We opened our hotel in 1973, our first tourists came in 1974.
We have since, shown respectfully tourists the friendly culture and the savage landscape of East Greenland.
Arctic Wonderland Tours is a local owned company that operates 2 hotels in East Greenland, both in Kulusuk the gateway to East Greenland and also in Tasiilaq ( Angmagssalik ). 1/3
We offer daily tours from Hotel Kulusuk and Hotel Angmagssalik, experience Greenland through our tours.
Sail amongst the pack Ice or to icebergs
The arctic flora in the valley of flowers
Museums, local arts and crafts
Make your days memorable
While you are staying with us, there is alot of options to do and experience. Our surroundings is a mountainous area and scenic, whether it is foggy, sunny, rainy, photo opportunities are plenty. The local people never get tired of taking pictures of our nature.
Below are suggestions. We live in the Arctic region, hence weather changes, we do our tours according to weather for safety reasons.
Our area is the cultural hub of Greenland, the traditional drumdances from east Greenland are unique in Greenland.
Taking a drive tour to DYE 4
Walking to Kulusuk village
Walking the scenic shore line
Isolated yet accessible
Webcam view Hotel Angmagssalik
Welcome 🇬🇱 Dikidduarid
Whether arriving in time of the northern lights or in summer, East Greenland and our hotels welcomes you with open wide spaces.
We are only 1 hour 40 min. Flying from Keflavik Airport. Icelandair.com is the easiest way of booking your travel, book directly from f.ex. JFK to KUS ( Kulusuk ) with a stopover in Iceland.
Below instagram pictures are our staff picks and posts for your viewing pleasure.
Qujanaruutsuar (thank you for your support)
Not close to nature, you are in it!
"Angmagssalikkerne are a very lively people, gifted with imagination, they are alert, clever and know how to use things that they came into possession of. They are intrusive, as they had to examine and feel everything, but also flattering, which admittedly often manifested itself in the desire to slander others for us. They are polite, hospitable. Indulgent and docile in their behavior towards each other" Gustav Holm 1884, travelogue wifeboat expedition to Greenland's East Coast 1883 - 85
"Amulet of raven claw and head, tied together by a leather strap, 23 cm long and collected in Ammassalik in 1902. In the use of amulets, which were to provide magical protection and support, the importance of boys as future hunters was emphasized. Boys were given amulets to turn them into skilled kayakers, skilled sled drivers or skilled at hitting targets and telling stories. The girls were also given - albeit fewer - amulets, which were to help turn a girl into a skilled seamstress or a good mother." Sonne, Birgitte: Greenland - myths and legends in The Great Dane on lex.dk. Retrieved January 23, 2022 from https://denstoredanske.lex.dk/Gr%C3%B8nland_-_myter_og_sagn