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Greenland is the frontier of the natural and human world. The world's largest island is an immense mass of ice between Scandinavia, North America and the North Pole.
For millenia it has only been populated by the indigenous Eskimo seal hunters living on pockets of coastal ice-free land as a supreme testament to man's adaptability. Hidden behind impenetrable sea-ice most of the year, the east coast of Greenland has been inaccessible until modern times. The advent of air travel now makes it possible to experience the savage natural beauty and fascinating unique culture of one of the last places on earth.
Barely 2 hours' flying time from Iceland, Greenland's scenic grandeur and unique local traditions are within easy reach at Hotel Kulusuk.
Hotel Kulusuk is scenically located on the shore of Greenland's eastern extremity, Kulusuk (Kap Dan). The hotel is a few minutes' drive from the gateway to East Greenland, Kulusuk Airport, which has been recently modernised and offers Tax-Free Sales (modern goods as well as local handicraft etc) both to arriving and departing passengers.