Average flight time from UK: 8 hours           Capital: Iqaluit


Immerse yourself in the allure of the Arctic with a journey to Nunavut, Canada's youngest and largest territory, where history whispers in the winds, and vast landscapes stir the soul. This is a land of contrasts, where the sparse population of under 32,000, primarily Inuit, inhabit an area that represents one-quarter of Canada's landmass, offering an expanse of space and tranquility unlike any other. Here, every 25 square miles cradle a story of survival, tradition, and the enduring spirit of the Inuit people who have thrived in these harsh conditions for over 4,000 years.


Discover Nunavut's rugged beauty, where rocky cliffs serve as sanctuaries for nesting birds and the tundra pulses with the migrations of caribou and muskoxen. Witness the majestic narwhal, a creature of myth and mystery, gliding through the icy waters. This is a land where nature's extremes are not just survived but celebrated, and the unspoiled wilderness beckons the adventurous at heart.


Embark on a cultural odyssey and connect with the rich heritage of the Inuit, a community whose deep-rooted values and exceptional skills have been honed and handed down through generations. Experience the vibrant pulse of Inuit art, music, and storytelling that resonates through the colorful communities and remote landscapes of this vast territory.

Your journey to Nunavut is an invitation to witness the Arctic in its most authentic form. Whether you're navigating the three distinct regions by air or exploring the open waters when the ice retreats, the experiences here are as diverse as the landscape itself. From the bustling hub of Iqaluit to the tranquil beauty of Sylvia Grinnell Territorial Park, every corner of Nunavut offers a unique story.


Prepare for an adventure that transcends the ordinary. Whether you're kayaking alongside beluga whales, witnessing the dramatic dance of the Northern Lights, or tracing the footsteps of ancient cultures, Nunavut promises a symphony of experiences that will resonate long after your journey ends. Here, under the open skies and amidst the boundless horizons, find yourself at the top of the world, where every moment is a brushstroke in your Arctic masterpiece. 


Welcome to Nunavut, where your once-in-a-lifetime adventure awaits.

    Arctic Echoes: A Journey Through the Heart of Nunavut  

Arctic Wonders: Discovering Nunavut's Hidden Gems & Photogenic Spots 

Hidden Gems & Must-Do Activities:

  • Baffin Island: Known for its breathtaking landscapes and warm hospitality, it offers unique holiday experiences and remote adventure travel.
  • Auyuittuq National Park: A land of rugged mountains and broad valleys, perfect for extreme adventurers and hikers.
  • Iqaluit: The service and administrative center of Baffin Region, it's home to the Nunavut Legislative Assembly and cultural institutions like the Unikkaarvik Visitor Centre.
  • Ellesmere Island: Offers spectacular mountainous and glaciated regions with abundant wildlife.
  • Quttinirpaaq National Park: Known for its mountainous terrain and diverse wildlife, perfect for hikers.
  • Sirmilik National Park: Boasts soaring mountains, rugged glaciers, and a variety of wildlife.
  • Naujaat (Repulse Bay): Offers land and sea adventures under the guidance of Inuit tour guides.
  • Belcher Islands: Supports polar bears and an abundance of marine life.
  • Pond Inlet: Known for its natural beauty and the Nattinnak Centre, which showcases the region's history and wildlife.
  • Qaummaarviit Territorial Park: Offers a glimpse into the ancient Thule culture and Inuit settlement.

Instagrammable Spots:

  • Penny Ice Cap in Auyuittuq National Park: A remnant of the Ice Age that provides stunning glacial views.
  • Mount Asgard: Offers impressive scenic views for photographers and rock climbers.
  • Grise Fiord on Ellesmere Island: Provides beautiful Arctic landscapes and wildlife spotting opportunities.
  • Lake Hazen in Quttinirpaaq National Park: A picturesque spot surrounded by muskoxen and diverse bird species.
  • Bylot Island in Sirmilik National Park: Perfect for capturing rugged glaciers and coastal lowlands.
  • Culvert cabin in Pond Inlet: An ideal spot for capturing the essence of Inuit villages against a mountainous backdrop​​.



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   Time difference to the UK - 8 hours

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