Arctic Yearbook 2014 - Page 252

252 Arctic Yearbook 2014 Interviewees recognise that in Qaanaaq, there is not as much going on with tourism as in other parts of Greenland. Among hunters and their wives, there are a lot of talks and some ideas about tourism, such as quick improvements in making food and hosting tourists. Life up there is still very traditional, as they said, so it can be a special experience for tourists to see the real life in this North. In turn, this would help the income of the families. However, ]\