- Brook trout (fly fishing): June 20 – July 20, September 1 – 7.
- Arctic Char – migratory (fly fishing): June 20 – July 10, August 5 – September 15.
- Wildlife observation: July 1 – September 7.
- Nature tour: July 1 – August 20
- Air Safari: July 1 – 30
- Hiking and mountain climbing: July 10 – August 20
- Canoe and kayak: July 10 – August 20
- Trout fishing (June 24-29): 3 places available.
- Trout and arctic char fishing combo (June 29 July 4): 3 places available.
- Photo safari polar bear and iceberg (June 29 July 4): 3 places available.
- Torngat Mountains Air Safari (July 26-30): 6 places available.
Published: 2015-02-26February 26, 2015 Have you ever thought of a winter vacation where you could ride across the snowy landscape of the Canadian Far North, to watch auroras borealis and why not learn how to build an igloo? Travelling to Nunavik is simple. A two hour Jet flight due North from Montreal you’ll find the capital of Nunavik, Kuujjuaq. From here you board an Air Inuit flight to Kangiqsualujjuaq (George River). This small modern Inuit community is the only one located on the East Ungava Bay coast and nearby you’ll find our playground; the Arctic Cordillera southern ecozone. This exceptional region is filled with breathtaking natural wonders. Magnificent mountains carved with fjords, canyons, rivers and endless lakes. The dreamed land for the nature photographers and the adventurers seeking authentic experiences and exceptional images. Colorful cascades in tints of emerald and jade, lunar landscape, pure less snow, auroras Borealis… For the more adventurous, it’s the experience to overnight in an igloo, to climb summits and to find yourself above the clouds. If it’s the kind of trip that you are in quest of, just let us know and we’ll work with you to create your custom made dreamed vacation. Our local guides will be happy to make you discover comfortably the Nunavik’s winter hidden secrets. Winter in the Torngat Mountains: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FVLmL9Aqi7o Need help planning your next trip, or have questions about an existing reservation? Contact your travel specialist. email@example.com
Published: 2015-02-19February 19th, 2015 Hundreds of tourists visit Arctic Quebec and Labrador each year to fish, safari, hike, climb, camp, canoe-kayak and more. One of the most important things to consider when you book a trip is to select the “prime-time” period for the activity that you intend to experience. The success of your vacation greatly depends on it. PRIME-TIME DATES ACCORDING TO THE ACTIVITIES
Published: 2015-02-12February 12th, 2015 The reservations of our different vacation packages in July are progressing very quickly. There are still some limited spaces available for the following programs.
Published: 2015-02-06February 6th, 2015 Revive your sense of adventure on this 7-day jam-packed tour for two (2) exploring Nunavik’s natural wonders: the Arctic Cordillera, the Torngat Mountain National Park, the moonlike landscapes at Land’s End, the oceanic fjords, the icebergs, the polar bears, the caribou herds… There are so many places to be visited, so many beautiful things to be discovered and marvels to be appreciated. Travel, discover and enjoy making the journey diary of your trip and make us dream! We count on your adventure account to share it with our readers. Conditions Departure from Kuujjuaq in July 2015. The participants must be a resident of Canada and must be 18 years of age or older. Write a complete journey report accompanied with photos and video clips. The names of the winners will be revealed on May 1st, 2015 and will be posted on this web site. The winners will be informed by e-mail and will have a deadline of 3 days to claim their prizes. How to enter ? E-mail us your name, address, phone number with the reason of your participation to firstname.lastname@example.org