Most tour companys can help you out with this. Of course you will fly in. The friendly VT page will give you the information you will need to arrange your accomodations.
You have a choice of regular vehicles. But, of course there are always the dog sleds.
There are virtually no roads in Greenland (just too many snow, ice and fjords to cross). The only way to go from place to place is with boats (small ferrys or fishermen's boats), airplanes or helicopters.
Geting to Greenland u can from Copenhagen by a direct flight to Kangerlesuaq on the west side. There are few flights every week by SAS or by Air Greenland.
At summer there is a daily fligt (beside Sunday) from Reikjavik (Iceland) to Kulusuk on the east coast.
In winter dosg sledging is the only way to get around (if u dont use helicopters). The Greenlandic dogs are raised and trained to carry the Inuit sledges and they start doing it since age of six months and finish their life in age of five. They are not pats animals like we in western society see dogs. You have to get it into mind before joining hunters expedition on the frozen sea.
By airplane from Iceland with Icelandair and from Denmark with SAS or Greenlandair (Gronlandsfly).
By plane or boat. Buses, cars and taxis are available in towns. To go some places dogsled is necessary and can be hired.
Narssarssuaq has international connections to Copenhagen and Baltimore. To go around from Narssarssuaq you can go by boat or by helicopter.
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