Experience

Nunavik offers today’s adventure-seeking traveler an immersion into nature on a truly grand scale, the way your ancestors once experienced the North American frontier – raw, powerful, and pure in its abundant beauty. Cultural heritage runs deep here. It is a retreat from the increasingly congested and urbanized world we live in – a place where hiking, exploring, learning about age-old traditions, and just sitting and cherishing Mother Nature’s treasures will leave you yearning to return again.

Below you will find samples of our pre-packaged tour itineraries with scheduled departure dates.

However… Are you planning a research project in the region? Thinking about making a documentry, or writing a book? Or perhaps you would like information on group bookings, or have an uncommon travel request (i.e. fuel for your private aircraft)? Maybe you would simply like some help in designing your personal one-of–a-kind experience?

If so, GIVE US A CALL because we have extensive networks of local people, resources, and expertise that we can draw upon and connect you with to provide the custom solutions and logistical support you need to make your dreams and plans a reality.

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Experience

The Polar Bear, the Musk-ox and the Caribou - Nunavik's Big Three

Inuit Adventures offers you an opportunity to see and photograph Quebec-Labrador's polar bear, musk-ox and caribou, the big three among the Arctic wildlife. We proudly present to you a dynamic circuit that will lead you into their remote lands, far from man's reach. Your stay will include a visit to four villages that lie along the coast of Ungava Bay - the starting points to the magnificent scenery and wildlife of Nunavik. When you return from Nunavik, you will leave behind a part of yourself and take home memories that will live forever.

Upcoming dates: July 2nd-8th, July 5th-11th and 7th-13th, 2016.

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In Search of Nunavik's migrating caribou at camp in Kangirsuk

Inuit Adventures invites you to discover this region through photography. Since lighting in the north is different to the light’s glow in the south, we provide a professional photographer who will be there to help you discover how to express your talents in a new way. Who knows, you might wake up surrounded by a herd of Caribou roaming through camp. That would be a great opportunity to use your new techniques in photography.

Upcoming dates: July 9th-15th, 2016.

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Aurora Borealis in Kuujjuaq on Ungava Bay

Fly north to Kuujjuaq for a weekend and live a short but exciting adventure where the main focus will be the viewing of the aurora borealis every night. Kuujjuaq is known to be a great location to view this phenomenon.

Upcoming dates: Departures on Fridays from September 15th to April 15th.

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Discovering Kuujjuaq

You might wonder why Kuujjuaq is the most traveled village in Ungava. Inuit Adventures offers an exceptional perspective of Kuujjuaq which reveals how the whole region buzzes with activity, providing the essential services to the local Inuit and to the entire population of Nunavik. Comfortably lodged at our co-op hotel, you will have the leisure to spend the week ambling through town, gaining understanding that would have been impossible without your guide. During your stay, you will of course also have the opportunity to gaze upon the spectacular aurora borealis sweeping across dark blue skies.

Upcoming dates: Departures on Mondays, returns on Fridays.

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Puvirnituq in the summer and the winter

This 4 day package is the perfect introduction for the non-tourist seeking a real travel experience – one in which to learn first hand the living natural and cultural history of the local Inuit who have, on the outer edge of the known world, carved themselves a place to call home. In a rare opportunity, the Inuit community of Puvirnituq invites you to join them for a day (or two) to experience their seasonal activities and help you create a memorable, unforgettable story of your own.

Upcoming dates:
Winter: Mid-March unil the end of April, 2016.

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Kuujjuaq - Dry Bay in the winter

Swoosh across the brilliant white snow of the Arctic tundra, led by a team of Inuit sled dogs scrambling with excitement in a fan-hitch before you. Our winter weekend dog sledding package includes a visit to the hospitable Inuit community of Kuujjuaq, complete with a guided tour of the village, opportunities to buy local crafts, and two nights of hotel accommodation. Cap off your adventure with a modern day 45-minute helicopter ride to retrace your travel route and forever imprint this experience in your mind.

Upcoming dates: Mid-March until end of April, 2016.

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The Polar Bear, the Musk-ox and the Caribou - Nunavik's Big Three

Inuit Adventures offers you an opportunity to see and photograph Quebec-Labrador's polar bear, musk-ox and caribou, the big three among the Arctic wildlife. We proudly present to you a dynamic circuit that will lead you into their remote lands, far from man's reach. Your stay will include a visit to four villages that lie along the coast of Ungava Bay - the starting points to the magnificent scenery and wildlife of Nunavik. When you return from Nunavik, you will leave behind a part of yourself and take home memories that will live forever.

Upcoming dates: July 2nd-8th, July 5th-11th and 7th-13th, 2016.

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