Discover Greenland’s history and culture small group tours for seniorsOur Discover Greenland’s history and culture small group tours for seniors lets travellers experience one of the world's most picturesque lands. Greenland is the largest island in the world, with the vast majority of its landmass lying above the Arctic Circle. Few places are quite so difficult to reach. Discover Greenland is a short tour. We have been at great pains to ensure that our travellers get to experience this breathtaking island. On this short tour, travellers receive the most comprehensive overview of this vast landmass, an autonomous region of Denmark. To maximise the learning experience and to Discover Greenland’s history and culture, the tour includes a visit to the astonishingly picturesque towns of Kulusuk and Tasiilaq. We experience amazing views from helicopter, the best method of transport to access these difficult to reach but marvellous locations. We visit during the summer months and can thus experience the burst of seasonal flora that caused the early voyagers to name it Greenland. For more details about how you might like to Discover Greenland’s history and culture the please click the ‘Top 5’ or ‘Itinerary’ buttons above! If you’re keen to experience this tour, please call or send an email. Or, to book, simply fill in the form on the right hand side of this page. There is also the possibility of adding an additional Extension to Iceland on to this tour. This article shares with you a commentary about Iceland as destination For Odyssey Travellers this not for profit organisation offers more than 150 small group tours and Summer school programs every year for you to enjoy. Typically our groups are 12 people, with a age range of early 50's to late 80's and early 90's. They are limited by their passion to learn as they travel. Financial surpluses are applied each year to fund scholarships each year to University students across Australia & New Zealand. Applications for the scholarships open each year in October and close in January. Tour Notes
- Group size limited to 18.
- Itineraries may change if flight schedules, site availability, and other inclusions have to be amended prior to departure.
Overview: This morning, we take the early Air Iceland flight from Reykjavik (domestic airport) to Kulusuk. From here, we take a short but spectacular helicopter ride to Angmassalik (Tasiilaq). We transfer to our nearby en-suited Hotel Angmagssalik for check-in and lunch. The afternoon is free to choose between several optional excursions, before we regroup for dinner at the hotel. (L,D)
Accommodation: Hotel Angmagssalik.
Overview: After breakfast at the hotel, we have the opportunity to choose among the various optional excursions available. Lunch and dinner today will also be at our hotel. (B,L,D)
Accommodation: Hotel Angmagssalik.
Overview: After breakfast at our hotel, we transfer by helicopter to Kulusuk for an afternoon departure with Air Iceland to Reykjavik for an overnight stay in our Keflavik Airport hotel. (B,L)
Overview: After breakfast, we make our own way to Keflavik International Airport for a return flight and the tour draws to a close. (B)
- 3 breakfasts, 2 lunches, and 2 dinners.
- Services of a Tour Leader for the duration of tour.
- Transport in comfortable and modern coaches.
- Service charges and gratuities.
- 3 nights of hotel accommodation (with possibility of shared bathroom facilities)
- 2 internal flights, taxes, and helicopter transfers.
- Items of a personal nature such as telephone calls and laundry.
- Comprehensive travel insurance.
- International airfares and departure taxes.