Nunavut

 

This is the True North. Experience the Inuit way of life with arts and crafts, music and performance art, hunting and fishing, and dog sledding behind the rare Canadian Inuit dog. If you have a spirit of adventure, Nunavut welcomes you.

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Travel times to Iqaluit

City Flight Time
Boston 7 hr 25 m
New York City 7 hr 45 m
Chicago 15 hr 30 m
Los Angeles 11 hr 15 m

Weather Average

  • December - February
    -14.4° F
  • March - May
    6.3° F
  • June - August
    42.8° F
  • September - November
    22.6° F

What to Do

 

What to do

Be in the know about must-see experiences.

  • It’s Baffin Island that draws the most visitors to Nunavut every year, and it isn’t hard to see why.
    It’s Baffin Island that draws the most visitors to Nunavut every year, and it isn’t hard to see why.
    Mt. Asgard
  • When the ice begins to melt in spring, Nunavut is home to some of the best wildlife viewing in the world.
    When the ice begins to melt in spring, Nunavut is home to some of the best wildlife viewing in the world.
    A polar bear handprint in Nunavut
  • Nunavut’s Arctic landscape is exquisite. To truly understand the culture, join Iqaluit’s summer Alianait Arts Festival.
    Nunavut’s Arctic landscape is exquisite. To truly understand the culture, join Iqaluit’s summer Alianait Arts Festival.
    Alianait Arts Festival Nunavut
  • A trip to Nunavut is spent learning about wilderness, wildlife, and the Inuit people.
    A trip to Nunavut is spent learning about wilderness, wildlife, and the Inuit people.
    Nunavut camping
  • With local Inuit to guide you, embark on the angling and hunting journey of a lifetime.
    With local Inuit to guide you, embark on the angling and hunting journey of a lifetime.
    Fishing in Nunavut

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Itineraries
Don’t miss the iconic spots and hidden gems. No matter where you go in the Nunavut,
there are amazing itinerary ideas for you to explore