Kulusuk has one Pilersuisoq supermarket that stocks a little of everything. You should aim to bring all your outdoor equipment with you.
Souvenir shoppers will have a field day while in Kulusuk and should check out the options at the Kulusuk Museum, Hotel Kulusuk, and the extensive range in the airport (beyond security).
Step out of the airport and into a simpler and more traditional way of life. Kulusuk is the epitome of an East Greenlandic settlement but has also acknowledged its role as the gateway to East Greenland to offer a level of unobtrusive comfort for visitors. Greenlandic sled dogs wait impatiently for the winter between its bright, colourful houses. Icebergs float gracefully past as the sound of an ancient Inuit drum dance echoes off the nearby mountains. Locals welcome you as part of the community. And adventure calls – summoning hikers, ice cavers, sailors, and dog sledders to its stunning surroundings.
Due to its small size, Kulusuk has no public transportation. Transfers from the airport/harbour are provided for guests at the Kulusuk Hotel, but otherwise, you must walk. Guests staying in town must hike for 20-30 minutes along the road to arrive at their accommodation, though it may be possible to arrange luggage transportation.
For excursions in the area, the most common way to get around is with a boat or on foot (summer), and with a dog sled, snowmobile, skis, or snowshoes (winter).