The Arctic Circle Road will give certainty to Kangerlussuaq's future and thus create the basis for hotel investments in Kangerlussuaq. Due to the uncertainty about Kangerlussuaq's future after closing the US airbase in 1992, no one has dared to build new hotels and lodges. It has created a hotel accommodation capacity in Kangerlussuaq with many cheap hostel beds, which unfortunately is not related to the country's other hotel infrastructure and therefore does not create connections in the national tourism structure.Get the repport of Arctic Circle Road project
By Kevin McGwin
Denmark has undertaken the final step in the process of applying for World Heritage Site status for a 4,000-square-kilometer (more than 1,500-square-mile) swathe of land just north of the Arctic Circle, stretching from Greenland’s icecap, to Baffin Bay.