Looking for a little more excitement in your planned vacation? Our All-Inclusive Package has everything you need to create memories that last a lifetime.
Our All-Inclusive Package begins with a direct flight from Montreal to Kuujjuaq. There they will be greeted by our kind and experienced staff who will escort them to their lodgings, featuring state-of-the-art accommodations and amenities.
All meals are included with this package and are prepared by our expert team, providing you with an authentic Inuit dining experience.
For the true explorers out there, our All-Inclusive package provides the chance to explore further and go faster. Featuring both ATV and Bike tours, guests will be treated to some truly breathtaking areas of wilderness that rarely experience any human contact.
Guests are free to explore and take in all that Nunavik has to offer. From the fantastic arctic wildlife to the majestic rivers scattered across the landscape, the region is filled with interesting places to explore and friendly people to help guide you there. Book with us today!
Ungava Polar Eco-Tours is perfect for outdoors enthusiasts looking for a once-in-a-lifetime adventure. While staying in state-of-the-art accommodations for such a remote area in an immense territory, they will soon discover what the beautiful Gyrfalcon Islands have to offer: a rare and unique occasion to combine features that are found nowhere else in the world in a larger-than-life landscape.
Nunavut and Nunavik are two different regions of Northern Canada inhabited by the Inuit community. Nunavik is located in the Inuit region of Arctic Quebec and is delimited by the Ungava Bay to the north, the Hudson Bay to the west and Newfoundland and Labrador to the East. Nunavut covers most of Canada’s north territories past the 55th north parallel, and is also home to many Inuit communities.
Nunavik has an incredible variety of animals, both on land and in the water, inhabiting this wild tundra. We are proud to offer our customers an experience where they can see famous land animals and marine mammals:
Fishing season in the north of the province is famous among fishing enthusiasts around the world. Flying over to the Ungava Bay rewards amateurs with fishing ventures in lakes and rivers filled with Atlantic salmon, arctic char, and many varieties of trout.
Proud of their unique ancestral heritage, the Inuit of Nunavik are more than happy to share their way of life with visitors keen on discovering their vibrant culture. No matter where you go in these remote regions far north, associations like the Nunavik Tourism Association are committed to sharing with visitors elements of the Nunavik Inuit culture through activities and experiences such as throat songs and igloo building.