Hotel Kulusuk

Address: Kulusuk Airport, Kulusuk, 3915, Greenland | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Kulusuk Airport, Kulusuk.
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        Travel Blogs from Kulusuk

        The not so green side of Greenland

        A travel blog entry by aussiepanda on Aug 31, 2015

        27 photos

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        Walking up the hill from the jetty there’s a house up on the hill with a polar bear skin drying on a rack outside their front door.

        We visited the small museum that had a narwhal and a walrus skull on display. Both so bizarre. The narwhal skull was of a very rare beast as its right tooth (they have two upper teeth) had also punched out through its skull to form a second ‘tusk’.

        We went ...

        Whale Watching Earlybird

        A travel blog entry by clementinelarue on Aug 20, 2015

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        Well, if there ever was a wind that could slap the freckles off my face, this is it. To think that not two weeks ago, I was jumping off a pier in Norway, dodging jellyfish and eating melting chocolate brownie cake outside. Senseless I tell you.

        Now, I'm wrapped up like a baby monkey in an ice bath, peering cautiously at a selection of traditional Greenlandish mountains ...

        Kulusuk, an island on east coast of Greenland

        A travel blog entry by southernsun on Jul 15, 2015

        24 photos

        After a hearty breakfast I headed to the airport to get latest weather and prepare to fly to Kulusuk, on the east coast of Greenland, only 400 miles or about a 5 hour flight. It is the closest airport in Greenland to Reykavik and will then follow the coast over the next couple of days. The conditions were looking good, but there was a queue for the fuel bowser, so I ...


        A travel blog entry by dan51284 on Aug 15, 2014


        The route from West to East Greenland would take us around Cape Farewell locally known as Uummannarsuaq. Usually this stretch of ocean is hard sailing against the wind with a high sea state, we struck lucky, the ocean was flat, no wind and great visibility. Not only did this make cooking crew meals a lot easier whilst on mother watch as opposed to leaning like Michael Jackson over a hot kettle, but it also increased the chance of spotting a whale. ...

        Bye-bye Tasiilaq!

        A travel blog entry by momo86 on Aug 06, 2012

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        For the evening, I was invited to a surprise party for one of our colleagues who had had a rough time. There were lots of my Greenlandic colleagues, his family and other friends. Adu was really surprised – he hadn’t had any idea that something was going on. We all had a barbecue together and then spent ...