Nunavik, it’s people and their land 2025



Join me for 7 days/6 nights adventure visiting 3 communities, living in their coop style hotels, guided by local Inuit guides searching for wildlife. We will be roaming the land with local vehicles and rivers with freighter boats.

July 2025

Includes air from/to Montreal Air

My operator offers you an opportunity to see and photograph Quebec-Labrador’s polar bear, musk-ox and caribou, the big three among the Arctic wildlife. We proudly present to you a dynamic circuit that will lead you into their remote lands, far from man’s reach. Constantly in motion aboard a motorized canoe, you will see polar bears off the coast of Ungava Bay as well as musk-oxen on Diana Island where Eider ducks go to nest. At any moment during your stay in Nunavik, you might cross paths with herds of caribou that migrate at this time of year and you might see icebergs drifting offshore.

Your stay in Nunavik will include a visit to three villages that lie along the coast of Ungava Bay. You will travel by plane with Air Inuit and land in the villages of Quaqtaq, Aupaluk and Kuujjuaq, the starting points to the magnificent scenery and wildlife of Nunavik. When you return from Nunavik, you will leave behind a part of yourself and take home memories that will live forever.

Trip highlights

  • Canoe trips motorized along the West coast of Ungava
  • View wildlife, sea mammals and flora
  • Hiking
  • Visit an archeological site
  • Visit of 3 villages of Nunavik
  • Seven days of adventure in search of Caribou, Polar Bears and Musk-oxen.
  • Accommodations in Coop Hotels


Depart Montreal-Trudeau airport and fly to Kuujjuaq aboard a Canadian North 737 jet. Flight duration is about 2h15 min. You will then make your connection on an Air Inuit plane to Quaqtaq. A lunch box will be served to you. Meet your Inuit Adventures guides for a town tour and a visit of Cape Hopes Advance, the abandoned weather station that operated from 1928 to 1970. From the top of the hill, spot some splendid icebergs that often drift at this time of the year. Return to Quaqtaq later in the day.
Overnight at the Quaqtaq Co-op Hotel.

At high tide, you will leave by freighter canoe for Diana Island. Be ready to take pictures of Beluga whales, Musk-oxen and Eider ducks. See how the Inuit use the Eiderdown that has been delicately removed from the nests, to make their warm parkas. Hike across Diana Island and discover herds of resident Musk-oxen and beautiful Arctic flowers. Return to Quaqtaq later in the day.
Overnight at the Quaqtaq Co-op Hotel.

Early morning, take a walk in the village and meet the friendly people of this small Inuit community of only 300 before you board your plane that will fly you to the village of Aupaluk. Meet your local guides. You will do a tour of the town and at high tide you will visit an excavated archeological site. You will spend the night at the Aupaluk Coop Hotel.
Overnight at the Aupaluk Co-op Hotel.

At high tide, you will travel with your guides to the mouth of the Leaf River in search of Polar Bears who feast on Eider duck and Seagull eggs. During this time, you will have a chance to possibly see other Wildlife such as Beluga and Minke whales, Musk-oxen and Artic wolves. Return to Aupaluk later in the day where you will spend the night at the Aupaluk Co-op Hotel.
Overnight at the Aupaluk Co-op Hotel.

In the morning, your guides will take you to the waterfalls not far from the village of Aupaluk and you will have a chance to see where the locals have their small cabins. You will come back for lunch at the Aupaluk Coop Hotel and in the afternoon, you will visit the school, the Center Director will explain the curriculum and show you throughout the school. Unfortunately, at this time, the students are off for summer break. You will spend the night at the Aupaluk
Co-op Hotel.
Overnight at the Aupaluk Co-op Hotel

Today we will retrieve our belongings and have some time to do a walk around town, and do a last little bit of sightseeing before our departure for Kuujjuaq. Upon your arrival in Kuujjuaq your local guide will meet you at the airport and b ring you to your hotel in Kuujjuaq.
You will then depart for a town tour, you will also have a chance to visit the town hall and look at photographs that have been cataloged from elders past and present.
Overnight at Kuujjuaq Co-op Hotel or Auberge Kuujjuaq Inn

It is already your last day in Nunavik. Before leaving this magical place, you will have the chance to shop at a local gallery and do a final walk around before you take your southbound flight to Montreal.

Includes air from Montreal: $9092.00cad p.p. twin share. Price for 2025 SUBJECT TO CHANGE

Package includes

  • Round trip air transportation from Montreal to Kuujjuaq with Canadian North.
  • Shuttles to and from airports.
  • One way air transportation from Kuujjuaq to Quaqtaq, from Quaqtaq to Aupaluk, from Aupaluk to Kuujuaq with Air Inuit.
  • 6 night accommodations in comfortable hotels
  • All listed activities
  • All meals
  • Group coordinator (bilingual), Carole Gobeil
  • Although we try to bring you to areas where we normally see wildlife, we cannot guarantee that you will see them but the odds are positive.

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Nunavik, it’s people and their land 2025
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