- Brook Trout Fishing (June 28 – July 4): 3 rods available.
- Splendours of Arctic Quebec (July 4 – 11): 3 places available.
- NEW ! Trek – Secrets of the Arctic Cordillera (July 9 – 18): 4 places available.
- Grand Crossing of Uqjuktok and Saglek peninsula (July 9 – 18): 4 places available.
- Trout and Arctic char fishing combo (July 18 – 23): 3 places available.
- Torngat Mountains air safari (July 26-31) : 8 places available.
Published: 2015-03-26March 26, 2015 Planning a fishing vacation in Canada in 2016? Be a smart traveler, reserve your vacation now for 2016 at the current year (2015) price and save. Get the best places, fish the best rivers and take advantage of the "Early Booking discount". Save up to 450. $ / group of 3 people on our packages of 7 days. SAVE EVEN MORE ! The weakness of the Canadian currency is a good news for the Europeans and Americans travelers and allows to save 800. US $ to 1500. € / person and sometimes more on some of our vacation packages. Fish the best rivers on the East coast of Ungava - migratory arctic char, speckled trout, lake trout and landlocked salmon. Contact us for the last space available. From June 24th through September 7th, 2016. Need help planning your next trip, or have questions about an existing reservation? Contact your travel specialist. firstname.lastname@example.org
Published: 2015-03-18March 19, 2015 You don't have to go round the world to see icebergs and polar bears. The Quebec and Labrador Peninsula situated between the Ungava Bay and the Labrador Sea is one of the best places on earth to photograph gigantic mountains of ice and polar bears in their natural habitats. Icebergs are fully formed works of art sculpted by nature and come in a vast array of shapes due to melting and breaking. Icebergs are any sizes; from “tiny” growlers which are about the size of small cars, to bergy bits which are about the size of a small house, to immense icebergs of all sizes. The vast majority of the icebergs which we find in the Labrador Sea originate from large chunks of glacier ice break off from the Greenland ice cap. During their 2 to 3 year journey, they will be drifting north into Baffin Bay, to eventually make their way down the Labrador Coast from Davis Strait. The best time to see the icebergs along the Quebec and Labrador Peninsula is between mid-July and mid-August. This is also a great time to see polar bears, seals and whales. From August 4 – 10th 2015, we have three (3) places available for the following trips: email@example.com
Published: 2015-03-12March 12, 2015 Here are our last availability on our programs in June and July, 2015.
Published: 2015-03-12LABRADOR FROM 4716 $ CAD Valid until 20/08/2015 Autonomous 9 nights trip Activity : Trekking and camping For autonomous trekkers only! Set off on an adventure and discover the best kept secret places of the Arctic Cordillera – rugged mountains, oceanic fjords, thousand-year-old glaciers, towering waterfalls, fathomless canyons… With so many places to be discovered, it is...