Why You Should Go Now:
On the fringe of extremes, the Nunavut region is perhaps Canada's last frontier, an assortment of uninhabited islands, a scatter of Inuit population, a wildlife paradise for arctic adapted animals such as the polar bear, beluga whales, narwhals, musk oxen and more. Nunavut is as wild as it can get. Remote and desolate yet blessed with unfathomable wilderness, some of the most spectacular tundra and landscapes in a world that is nothing less than ordinary.
Best Time To Visit:
Depending on your agenda, whether it's basking in the Great Arctic Caribou Migration, witnessing the mysterious lifestyle of the belugas and narwhals or coming face to face with the majestic Polar bears, Summer (late May to August) represents the only window of opportunity to soak it all in.
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