Fondest memory: I had always wanted to see an iceberg and there were certainly lots in Kulusuk. Actually, September's probably the month when there is the least amount of snow and ice. It all starts to melt after the winter around about June and then they start to drift down again from the North in October.
Lots of mosquitos!
Favorite thing: The trip is very cool but you might want to bring something to eat and something to drink. There is only one store in town and they do not have much in the way of snacks. Definitely bring a camera because the scenery is amazing.
If you are part of the tour group then just stick with your crew - they will take you exactly where you need to go.
If you are not part of the tour group, just tag along. That's what I did and no one cared. They treated me like I paid for the tour - and it's not like there's anywhere else to go.
A boat ride at the end, which takes you back to the airport, is highly recommended. Your driver will take you out into the bay to buzz by some icebergs - and if you don't take the boat, you have to walk all the way back to the airport - uphill!
Fondest memory: The scenery is absolutely amazing - from the cute little houses to the sweeping mountains and icebergs...
Favorite thing: Even in summer the bays and fjords around Kulusuk and Ammassalik are full with icebergs and pack ice that block the way out of the fjord. The best time visit this area is late July and August in summer so you can go by boat out of the bay or March and April in winter than you go with dogs sledges and drive on the frozen sea.
Fondest memory: winter seal hunting expedition with local hunters.
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