Tailored packages

Tailored packages at net rates

Here you will find a variety of programs covering the most popular places in Greenland. Almost all programs are subject to changes and almost all can be combined to fit the needs of your client. Therefore, you should see these itineraries as suggestions based on our knowledge of what travelers find appealing.

 

Tailored tours for both groups and FIT

Compared to almost all other destinations worldwide Greenland is very limited when it comes to space on accommodation, excursions and transportation. Especially on the most popular places like Ilulissat, Eqi and Kangerlussuaq. During the summer period from May to September, rooms are normally sold out many months ahead.

We are the biggest agency in the world with a primary focus on selling Greenland, which also makes us able to secure space for our clients. We strive to be the best, both for our customers and for you as our agent, hence we are normally always to meet the requests from our agents.

Our access to both our parent company Air Greenland and to Air Iceland Connect is good, and we prefer to include flights to/from Greenland in the products we sell. However, if you prefer to take care of this part on your own we can still handle land operations.

Below you find basic itineraries to popular destinations. Check the Excursions to see how you can fill in the days with exciting and beautiful adventures for your guests (these excursions are not included in the package price).

 

How to book?

Contact us at team@greenland-travel.com

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Ilulissat in the Northern part of Greenland

Itinerary: 3 days, 2 nights

 

There are many beautiful towns in Greenland, each with their own distinctive character that makes them unique. The town of Ilulissat in the Disko Bay is the most popular and sought after among tourists. Greenland’s third largest town has a lot of exciting things on offer in the form of great hotels and restaurants of high international class and great atmosphere. Sailing among icebergs and whales are popular in the summer and sailing and dogsledding are very popular in winter.

However, it is indeed the Ilulissat’s location that makes it so popular: It is situated right next to the world famous Ilulissat Icefjord, a UNESCO World Heritage site.

 

How to get there

Flight from Reykjavik International Airport in Iceland or Copenhagen Airport in Denmark.

Flights are add-ons to the package.

 

Where to stay

Your guests will stay in Superior Rooms(Qajaq) at the Hotel Arctic. Hotel Arctic is the world’s northernmost 4-star hotel with 5-star conference center. The hotel is located on the edge of the town and about a 15-minute walk from the center with an excellent view of the bay. There is also a free shuttlebus to/from the hotel.

Superior Rooms all have views of the sea and the room is equipped with everything to make your guests’ stay extra enjoyable: 32’’ Loewe TV, free DVD movies, trouser press, mini bar and a café set with coffee and tea. Superior Rooms are spacious and have paintings by the Greenlandic artist Miki Jacobsen.

 

Read more about Hotel Arctic.

Other accommodation is also available on request.

 

Day 1

On their first day, guests fly in from Iceland or Denmark. After landing in Ilulissat, your guests are picked up by hotel representatives and transferred to the hotel (included in the price).

At the hotel, an information meeting will be held by one of our destination guides. They will brief your guests about the town, the area, and dining and excursion possibilities (included in the price).

We recommend that guests take a guided tour of the town (not included in the price). They will learn about the history of Ilulissat and experience its many interesting aspects; one of which being the many ever-present sled dogs that live here. Your guest can also consider visiting the museum and the church.

In the evening, a wonderful welcome dinner is served at the hotel, allowing your guests to get acquainted with a tasteful bite of Greenland (not included in the price).

 

Day 2

There is an abundance of activities in Ilulissat. The area boasts ancient Inuit ruins, whales, gigantic Icebergs, and colorful settlements.

Go to our Excursions section and check out the excursions for Ilulissat in summer or winter. We recommend hiking to Sermermiut and sailing on the Ice Fjord after dinner (dinner and excursions not included in the price).

Your guest can also take a stroll on their own to the busy harbor close to the hotel.

 

Day 3

In the morning it is time to say goodbye to Ilulissat and Greenland. Your guests will depart from Ilulissat to Kangerlussuaq and fly on to either Reykjavik or Copenhagen.

Itinerary: 4 days, 3 nights

 

There are many beautiful towns in Greenland, each with their own distinctive character that makes them unique. The town of Ilulissat in the Disko Bay is the most popular and sought after among tourists. Greenland’s third largest town has a lot of exciting things on offer in the form of great hotels and restaurants of high international class and great atmosphere. Sailing among icebergs and whales are popular in the summer and sailing and dogsledding are very popular in winter.

However, it is indeed the Ilulissat’s location that makes it so popular: It is situated right next to the world famous Ilulissat Icefjord, a UNESCO World Heritage site.

 

How to get there

Flight from Reykjavik International Airport in Iceland or Copenhagen Airport in Denmark.

Flights are add-ons to the package.

 

Where to stay

Your guests will stay in Superior (Qajaq) Rooms at the Hotel Arctic. Hotel Arctic is the world’s northernmost 4-star hotel with 5-star conference center. The hotel is located on the edge of the town and about a 15-minute walk from the center with an excellent view of the bay. There is also a free shuttlebus to/from the hotel.

Superior Rooms all have views of the sea and the room is equipped with everything to make your guests’ stay extra enjoyable: 32’’ Loewe TV, free DVD movies, trouser press, mini bar and a café set with coffee and tea. Superior Rooms are spacious and have paintings by the Greenlandic artist Miki Jacobsen.

 

Read more about Hotel Arctic.

Other accommodation is also available on request.

 

Day 1

On their first day, guests fly in from Iceland or Denmark. After landing in Ilulissat, your guests are picked up by hotel representatives and transferred to the hotel (included in the price).

At the hotel, an information meeting will be held by one of our destination guides. They will brief your guests about the town, the area, and dining and excursion possibilities (included in the price).

We recommend that guests take a guided tour of the town (not included). They will learn about the history of Ilulissat and experience its many interesting aspects; one of which being the many ever-present sled dogs that live here. Your guest can also consider visiting the museum and the church.

In the evening, a wonderful welcome dinner is served at the hotel, allowing your guests to get acquainted with a tasteful bite of Greenland (not included).

 

Day 2

There is an abundance of activities in Ilulissat. The area boasts ancient Inuit ruins, whales, gigantic Icebergs, and colorful settlements.

Go to our Excursions section and check out the excursions for Ilulissat in summer or winter. We recommend hiking to Sermermiut and sailing on the Ice Fjord after dinner.

Your guest can also take a stroll on their own to the busy harbor close to the hotel.

 

Day 3

On their third day, your guest should consider a day boat trip to the calving glacier at Eqi or a visit to the settlement of Ilimanaq. See the Excursions section.

 

Day 4

In the morning it is time to say goodbye to Ilulissat and Greenland. Your guests will depart from Ilulissat to Kangerlussuaq and fly on to either Reykjavik or Copenhagen.

Itinerary: 5 days, 4 nights

 

There are many beautiful towns in Greenland, each with their own distinctive character that makes them unique. The town of Ilulissat in the Disko Bay is the most popular and sought after among tourists. Greenland’s third largest town has a lot of exciting things on offer in the form of great hotels and restaurants of high international class and great atmosphere. Sailing among icebergs and whales are popular in the summer and sailing and dogsledding are very popular in winter.

However, it is indeed the Ilulissat’s location that makes it so popular: It is situated right next to the world famous Ilulissat Icefjord, a UNESCO World Heritage site.

 

How to get there

Flight from Reykjavik International Airport in Iceland or Copenhagen Airport in Denmark.

Flights are add-ons to the package.

 

Where to stay

Your guests will stay in Superior (Qajaq) Rooms at the Hotel Arctic. Hotel Arctic is the world’s northernmost 4-star hotel with 5-star conference center. The hotel is located on the edge of the town and about a 15-minute walk from the center with an excellent view of the bay. There is also a free shuttlebus to/from the hotel.

Superior Rooms all have views of the sea and the room is equipped with everything to make your guests’ stay extra enjoyable: 32’’ Loewe TV, free DVD movies, trouser press, mini bar and a café set with coffee and tea. Superior Rooms are spacious and have paintings by the Greenlandic artist Miki Jacobsen.

 

Read more about Hotel Arctic.

Other accommodation is also available on request.

 

Day 1

On their first day, guests fly in from Iceland or Denmark. After landing in Ilulissat, your guests are picked up by hotel representatives and transferred to the hotel (included in the price).

At the hotel, an information meeting will be held by one of our destination guides. They will brief your guests about the town, the area, and dining and excursion possibilities (included in the price).

We recommend that guests take a guided tour of the town (not included). They will learn about the history of Ilulissat and experience its many interesting aspects; one of which being the many ever-present sled dogs that live here. Your guest can also consider visiting the museum and the church.

In the evening, a wonderful welcome dinner is served at the hotel, allowing your guests to get acquainted with a tasteful bite of Greenland (not included).

 

Day 2

There is an abundance of activities in Ilulissat. The area boasts ancient Inuit ruins, whales, gigantic Icebergs, and colorful settlements.

Go to our Excursions section and check out the excursions for Ilulissat in summer or winter. We recommend hiking to Sermermiut and sailing on the Ice Fjord after dinner.

Your guest can also take a stroll on their own to the busy harbor close to the hotel.

 

Days 3-4

If your guests have more than a few days in Ilulissat, we suggest they try an overnight stay in either Glacier Camp Eqi or Ilimanaq Lodge.

 

Read more about this under the menu item “camps”.

 

Day 5

In the morning it is time to say goodbye to Ilulissat and Greenland. Your guests will depart from Ilulissat to Kangerlussuaq and fly on to either Reykjavik or Copenhagen.

Kangerlussuaq in the western part of Greenland

Itinerary: 3 days, 2 nights

Kangerlussuaq is the busiest village in Greenland where 500 citizens make sure that life in Greenland’s traffic hub is going according to plan. The surrounding area is quite spectacular, which your guests should definitely explore.

The Ice Cap is located 25 kilometers from Kangerlussuaq, and your guests should not miss out on this icy experience. Your guests can make a stop and enjoy a barbecue near the wall of ice or go up on the ice.

The northern lights are very powerful in spring, winter and autumn. In Kangerlussuaq, you do not have to travel far to get away from artificial lighting, which is ideal to get the best possible view of the northern lights or the starry sky.

Kangerlussuaq also has rich wildlife. The best-known species are probably the musk oxen, the reindeer and the white fox. If your guests are here in winter, they should definitely try setting out on a dogsled ride.

 

How to get there

Flight from Reykjavik International Airport in Iceland or Copenhagen Airport in Denmark.

Flights are add-ons to the package.

 

Where to stay

Your guests will stay at Hotel Kangerlussuaq. The hotel is situated in the airport building, so guests just have to take their luggage from the baggage belt and carry it to the reception. Rooms are spacious, and they have a view either to Mount Hassel or over the town and surroundings.

 

Read more about Hotel Kangerlussuaq.

Other accommodation is also available on request.

 

Day 1

Guest arrive from Copenhagen or Reykjavik and are checked into the hotel. This is followed by a information meeting, conducted by our partners in Kangerlussuaq.

After check-in, our partners in Kangerlussuaq arranges an information meeting where your guests will get further information about the exciting Kangerlussuaq area and its many excursion options.

After this, an option is to experience the old American airbase on a guided tour by bus, giving your guests an insight into the area’s fascinating history and nature.

The area around Kangerlussuaq is the only inhabited place in Greenland’s inland. The climate is continental with very stable weather conditions. Orginally, this was also the main reason the Americans chose this place for the military base. If you go for a walk in the area, there are still remnants to see from that time (not included).

At night, dinner at the Restaurant Roklubben is always a welcome adventure. It lies by a lake, a short drive from the hotel. Alternatively, the hotel also has a restaurant and a cafeteria.

 

Day 2

On Day 2, we recommend a trip to the Ice Cap Point 660, which gives your guests a unique opportunity to stand on top of ice that is many, many feet thick and very old!

 

Excursion to the Ice Cap

The Greenland Ice Cap is the second largest ice sheet in the world and covers 80 per cent of Greenland – proportional to 40 times the area of Denmark – and has, at all times, attracted expeditions and researchers. And with good reason. It is a truly unique experience to look at the enormous field of ice and feel the forces of nature. Along the way, we pass the spectacular Russell glacier – another breathtaking sight with its vertical ice wall of up to 60 meters (not included).

 

Northern Lights

If your guests travel in the season for northern lights, They should embrace the opportunity to witness this phenomenon. Kangerlussuaq is one of the best places to see northern lights in Greenland because of a very stable climate. A guide will drive away from the base into the dark night and await the stunning sight of nature’s own light show. To see the fluttering curtain of light in various shades of green is an unforgettable sight.

 

Day 3

On Day 3, it’s time to fly back to either Copenhagen or Reykjavik. A short trip like this can be combined with a few days in either of those cities.

Itinerary: 4 days, 3 nights

Kangerlussuaq is the busiest village in Greenland where 500 citizens make sure that life in Greenland’s traffic hub is going according to plan. The surrounding area is quite spectacular, which your guests should definitely explore.

The Ice Cap is located 25 kilometers from Kangerlussuaq, and your guests should not miss out on this icy experience. Your guests can make a stop and enjoy a barbecue near the wall of ice or go up on the ice.

The northern lights are very powerful in spring, winter and autumn. In Kangerlussuaq, you do not have to travel far to get away from artificial lighting, which is ideal to get the best possible view of the northern lights or the starry sky.

Kangerlussuaq also has rich wildlife. The best-known species are probably the musk oxen, the reindeer and the white fox. If your guests are here in winter, they should definitely try setting out on a dogsled ride.

 

How to get there

Flight from Reykjavik International Airport in Iceland or Copenhagen Airport in Denmark.

Flights are add-ons to the package.

 

Where to stay

Your guests will stay at Hotel Kangerlussuaq. The hotel is situated in the airport building, so guests just have to take their luggage from the baggage belt and carry it to the reception. Rooms are spacious, and they have a view either to Mount Hassel or over the town and surroundings.

 

Read more about Hotel Kangerlussuaq.

Other accommodation is also available on request.

 

Day 1

Guest arrive from Copenhagen or Reykjavik and are checked into the hotel. This is followed by a information meeting, conducted by our partners in Kangerlussuaq.

After check-in, our partners in Kangerlussuaq arranges an information meeting where your guests will get further information about the exciting Kangerlussuaq area and its many excursion options.

After this, an option is to experience the old American airbase on a guided tour by bus, giving your guests an insight into the area’s fascinating history and nature.

The area around Kangerlussuaq is the only inhabited place in Greenland’s inland. The climate is continental with very stable weather conditions. Orginally, this was also the main reason the Americans chose this place for the military base. If you go for a walk in the area, there are still remnants to see from that time (not included).

At night, dinner at the Restaurant Roklubben is always a welcome adventure. It lies by a lake, a short drive from the hotel. Alternatively, the hotel also has a restaurant and a cafeteria.

 

Day 2

On Day 2, we recommend a trip to the Ice Cap Point 660, which gives your guests a unique opportunity to stand on top of ice that is many, many feet thick and very old!

 

Excursion to the Ice Cap

The Greenland Ice Cap is the second largest ice sheet in the world and covers 80 per cent of Greenland – proportional to 40 times the area of Denmark – and has, at all times, attracted expeditions and researchers. And with good reason. It is a truly unique experience to look at the enormous field of ice and feel the forces of nature. Along the way, we pass the spectacular Russell glacier – another breathtaking sight with its vertical ice wall of up to 60 meters (not included).

For the adventuresome, an overnight stay on the Greenland Ice Sheet is possible. Read about this adventure under the menu item “camps”.

 

Day 3

Another day with many opportunities, depending on the time of year your guests decide to travel.

 

Hiking to Garnet Rock

In summer, there are many hiking possibilities, e.g. a hike to the Garnet Rock. This tour begins with a drive (by car or bus) to the top of Tacan, a mountain shaped by the last ice age that offers excellent views of the surrounding area. From Tacan, the route goes around the Great Salt Lake. Most of the walk is descending, but a few hill climbs should be expected. After 2.5 to 3 hours, your guests will arrive at Garnet Rock. Now, it is time to put their hammer and chisel to good use as the search begins for semi-precious garnet gemstones.

 

Dogsledding

In winter, we highly recommend a two-hour dogsled trip. A dogsled trip across the frozen fjord is a wonderful and unique experience. Find the balance, sit back and enjoy nature and fresh air, wearing warm sealskin clothing – and always keep your camera at hand.

 

Northern Lights

If your guests travel in the season for northern lights, They should embrace the opportunity to witness this phenomenon. Kangerlussuaq is one of the best places to see northern lights in Greenland because of a very stable climate. A guide will drive away from the base into the dark night and await the stunning sight of nature’s own light show. To see the fluttering curtain of light in various shades of green is an unforgettable sight.

 

Day 4

On Day 4, it’s time to fly back to either Copenhagen or Reykjavik.

Itinerary: 5 days, 4 nights (combined with Sisimiut)

Kangerlussuaq is the busiest village in Greenland where 500 citizens make sure that life in Greenland’s traffic hub is going according to plan. The surrounding area is quite spectacular, which your guests should definitely explore.

The Ice Cap is located 25 kilometers from Kangerlussuaq, and your guests should not miss out on this icy experience. Your guests can make a stop and enjoy a barbecue near the wall of ice or go up on the ice.

The northern lights are very powerful in spring, winter and autumn. In Kangerlussuaq, you do not have to travel far to get away from artificial lighting, which is ideal to get the best possible view of the northern lights or the starry sky.

Kangerlussuaq also has rich wildlife. The best-known species are probably the musk oxen, the reindeer and the white fox. If your guests are here in winter, they should definitely try setting out on a dogsled ride.

 

How to get there

Flight from Reykjavik International Airport in Iceland or Copenhagen Airport in Denmark.

Flights are add-ons to the package.

 

Where to stay

Your guests will stay at Hotel Kangerlussuaq. The hotel is situated in the airport building, so guests just have to take their luggage from the baggage belt and carry it to the reception. Rooms are spacious, and they have a view either to Mount Hassel or over the town and surroundings.

 

Read more about Hotel Kangerlussuaq.

Other accommodation is also available on request.

 

Day 1

Guest arrive from Copenhagen or Reykjavik and are checked into the hotel. This is followed by a information meeting, conducted by our partners in Kangerlussuaq.

After check-in, our partners in Kangerlussuaq arranges an information meeting where your guests will get further information about the exciting Kangerlussuaq area and its many excursion options.

After this, an option is to experience the old American airbase on a guided tour by bus, giving your guests an insight into the area’s fascinating history and nature.

The area around Kangerlussuaq is the only inhabited place in Greenland’s inland. The climate is continental with very stable weather conditions. Orginally, this was also the main reason the Americans chose this place for the military base. If you go for a walk in the area, there are still remnants to see from that time (not included).

At night, dinner at the Restaurant Roklubben is always a welcome adventure. It lies by a lake, a short drive from the hotel. Alternatively, the hotel also has a restaurant and a cafeteria.

 

Day 2

On Day 2, we recommend a trip to the Ice Cap Point 660, which gives your guests a unique opportunity to stand on top of ice that is many, many feet thick and very old!

 

Excursion to the Ice Cap

The Greenland Ice Cap is the second largest ice sheet in the world and covers 80 per cent of Greenland – proportional to 40 times the area of Denmark – and has, at all times, attracted expeditions and researchers. And with good reason. It is a truly unique experience to look at the enormous field of ice and feel the forces of nature. Along the way, we pass the spectacular Russell glacier – another breathtaking sight with its vertical ice wall of up to 60 meters (not included).

 

For the adventuresome, an overnight stay on the Greenland Ice Sheet is possible.Read about this adventure under the menu item “camps”.

 

Day 3

Another day with many opportunities, depending on the time of year your guests decide to travel.

 

Hiking to Garnet Rock

In summer, there are many hiking possibilities, e.g. a hike to the Garnet Rock. This tour begins with a drive (by car or bus) to the top of Tacan, a mountain shaped by the last ice age that offers excellent views of the surrounding area. From Tacan, the route goes around the Great Salt Lake. Most of the walk is descending, but a few hill climbs should be expected. After 2.5 to 3 hours, your guests will arrive at Garnet Rock. Now, it is time to put their hammer and chisel to good use as the search begins for semi-precious garnet gemstones.

 

Dogsledding

In winter, we highly recommend a two-hour dogsled trip. A dogsled trip across the frozen fjord is a wonderful and unique experience. Find the balance, sit back and enjoy nature and fresh air, wearing warm sealskin clothing – and always keep your camera at hand.

 

Northern Lights

If your guests travel in the season for northern lights, They should embrace the opportunity to witness this phenomenon. Kangerlussuaq is one of the best places to see northern lights in Greenland because of a very stable climate. A guide will drive away from the base into the dark night and await the stunning sight of nature’s own light show. To see the fluttering curtain of light in various shades of green is an unforgettable sight.

 

Day 4

On day 4, your guests will fly to Sisimiut and get to stay one night at Hotel Sisimiut. Alternatively, they may also go on Day 3 and spend two nights in Sisimiut.

Read more about Hotel Sisimiut.

 

Sisimiut offers plenty of opportunities that are highly unusual. Your guests will find a wide range of options for being active in nature, either by taking relatively relaxed hikes or checking out activities for the more hard-core travelers. Sisimiut is the second largest town in Greenland.

The people of Sisimiut have an amazing self-confidence, making them less reserved than other Greenlanders. This gives the town its wonderful atmosphere and nightlife with lots of fun.

 

Summer sailing

Just like anywhere else in Greenland, the harbor is bustling with life during summer. Sisimiut is an important fishing town in Greenland, making the harbor quite lively all year round. But during summer, the busy fishermen lie side by side with the many yachters who are preparing their boats for weekend and evening outings. Your guests can get out on the water here, too, through tours arranged by the hotel.

 

Hiking

Sisimiut has trails for hiking in all degrees of difficulty. The easier trails take people through town itself and its outskirts as well as into the mountains, where they will reach the upper air and find spectacular vantage points. Sisimiut brands itself with these three words: ‘Rough. Real. Remote.’, which signal that you have a wide range of options for exposing yourself to the elements.

 

Winter sports

In the hinterland of Sisimiut, a lift will lead the way towards alpine skiing, and the many trails for cross-country skiing lie at your feet. Sisimiut is the southernmost town in Greenland where sled dogs are permitted, so both in town and especially outside of it, sled traffic can be dense. Many locals also enjoy racing their snow scooters out into the white wilderness.

 

The museum and culture

The museum in Sisimiut allows you to experience local history as well as some cultural historical treats, exhibiting early life in Greenland. Several places invite you to experience the production and sale of Greenlandic arts and crafts. The people of Sisimiut enjoy making new things and you will be able to discover interesting stores selling everything under the sun. Another special place is Qiviut, producing and exporting loads of wool from musk oxen. This wool makes for some of the warmest and softest products you can imagine.

At the Taseralik Arts Centre, you can experience concerts, plays, films and much more, and its café offers a great view to enjoy while you have a drink or a bite to eat.

 

Day 5

On Day 5, it’s time to fly back to either Copenhagen or Reykjavik. Your guests will fly from Sisimiut back to Kangerlussuaq and change planes here.

Nuuk in the western part of Greenland

Itinerary: 3 days, 2 nights

 

Every day, all year round, people travel to Nuuk, the capital of Greenland, and make this town the busiest in Greenland. Nuuk is also the largest town in Greenland. With 17,000 citizens, the town has a lot to offer and actually feels like a small metropol.

Cultural life is definitely thriving in Nuuk, which is not only due to the architectural gem of the Katuaq Cultural Center in the heart of town, but due to the fact that the many people make it possible to practice all sorts of cultural activities. Nuuk has activities and offerings for both the cultural seeking visitor and the nature-loving visitor. The surroundings are perfect for sailing excursions, whale watching and hiking tours however mostly in spring, summer and autumn. In wintertime, skiing and snowboarding is the thing.

 

How to get there

Flight from Reykjavik International Airport in Iceland or Copenhagen Airport in Denmark. Change of planes in Kangerlussuaq along the way.

Flights are add-ons to the package.

 

Where to stay

Hotel Hans Egede is a modern 4-star conference hotel in the heart of Nuuk, with stunning views to the mountains and the entrance to the Nuuk Fjord system. 140 modern rooms with 12 TV channels and 10 well-appointed apartments with kitchen, bathroom and laundry facilities. On the top floor of the hotel, you will find the well-known restaurant A Hereford Beefstouw, the Skyline Bar, and Nuuk’s best restaurant, Sarfalik. The kitchen offers high-quality international cuisine, northern with Greenlandic ingredients.

 

Read more about Hotel Hans Egede.

 

Day 1

When your guests have checked in, there will be a short welcome meeting with the local guide.

 

Town walk – see the mummies of Qilakitsoq (not included)

A sightseeing tour of the city walk will include a visit to the National Museum of Nuuk. Nobody should miss the mummies at the museum!

The Mummies of Qilakitsoq were found in 1972 by two brothers hunting up north near the town of Uummannaq. Looking under the shelter of a rock, they found 8 freeze-dried mummies. They are amazingly intact even though they are about 600 years old. Four of these mummies are on display at the museum. They are so beautiful, especially the baby mummy. On some of the women, you can see the 600 years old tattoos on their faces.

The museum also has a wonderful display of the Greenland national costumes and covers all of Greenland’s history in its buildings.

 

The tour will also take us around the rest of the old colonial harbor, including the statue of The Mother of the Sea, past Parliament and through Greenland’s Cultural House Katuaq and other of the major sights of the city center.

 

The Greenlandic national costume and Kaffemik – coffee with a local family (not included)

Another option is to meet the locals. A guide walks your guests to Kittat, an Econo Museum placed right across from the National Museum. The guide will talk all about the skins on display and about the traditional way of tanning the hides. Your guests will hear about the beautiful Greenlandic national costume and its many different parts. They will also see how the women embroider with skins. This takes about half an hour.

 

After Kittat, they are going to walk together to visit a local family. They will experience a ‘Kaffemik’. A kaffemik is a typical Greenlandic tradition. Every time something is celebrated, we invite people to kaffemik. Here we will have coffee or tea and homemade cake. Your guests will get to hear about life for a typical family in one of the northernmost capitals in the world.

 

Intense summers in Nuuk

The summer nights in Nuuk are very light. We don’t have the visible midnight sun here but it’s light until past midnight. This means you can do a lot of walking and sightseeing even at night.

 

 

Day 2

Boat trip to Qooqqut, including jigging

The boat will set off from Nuuk Atlantic Harbor. Your guests are going on a boat trip to the wonderful Qooqqut Nuan’ Restaurant but this is no ordinary restaurant visit.

They will sail through the enormous fjord system behind Nuuk which is actually the second largest fjord system in the world. Here, they are going to make a stop and catch their lunch. Today, there’s will be no complaining that the fish isn’t fresh!

 

Qooqqut is located in a wonderful valley in the Nuuk fjords. The mountains that surround the valley are up to 2,000 meters high. One of Nuuk’s most respected chefs moves here during the summer and serves the most fantastic dishes. For lunch, your guests are going to eat their own freshly caught fish.

At night, your guests may try out one of the many cafés or restaurants that are situated in the center of Nuuk.

Depending on the season, northern light tours can also be arranged (September-March).

 

Day 3

Day 3 is different for travelers coming from Iceland or Denmark. If you come from Denmark, you leave Nuuk in the morning. For travelers coming from Iceland, the plane leaves in the late afternoon.

We suggest that your guests visit Nuuk Art Museum with its unique collection of Greenlandic art. They could also explore Nuuk some more or maybe wander to the edge of the town. Here, they can see the beautiful graveyard or the so-called Circus Lake. Nuuk is a very exciting town with lots of possibilities.

 

Shopping in Nuuk

There are a lot of shops in Nuuk. Your guests will not find the usual high street shops, though. Nuuk is too small for that. Instead, you will find unique shops with lots of great design. Not far from the hotel, your guests will find Anori Art at the Nuuk Center. They sell Greenlandic, handmade souvenirs and other more traditional items such as T-shirts. There are many other great shops close to the hotel. At the hotel, your guests will find the pamphlet called Colorful Nuuk and it lists all the great shops.

Itinerary: 4 days, 3 nights

Every day, all year round, people travel to Nuuk, the capital of Greenland, and make this town the busiest in Greenland. Nuuk is also the largest town in Greenland. With 17,000 citizens, the town has a lot to offer and actually feels like a small metropol.

Cultural life is definitely thriving in Nuuk, which is not only due to the architectural gem of the Katuaq Cultural Center in the heart of town, but due to the fact that the many people make it possible to practice all sorts of cultural activities. Nuuk has activities and offerings for both the cultural seeking visitor and the nature-loving visitor. The surroundings are perfect for sailing excursions, whale watching and hiking tours however mostly in spring, summer and autumn. In wintertime, skiing and snowboarding is the thing.

 

How to get there

Flight from Reykjavik International Airport in Iceland or Copenhagen Airport in Denmark. Change of planes in Kangerlussuaq along the way.

Flights are add-ons to the package.

 

Where to stay

Hotel Hans Egede is a modern 4-star conference hotel in the heart of Nuuk, with stunning views to the mountains and the entrance to the Nuuk Fjord system. 140 modern rooms with 12 TV channels and 10 well-appointed apartments with kitchen, bathroom and laundry facilities. On the top floor of the hotel, you will find the well-known restaurant A Hereford Beefstouw, the Skyline Bar, and Nuuk’s best restaurant, Sarfalik.

 

Read more about Hotel Hans Egede.

 

Day 1

When your guests have checked in, there will be a short welcome meeting with the local guide.

 

Town walk – see the mummies of Qilakitsoq (not included)

A sightseeing tour of the city walk will include a visit to the National Museum of Nuuk. Nobody should miss the mummies at the museum!

 

The Mummies of Qilakitsoq were found in 1972 by two brothers hunting up north near the town of Uummannaq. Looking under the shelter of a rock, they found 8 freeze-dried mummies. They are amazingly intact even though they are about 600 years old. Four of these mummies are on display at the museum. They are so beautiful, especially the baby mummy. On some of the women, you can see the 600 years old tattoos on their faces.

The museum also has a wonderful display of the Greenland national costumes and covers all of Greenland’s history in its buildings.

The tour will also take us around the rest of the old colonial harbor, including the statue of The Mother of the Sea, past Parliament and through Greenland’s Cultural House Katuaq and other of the major sights of the city center.

 

The Greenlandic national costume and Kaffemik – coffee with a local family (not included)

Another option is to meet the locals. A guide walks your guests to Kittat, an Econo Museum placed right across from the National Museum. The guide will talk all about the skins on display and about the traditional way of tanning the hides. Your guests will hear about the beautiful Greenlandic national costume and it’s many different parts. They will also see how the women embroider with skins. This takes about half an hour.

 

After Kittat, they are going to walk together to visit a local family. They will experience a ‘Kaffemik’. A kaffemik is a typical Greenlandic tradition. Every time something is celebrated, we invite people to kaffemik. Here we will have coffee or tea and homemade cake. Your guests will get to hear about life for a typical family in one of the northernmost capitals in the world.

 

Intense summers in Nuuk

The summer nights in Nuuk are very light. We don’t have the visible midnight sun here but it’s light until past midnight. This means you can do a lot of walking and sightseeing even at night.

 

Day 2

Boat trip to Qooqqut, including jigging

The boat will set off from Nuuk Atlantic Harbor. Your guests are going on a boat trip to the wonderful Qooqqut Nuan’ Restaurant but this is no ordinary restaurant visit.

They will sail through the enormous fjord system behind Nuuk which is actually the second largest fjord system in the world. Here, they are going to make a stop and catch their lunch. Today, there’s will be no complaining that the fish isn’t fresh!

Qooqqut is located in a wonderful valley in the Nuuk fjords. The mountains that surround the valley are up to 2,000 meters high. One of Nuuk’s most respected chefs moves here during the summer and serves the most fantastic dishes. For lunch, your guests are going to eat their own freshly caught fish.

 

At night, your guests may try out one of the many cafés or restaurants that are situated in the center of Nuuk.

 

Depending on the season, northern light tours can also be arranged (September-March).

 

Day 3

On the third day, another sailing trip could be an option for your guests. A whale photo safari in Nuuk is a must when visiting the capital of Greenland, and so are the fascinating boat trips to the old settlements near the town. In the waters surrounding Nuuk, humpback whales and minke whales are common visitors.

If your guests visit in summer, the capital of Greenland also has a nine-hole golf course, which has a lot of natural obstacles as it is placed in beautifully undulating terrain. They might, however, end up walking quite far to reach balls that did not fly according to plan.

In winter, all kinds of winter sports are available, including cross-country skiing and alpine skiing.

 

 

Day 4

Day 4 is different for travelers coming from Iceland or Denmark. If you come from Denmark, you leave Nuuk in the morning. For travelers coming from Iceland, the plane leaves in the late afternoon.

 

We suggest that your guests visit Nuuk Art Museum with its unique collection of Greenlandic art. They could also explore Nuuk some more or maybe wander to the edge of the town. Here, they can see the beautiful graveyard or the so-called Circus Lake. Nuuk is a very exciting town with lots of possibilities.

 

Shopping in Nuuk

There are a lot of shops in Nuuk. Your guests will not find the usual high street shops, though. Nuuk is too small for that. Instead, you will find unique shops with lots of great design. Not far from the hotel, your guests will find Anori Art at the Nuuk Center. They sell Greenlandic, handmade souvenirs and other more traditional items such as T-shirts. There are many other great shops close to the hotel. At the hotel, your guests will find the pamphlet called Colorful Nuuk and it lists all the great shops.

SUMMER: Narsarsuaq and Qaqortoq in in Southern part of Greenland

Itinerary: 5 days, 4 nights

 

Narsarsuaq

Narsuarsuaq is a village with an international airport and the main hub to South Greenland. The surrounding area is very lush in the summertime. It is possible to visit the Greenland Ice Sheet by foot or by boat, and in the vicinity you will find the UNESCO World Heritage Sites of the Norse who came here in the year 982 and stayed for almost 500 years.

 

Qaqortoq

The scenic town of Qaqortoq is located in the South Greenlandic fjord system, and here is your chance to really experience the diversity of Greenland. It is a popular destination for cruise ships at it has picturesque, colored houses, great stores as well as arts and culture. It is also the center of commerce and education in the region of Southern Greenland, and a lot of young people come here to study.

 

How to get there

Flight from Reykjavik International Airport in Iceland or Copenhagen Airport in Denmark.

Flights are add-ons to the package.

 

Where to stay

Your guests will stay at Hotel Narsarsuaq and Hotel Qaqortoq.

 

Hotel Narsarsuaq is a modern 2-star hotel with 93 rooms and 220 beds. Most rooms are equipped with private bathroom, TV and telephone. Guests at the hotel restaurant on the upper floor will enjoy a view of the fjord and mountains. Cafeteria and bar are other options at the hotel.

 

Hotel Qaqortoq is located on a hill overlooking the harbor. All rooms are newly renovated, with bath and double bed. In each room there is 23 ‘flat screen TV with 14 channels and radio as well as a’ welcome tray ‘with coffee, tea and cocoa. In addition, all rooms have ironing board and iron. The hotel restaurant serves primarily Greenlandic meat or fish. Mikisoq, the cozy café, offers everything from lunch to Italian coffee or drinks.

 

Read more about the hotels:

Hotel Qaqortoq

Hotel Narsarsuaq

Other accommodation is also available on request.

 

Day 1

Greenland is named Greenland because of South Greenland. It’s that simple. After fleeing Iceland, the Viking Eric the Red came here with a bunch of friends and exclaimed “I’m going to name this country Greenland!”. That’s the short version and it’s true that South Greenland is very, very green and lush in the summer.

 

After landing in Narsarsuaq your guests will be taken to the hotel. An information meeting will be held after check in.

 

The Greenland Ice Sheet

They can get a lunch pack and then set out to see the Flower Valley. Some people get a little disappointed when they get there because the Flower Valley is in fact fields with crops for the sheep to eat in the wintertime. This is really beautiful in itself but with a name like that, some people expect something like the tulip fields of Holland. On the hills surrounding the valley, you will see plenty of aboriginal vegetation, however. At the far end of the valley, there is a (rather steep) ascent for about 100 meters. It’s not climbing but uphill hiking and there’s a rope you can hold on to. When you get up there and walk a little further you will be rewarded: You can walk right up to The Dead Glacier and actually touch the Ice Cap.

 

At night, your guests can enjoy a dinner at Hotel Narsarsuaq.

 

Day 2

Today, your guest should consider going to either Igaliku or Qassiarsuk. These are both well-functioning farming settlements today and are located where the Norse had their two most important settlements, Brattahlid and Gardar, respectively.

Brattahlid is where Eric the Red settled back in 982 and this is also where you will find the remains (and reconstructions) of his farm and his wife Trodhildur’s church. This was the first church on the American continents ever. It was also from Brattahlid that Leif Eriksson set out to discover North America back in year 1000!

Igaliku is the site of the largest Norse diocese and host to the remains of this and other Norse ruins. The settlement is extremely beautifully situated and, even though it only has 30 inhabitants, it still boasts a hotel, a hostel and cabins for visitors. It’s a favorite place among the town dwellers of Greenland to go to in the summer.

 

Day 3

It’s time to set out on a wonderful boat trip to the largest town in South Greenland, Qaqortoq. Your guests will sail along the Tunnulliarfik Fjord which is also sometimes called Eric’s Fjord after Eric the Red who settled here in 982. The trip will take them past the beautiful green hills that gave Greenland its name. Along the way, they will also pass Narsaq on their right-hand side.

Depending on the season, there might be a lot of icebergs in the fjords. When the ice melts at the Arctic Sea in spring and summer, the ice travels south along the east coast of Greenland, takes a right turn at Cape Farewell and then moves into the fjords of South Greenland. It’s very beautiful but can be annoying for the boat traffic.

When your guests arrive in Qaqortoq, they will be transferred to Hotel Qaqortoq. After this, they should venture out into the town.

 

Stone and man

Walking around the town, you cannot help but notice the many works of art that have been chiselled into the rocks. Local artist Aka Høegh once gathered a lot of artists in Qaqortoq, and they were each asked to leave their mark on the town by turning stone into art. Hence you will find 40 beautiful works of art scattered around town.

 

The town square and its fountain

Qaqortoq is the only town in Greenland where you will find a town square. The square is adorned by a gorgeous fountain built of Igaliku rocks, which were brought here from the nearby eponymous village. Beautiful houses from colonial times encircle the town square, containing shops, a bakery, a Thai restaurant and the local museum. The museum is definitely worth a visit, and so is Our Saviour’s Church, built in 1832 and located near the square. By the square, you will also find the local meat market, selling local provisions.

 

At night, visit the great Thai restaurant Ban Thai or eat at Hotel Qaqortoq. Both places serve very good food.

 

Day 4

Today, your guest should go on a boat trip from Qaqortoq. There are several options and we suggest one of these three:

 

Uunartoq

On an island 40 kilometers (24 miles) south of Qaqortoq your guests will find hot springs with a temperature of 38 degrees Celcius (100.4 degrees Fahrenheit). It’s an almost surrealistic experience to lie in a warm pool with the icebergs drifting by nearby.

 

Hvalsey Church Ruin

In September 1408, a wedding took place at Hvalsey Church Ruin. This is written in the Icelandic Sagas and that’s the last testament we have to the Norse living in Greenland. Today, the Hvalsey Church is the best-preserved ruin from the Norse era. It is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

 

Upernaviarsuk

Upernaviarsuk Agricultural Station is an exciting place. This is where sheep farmers go to school and the station experiments with all kinds of crops. Agriculture is difficult in Greenland but, strangely, the warming climate is actually helping the farmers of South Greenland, at the same time that it is making life a lot more difficult for the hunters up north.

 

Day 5

It is time to go back home. Your guests can go by boat or helicopter back to Narsarsuaq, from where they will fly to Iceland or Denmark.

Kulusuk in the Eastern part of Greenland

Itinerary: 2 days, 1 night

 

The settlement of Kulusuk in Greenland

Kulusuk airport is the gateway to East Greenland and lies a few kilometers from a small picturesque settlement by the same name. The settlement offers the perfect introduction to settlement life, as lived all over Greenland and especially in the Ammassalik district.

 

Kulusuk lies on a small peninsula between jagged mountains and vast fjords, and is nearly always surrounded by icebergs. Despite the increasing impact of the tourism and service industry, traditional hunting and fishing is still a vital source of income for many families in the settlement.

 

How to get there

Flight from Reykjavik Domestic Airport in Iceland or from Nuuk in Western Greenland.

Flights are add-ons to the package.

 

Where to stay

Your guests will stay at Hotel Kulusuk.

 

Hotel Kulusuk is only a few minutes’ drive away from the hub to East Greenland, Kulusuk Airport, a modern airport that offers tax free sales as well as the famous, local traditional handicrafts. The hotel has 34 room, all with private facilities.

 

Read more about Hotel Kulusuk.

 

Day 1

After arriving at Kulusuk Airport, your guests are transported to the Hotel Kulusuk. When your guests have checked in, an information meeting will be held where the guide will talk about the village and area. We strongly suggest that your guests should go on a guided tour of the village.

 

The Kulusuk island used to be the most densely populated place in the Ammassalik area due to the island’s fishing and hunting opportunities. In 1930, there were 165 people in the Kulusuk settlement, whereas there were only 112 people in Tasiilaq by comparison.

 

Today, 300 inhabitants make Kulusuk the area’s second biggest settlement after Kuummiut. The guide will talk about settlement life in the past and present, and will give a tour of the harbor, church, settlement shop and not least the workshop, where the arts and handicrafts famous all over Greenland are made.

 

Your guests are free to do as they please. These are some of the tours that are possible:

 

Apusiaajik Glacier by Boat

The guests will sail past a fascinating variety of icebergs to the impressive Apusiaajik Glacier. This tour where your guests cruise close to a glacier is an unforgettable experience.

 

Road trip in the mountains to the abandoned radar station DYE 4

Travelling by jeep, your guests are driven up an 8 kilometer long road. The tour takes them to a former US military radar station. From here, there is a view towards the majestic coastal mountains and to the ocean with ice floes and icebergs in the distance. A wonderful chance to have a panoramic view of our stunning landscape.

 

Day 2

The return flight to Reykjavik leaves mid-afternoon, allowing your guests the best part of the day for one final excursion or hike, e.g. one of the suggested tours above.

Itinerary: 4 days, 3 nights

 

Kulusuk

Kulusuk airport is the gateway to East Greenland and lies a few kilometers from a small picturesque settlement by the same name. The settlement offers the perfect introduction to settlement life, as lived all over Greenland and especially in the Ammassalik district.

Kulusuk lies on a small peninsula between jagged mountains and vast fjords and is nearly always surrounded by icebergs. Despite the increasing impact of the tourism and service industry, traditional hunting and fishing is still a vital source of income for many families in the settlement.

 

Tasiilaq

Many Greenlandic towns are beautifully situated in immense nature, but only a few places can rival the arctic world that unfolds around the little town of Tasiilaq. Tasiilaq in Greenland is located on the banks of the King Oscar Harbor and encircled by tall, steep snow-clad peaks, the surroundings alone make this town worth a visit.

Tasiilaq also has all the typical Greenlandic traits that visitors travel from far and wide to experience: icebergs, glaciers, sled dogs, whale hunters, picturesque little wooden houses, first-rate crafts and several small, energetic settlements, which are all worth a visit. During the mild summer Tasiilaq offers some unforgettable boat trips and hikes.

 

How to get there

Flight from Reykjavik Domestic Airport in Iceland or from Nuuk in Western Greenland. Helicopter or boat from Kulusuk to Tasiilaq.

Flights to and from Kulusuk are add-ons to the package.

 

Where to stay

Your guests will stay at Hotel Kulusuk and Hotel Ammassalik.

 

Hotel Kulusuk

Hotel Kulusuk is only a few minutes’ drive away from the hub to East Greenland, Kulusuk Airport, a modern airport that offers tax free sales as well as the famous, local traditional handicrafts. The hotel has 34 room, all with private facilities.

 

Hotel Angmagssalik
Hotel Angmagssalik is located in the rugged landscape of the beautiful town of Tasiillaq. The hotel has 40 rooms with private facilities (deluxe, twin and triple rooms available). The dining and lounge areas fully modernised with a fantastic terrace overlooking the town of Tasiilaq. Souvenir shop with fine local arts and crafts.

 

Read more about Hotel Kulusuk.

 

Day 1

After arriving at Kulusuk Airport, your guests are transported to the Hotel Kulusuk. When your guests have checked in, an information meeting will be held where the guide will talk about the village and area. We strongly suggest that your guests should go on a guided tour of the village.

The Kulusuk island used to be the most densely populated place in the Ammassalik area due to the island’s fishing and hunting opportunities. In 1930, there were 165 people in the Kulusuk settlement, whereas there were only 112 people in Tasiilaq by comparison.

Today, 300 inhabitants make Kulusuk the area’s second biggest settlement after Kuummiut. The guide will talk about settlement life in the past and present, and will give a tour of the harbor, church, settlement shop and not least the workshop, where the arts and handicrafts famous all over Greenland are made.

 

Your guests are free to do as they please. These are some of the tours that are possible:

 

Apusiaajik Glacier by Boat

The guests will sail past a fascinating variety of icebergs to the impressive Apusiaajik Glacier. This tour where your guests cruise close to a glacier is an unforgettable experience.

 

Road trip in the mountains to the abandoned radar station DYE 4

Travelling by jeep, your guests are driven up an 8 kilometer-long road. The tour takes them to a former US military radar station. From here, there is a view towards the majestic coastal mountains and to the ocean with ice floes and icebergs in the distance. A wonderful chance to have a panoramic view of our stunning landscape.

 

Day 2-3

From Kulusuk, your guests will go by helicopter to Tasiilaq on day 2. It’s a 10-minute flight.

When your guests arrive at Tasiilaq, they will be met by our local guide who will help them check in at the hotel. Once they have checked-in, an information meeting is held where the guide will tell them about the town and surrounding area, and about the different excursions available over the next two days in this arctic paradise. An update will also be provided on any local cultural events that might be taking place during your guests’ stay.

 

Cultural sightseiing of Tasiilaq

The information meeting is followed by a tour of the town. On foot the tour takes 2-3 hours, during which they will visit the museum, church and the lively harbor. The guide will tell them the story of the East Greenlanders who were first “discovered” by Commander Gustav Holm on his expedition here just 140 years ago.

 

Excursions in Tasiilaq

There are plenty of opportunities for your guests to explore the town and surrounding area by themselves. The surrounding nature provides opportunities for shorter or longer hikes, and the view alone prompts lengthy breaks, perhaps spent with a book. However, Tasiilaq offers great opportunities and below you find our recommendations for activities.

 

Greenlandic stamps

Greenlandic stamps are some of the prettiest in the world and Greenland is well-known in philatelist circles. Tasiilaq has issued stamps since 1989 and is home to 10 workers from Post Greenland who service customers from all over the world. Visit the post office exhibition.

 

The Sermilik fjord and Tiniteqilaaq settlement

North-west of Tasiilaq island is the small isolated settlement of Tiniteqilaaq with just 150 inhabitants. The settlement lies on one of Greenland’s most spectacular ice fjords, Sermilik, which is fed daily with millions of tons of icebergs from the Helheim glacier, one of the most productive glaciers in Greenland. It is quite simply an incredible sight.

 

Your guests will arrive at Tiniteqilaaq in the morning after 2-3 hours sailing. The guide will show them the settlement and they will eat the included packed lunch. A boat trip between the icebergs in the Sermilik fjord concludes an excellent tour and they return to Tasiilaq at the end of the afternoon.

 

Hike to Flower Valley

A short hike past the churchyard to the Flower Valley and a waterfall. The arctic summer is short and hectic, and plants only have a few months to shoot, blossom and spread new seeds. Nevertheless, the mountain flora is a stunning sight that always delights botanists (both professional and amateur) every summer in Greenland. The trip lasts a couple of hours and the guide will bring tea/coffee to drink along the way.

 

4-5 hours hike to the vantage point

A wonderful hike in the Tasiilaq hinterland. The Greenlandic nature is both beautiful and rugged, and on this trip where we hike up and down mountains, along lakes and rivers, you will be close to the elements. The view is of sheer mountain peaks and ice-filled fjords. The pace is set to suit all levels, and the guide will bring tea/coffee and a packed lunch for your guests to enjoy along the way.

 

Boat trip to Knud Rasmussens glacier

They say it is one of Greenland’s most unique glaciers but come and see for yourself! Knud Rasmussen’s glacier is located to the north-west of Tasiilaq and the journey there takes your guests into the Ammassalik fjord, where there are good chances of spotting humpback whales, and the deserted American military base of Ikateq.

The boat will stop within a respectable distance of Knud Rasmussen’s glacier and your guest will watch the enormous ice masses. If desired, they can go on land and hike closer to the glacier. Packed lunch by the glacier. They will return to Tasiilaq late afternoon.

 

Boat trip between icebergs

An impressive boat trip out among the big ice, which floats down from the North Pole. Among the large ice floes are icebergs that have broken from the numerous glaciers that drop into the sea from the vast Greenland Ice Sheet.

 

Helicopter trip to the Mitivakkat glacier

An incredible helicopter trip over the Ammassalik Island with a view of the mountains, glaciers and deep fjords. We will land at 1,000 meters on the actual Mittivakkat glacier, which is one of the most visited glaciers by explorers every year. It provides a stunning view of the ice-filled Sermilik fjord.

 

Day 4

On day 4, in the morning, the guide will leave your guests at the Tasiilaq heliport, and they will take the helicopter to Kulusuk. If there is time, they

can hike on foot to the nearby settlement, which is ½-1 hour’s walk from the airport.

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