FAQ - Frequently asked questions
On this page you will find a list of the most asked questions
If you cannot find the answers you seek, please do not hesitate to contact us by e-mail or phone. We are ready to help.
Igloo Lodge is located close to Ilulissat. If you book a stay in Igloo Ldoge, the transport from Ilulissat to Igloo Lodge is included.
Meeting place for departure to Igloo Lodge is at the old procurement by Spar Atersuit or by World of Greenland's office.
Children from 8 and above are welcome in Igloo Lodge. Please note, though, that we do not offer a special children's menu.
You can visit Igloo Lodge even though being a weak walker. You need to be flexible and mobile to crawl into the igloo - but if this is not for you, you are always welcome to sleep inside the cabin instead.
All stays in Igloo Lodge include the following:
transport from Spar Atersuit to Igloo Lodge and return. Full board during the stay. Coffee and tea ad libitum. Snowshoe hike.
We encourage you to pack light when visiting Igloo Ldoge as the space on the snow croomer is limited. Please find our packing list here
The igloos are buid with a cold trap and an isolating snow plateau. they also have wind breaking curtains.
The temperature in the igloos depend on the outside temperature. Temperature inside the igloo can vary from around 0 to -12 celcius.
Igloo Lodge opens in late January and closes in mid April.
Feburary is usually the coldest month. The sun light is slowly getting back which causes long pastel colored sunsets. A true winter experience.
In march the datys grow longer and there will be good chances to enjoy a cup of coffee in the sun. The longer we get into March, the smaller are chances to see the northern lights.
April is the end of the season. In April you can expect milder weather and bright evenings.