Tiilerilaaq has one Pilersuisoq supermarket that stocks a little of everything. You should aim to bring all your outdoor equipment with you, or it is usually possible to rent equipment from the local tour operators in Tasiilaq.
You are more likely to find souvenirs in Tasiilaq or Kulusuk, but some local craftsmen do offer their creations around town.
The crack of millions of icebergs dancing a slow ballet. The howl of Greenlandic sled dogs impatiently awaiting the winter. Colourful houses with rows of fish drying alongside freshly laundered clothing. These are the sounds and sights of Tiilerilaaq.
The settlement of Tiilerilaaq of hunters and fishermen still maintains its traditional ways but has also embraced its unique vantage point overlooking the Sermilik Icefjord and the Greenland Ice sheet. Comfortable huts and professionally guided tours allow visitors to explore the vast, unspoiled landscape that has still only been seen by a few.
Tiilerilaaq is a small settlement where you can walk around. There are no other forms of transportation within the settlement limits.
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, or snowshoes (winter).