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  • Relaxing by the sea

    near Cape Dorset
  • A sealskin artwork

    created in the Kitikmeot region
  • Enjoying the view

    on Baffin Island
  • A walrus basks

    in the sunshine near Igloolik
  • Our welcoming traditions

    begin with the qulliq lighting
  • A day at the office

    preparing fresh arctic char
  • Inuit snow goggles

    are called 'iggaak' in Inuktitut
  • Little fish

    set free after their photo op!
  • Cruising across

    the top of the world
  • Campgrounds in Nunavut

    are special places to enjoy

Your journey to the Canadian Arctic begins right here.

Welcome to the official website of Nunavut Tourism. Here you will find all of the online resources needed to help research and plan an unforgettable adventure of a lifetime.

Settled by indigenous people over four thousand years ago, Nunavut, which means 'our land' in Inuktitut, is the newest and largest federal territory in Canada. This enormous natural paradise is a place where ancient traditions, untouched landscapes and incredible wildlife exist together like nowhere else on Earth.

Nunavut Sannginivut is our motto — sannginivut — Our land, our strength.

Welcome to our land!

Latest blog entries

The Beautiful Flowers of the Arctic

The Arctic has some of the most beautiful flowers, hidden in plain sight, on the tundra. They may be small, but sure do make up for their size in colour, beauty and striking contrast to the often bare high-arctic tundra.

Every summer, these small colourful plants come out from underneath the winter snow, and bloom with the arrival of the arctic summer sun. Some bloom for just a few days! Here are just a few of the flowers on Somerset Island, along the Northwest Passage, and within the vicinity of Arctic Watch.

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Feed Your Mind with the Iqaluit Audioguide
I must say I have never been a big fan of audioguides. True, most of the audioguides I have listened to in my life were those strange sound systems they sometimes give us in museums. What happens is I often don’t have the time the whole visit requires. Often I speed through the museum in thirty to sixty minutes, stopping at the places that interest me the most. With these systems, we are forced to follow a rhythm and descriptions that make me feel like a prisoner. However, I always appreciate the content, which teaches me a great deal of things. I also like audio books I can listen to while walking to work, cooking or cross-country skiing. They are a great way to nurture the mind. We don’t just spend an hour or two in a city, we discover ...
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Welcome to Nunavut Tourism's brand new blog!
We are very excited to introduce this feature to our website and to have a new way to connect with people around the world who want to travel to Nunavut. Whether you're interested in Inuit culture, our exotic wildlife, the abundance of unique outdoor adventure opportunities or other activities, our blog will have something for everyone! Subscribe or check back regularly – we will be adding new content every month! Here you can expect to find stories, photos, videos and other great content – not only from the team here at Nunavut Tourism, but also from our 130+ members from Nunavut's tourism industry who deliver and contribute to the experiences that will leave you with memories to last a lifetime. From our guides and outfitters to our...
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