In the Nunavut Province of Canada you can see waterfalls, walruses, and even spend a night in an igloo. You can visit national parks such as Auyuittuq National Park or explore a variety of small, peaceful Canadian towns.
Visit the Quammaarviit Territorial Historic Park in Iqaluit, which has remains of ancient Thule homes. Take a day trip to Repulse Bay and receive a tour from an Inuit guide. While in Nunavut you can also visit Ellesmere Island to go snowmobiling. You can also spend a night in an igloo, view the waterfalls at Katannilik Territorial Park, or see the animals at the Thelon Wildlife Sanctuary.
The largest city in Nunavut, Canada is Iqaluit, which has a population of a little over 7,000 people. To learn more about the city’s history, visit the Unikkaarvik Visitor Centre. If you’re visiting during the summer, make sure to visit the annual summer festival, which features artwork created by locals. Iqaluit has a variety of outdoor activities, such as snowmobiling, fishing, hiking, dog sledding, canoeing, and cross-country skiing.
Rankin Inlet is a great town for viewing wildlife such as caribou, walruses, and Arctic foxes. You can also go berry picking, kayaking, and attend town celebrations. Arviat is another small town in Nunavut. For views of the whole town, visit Whale’s Town Monument. Arviat is also known for its’ fishing and for having thousands of birds, including everything from swans to snowy owls. Another small Nunavut town is Cambridge Bay. In Cambridge Bay you watch ice carving competitions, go fly fishing, and shop for local art made from turquoise and ivory.
Garry Lake is known for its’ fishing and camping areas. The largest lake in the Nunavut province is Nettilling Lake. Nettilling Lake is on Baffin Island. Visit Nettilling Lake to see migrating birds, fish for stickleback, and see nearby caribou.
Auyuittuq National Park is filled with glaciers and valleys. The park is great for hiking and seeing wildlife such as Arctic foxes. Another national park in Nunavut is Sirmilik National Park. In Sirmilik National park you can go hiking, snowmobiling, and skiing while seeing seals, snowy owls, and polar bears.
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