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Super experience to visit this remote village

There are apparently few visitors to this village of about 450 people located just inside Scoresby... read more

Reviewed 27 August 2017
travelin_tommy
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San Francisco
Isolated Ittoqqortormitt

This remote village on the East coast of Greenland is only reachable by sea, or helicopter. We... read more

Reviewed 25 October 2016
rogeria l
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Brisbane, Australia
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27 Aug 2017
“Super experience to visit this remote village”
24 Oct 2016
“Isolated Ittoqqortormitt”
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Ittoqqortoormiit, Greenland
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Reviewed 27 August 2017

There are apparently few visitors to this village of about 450 people located just inside Scoresby Sound. The surrounding scenery is outstanding, so it was a huge pleasure to photograph the colorful houses on the hillside with the sound and the glaciers serving as background....More

2  Thank travelin_tommy
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Reviewed 25 October 2016 via mobile

This remote village on the East coast of Greenland is only reachable by sea, or helicopter. We were on an Arctic Expedition and our small ship was one of only a few who visit this settlement each year when the sea is not frozen over....More

2  Thank rogeria l
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Reviewed 24 August 2016

It's a little like the ice of the cake of a trip into the Greenland ice. If you go there with a small ship (we were about 25 people only), your allowed to visit for a couple of hours. I was the first human settlement...More

1  Thank HolgerH
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Reviewed 4 October 2015

Ittoqqortoormiit is a small village in East Greenland. The Arctic tundra is desolate, fiercely cold, and isolating. Yet, these 450 residents have managed to live and thrive in a colorful community. This village features a tourist office where you can buy local handicrafts and postcards....More

5  Thank krawner
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Reviewed 30 August 2015

Ittoqqortoormiit is a really isolated place. I've been living here for 1 month working as a volunteer and I felt in love with this place. There's not so much to buy on the supermarket, toilets work with a bag, and to go outside the town...More

5  Thank Albert_MC
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Reviewed 7 August 2014

There are many transports to get you from A to B. Travelling with dogsled guided by local hunter is my favourite way of travelling. Scoresby Sund is to place to go if you really want to enjoy the white snow fields and maybe be lucky...More

5  Thank JonSveinssonNonni
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Reviewed 14 October 2013

We visited Ittoqqortoormitt as a stop on a cruise from Svalbard to Iceland. The east coast of Greenland is rugged and isolated. The village is a collection of brightly painted houses and other buildings with a permanent population of about 450. A few ships stop...More

2  Thank Nashville1
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Reviewed 30 August 2013

The village of Ittoqqortoormiit is a small village at the start of the Scoresby Sound on the East Coast of Greenland. The arrival of our expedition ship caused a great excitement with the local kids. The village is made up of a number of small...More

2  Thank AntarcticBound
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No pool in this village but is a super quiet place!
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