Nunavut Travel to
ATTRACTIONS: (a few major)
Nunavut, Canada's largest and newest territory (1999), for decades was isolated. Now, the focus is on its rich culture and abundant natural assets.
"Canada's best kept secret" is an exciting arctic destination. With its diverse topography, there are many opportunities for adventure: camping, cross-country skiing, hunting and fishing, dog sledding, mountain hiking and visits to ice flows.
The rich history of the Inuit can be found in the archaeological sites in Nunavut.
Nunavut is a spectacular, "untamed, unspoiled and undiscovered" destination.
For more choices of things to do and see and detailed information, follow the links below.
- Electricity: 110/120V, 60Hz
- Times to Travel: Nunavut is the most unusual of the Canadian destinations, as it is covered in ice most of the year.
Spring and summer are the best times to travel as the temperatures are at their most comfortable. In the summer, up to 24 hours of daylight between April and August is the norm.
In the winters, the temperatures are frigid and communities in the northern part of the territory are in total darkness.
TOURISM SITES AND LINKS:
- Auyuittuq National Park
- Baffin Island
- Canada Travel
- Canada Tourism - Territory of Nunavut
- Explore Nunavut
- Kitikmeot Region
- Kivalliq Region
- Nunavut Bird Watching
- Nunavut Territorial Parks
- Quttinirpaaq National Park
- Resolute Bay
- Travel Nunavut
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