Labrador and the Torngat Mountains are one of Canada's best kept secrets. Be one of the first to explore one of Canada's newest National Parks on this sub-Arctic Cultural, Photography and Science Safari. You'll be left breathless!
Fly-in by private plane from Goose Bay, Labrador, to a luxury safari-style base camp where you can kayak, boat and heli-hike, Canada's stunning Torngat Mountains National Park alongside the Nunatsiavut Inuit, Parks Canada guides and arctic researchers.
This one week luxury eco-adventure, photography, culture and science safari, in one of Canada's newest and picturesque parks, with glaciers, deep fiords, wide valleys filled with blooming flowers, will showcase the best the arctic summer has to offer. This is a wildlife and landscape lovers paradise.
With a 15 minute helicopter tour and choice of four of our five guided excursions during the week, you will be able to discover and explore by air, boat and hiking a region that some have declared as 'the most beautiful place in the world'. Learn from and/or participate in arctic research from resident researchers who stay at the base camp for the brief summer season. Local Nunatsiuvut Inuit are your hosts and guides, along with Arctic experts knowledgeable in photography the local flora and fauna.
Polar bears, black bears, caribou, ptarmigan, arctic wolf and arctic hare make the Torngat Mountains their home, and you can find arctic char in the rivers. The Inuit have used the Torngat Mountain as a vital source of food and travel for thousands of years.
Designed for travelers who want active exploring days combining moderate physical activity with Inuit cultural and heritage experience and extra comforts at the Torngat base camp.