Ittoqqortoormiit village
- Scenic helicopter flight to the village
- Views of icebergs and glaciers
- Arctic nature
- Hiking and boat tours
Day 1: Take the morning flight from Reykjavik to Akureyri where the passengers for Greenland need to change to a smaller aircraft (Twin Otter or King Air B200) to continue to Greenland. After arrival in Constable Point (Nerlerit Inaat) there is another exciting trip waiting: a 15-minute helicopter flight to Ittoqqortoormiit village. Upon arrival in the village, a representative of the guesthouse will meet you and take you to your accommodation.
Day 2 – 7: Free time in Ittoqqortoormiit. During your stay you the possibility to visit the museum, have a look at the church, handicrafts workshop or take a walk through the village observing the local people at their daily routine. There is also a possibility of various activities.
Options in summertime:
* hiking in the village and nearby area
* sailing to Kap Hope, Kap Tobin or Kap Swainsson (pack-ice permitting late July and August).
Day 8: Time to get ready for departure. Another short helicopter ride with fascinating views of mountains and glaciers of Liverpool Land and the Hurry fjord as you return to Nerlerit Inaat airport. Flight back to Iceland and another night’s stay in Reykjavik.
Dates and prices
Price per person from (July – September):
4 days /3 nights: EUR 1925
5 days /4 nights: EUR 1995
8 days /7 nights: EUR 2210
Single room supplement – per night: EUR 40
– Return flights Reykjavík-Constable Point (CNP) / via Akureyri
– Helicopter CNP-Ittoqqortoormiit-CNP
– Airport taxes
– Accommodation in Ittoqqortoormiit, in a double/twin room, shared facilities, self-catering
Good to know
Polar Bears are not strangers to this part of the world. When you decide to go off on your own, please let someone know about your programme, and at all times carry signal flares when walking alone. They can be purchased at the local store.
Depending on the day of the week the flight is either operated from Reykjavík domestic airport direct to Nerlerit Inaat (CNP) or via Akureyri where the passengers change to another aircraft.
It is possible to take a shorter tour then 8 Day Tour. Prices above. For more information send email to Nonni Travel at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Bring warm clothes and walking shoes.
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