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Nunavut - Don't Miss

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Nunavut is home to Beluga Whales, Polar Bears, Walruses, Musk-Ox, Caribou and a host of Bird Sancturies
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The Inuit people have been in Nunavut for 1000's of years and are recognised internationally for their stone sculptures, fine art prints and fabrics
green tick Northwest Passage
Cruise North of the magnetic North Pole and experience a dramatic landscape and wildlife
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Choose from 24 National and Regional Parks each with their own unique settings and habitats
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Arctic Char are the hardest hitting, most dominant fish in the crystal clear waters of Nunavut
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Camping can be as soft or as rugged as you like with stunning hiking opportunities
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From April to July, the floe edge is the most dramatic, dynamic place to be, as the sea meets the retreating ice edge
Nunavut - untamed, unspoilt and undiscovered

Discover Canada's best kept secret; Nunavut. An exciting arctic destination that offers a pristine, raw, and a truly "you and nature" experience. The Inuit people are brilliant, industrious and innovative, and have survived in Nunavut for thousands of years. The variety of adventure knows no limits. Nunavut is geographically diverse; you can visit ice flows, tame the rapids, camp by tranquil lakes, cross-country ski, hunt and fish, try dog-sledding, or go extreme mountain hiking.

Why choose Nunavut?

There are many activities that are perfectly suited for the Territory of Nunavut. Hiking, canoeing and camping enthusiasts will find the terrain ideal for their passion, while animal lovers can visit some of the most unique wildlife on the planet in our bird and wildlife sanctuaries.

Kayakers will of course know that kayaking is part of Inuit heritage and Nunavut offers one of the world’s most diverse sea-kayaking environments, as well as many experienced guides.

For those who just like to watch, you’ll never find anything quite as amazing as standing on a Floe Edge watching icebergs after the ice breaks up.

The Beluga Whale is common to communities lining Hudson Bay’s west coast, Foxe Basin, and the east coast of Baffin Island all the way to Pond Inlet. Belugas like to congregate in the mouths of rivers, making it possible to go beluga watching from land, but a guide and a boat are more advantageous and exhilarating. See also Polar Bears, Musk-Ox and Caribou.

There is also a host of Territorial and National Parks and these remote, accessible parks receive around 2,000 visitors a year. That’s one reason they remain unspoiled and untamed.

It is in Nunavut you can also experience possibly the most exhilerating experience in Canada with a High Arctic Cruise through the Northwest Passage. You will travel north of the magnetic north pole in one of the world’s most luxurious icebreakers. Depending on your package you can visit as far north as Tanquary Fiord on Ellesmere Island. Popular stops include Pond Inlet, Cambridge Bay and the islands of Beechy and Somerset.

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