Land of the Inuit, host to three of the most spectacular national parks in Quebec and the home of fantastic Arctic wildlife, stretching above the 55th parallel, Nunavik is the northernmost region of Quebec, a 507,000 km2 pristine territory and the ideal playground for nature lovers in search of a true adventure.
Discover this land with your Inuit hosts, proud of their unique ancestral heritage and happy to share their way of life with visitors; hear elders’ stories, mesmerizing throat songs and memorable legends. Set out on an ice fishing expedition by dog sled, sleep in an igloo and watch the northern lights shimmer in vast arctic skies.
A wilderness paradise almost equal to the size of France made of snowy tundra, boreal forest, scenic mountains, untamed rivers and countless lakes, this unspoiled region is waiting to be explored. Dive into a wild adventure in the great outdoors sea kayaking or white-water rafting, or stay on dry land and head out hiking, mountaineering, backcountry skiing or snowshoeing.
See the world-famous Pingualuit crater in Pingualuit National Park; a perfectly circular lake within the walls of an ancient meteorite strike, now filled with some of the purest water in the world. Push your limits in Kuururjuaq National Park discovering the mythical Torngat Mountains following an ancient Inuit route leading to Ungava Bay. Bear witness to the great caribou migration of one of the largest herds in the world; see the polar bear in its natural coastal habitat; understand the link back to prehistoric times in an encounter with musk ox and tundra wolves. Come home, changed forever.