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Autumn Caribou & Northern Lights Photo Safari

Autumn Qamanirjuaq Caribou & Northern Lights Photo Safari Overview

Venture through the land of Qamanirjuaq caribou while admiring the blazing autumn colours of the tundra and shimmering northern lights in the evening sky.

autumn_caribou_img_9322_photo-credit-arviat-community-ecotourism Explore from a remote lodge on Ennadai Lake the great land of the Qamanirjuaq caribou, one of the largest herds in North America. Iver 350,000 Qamanirjuaq caribou roam the tundra of western Hudson Bay. In late August to early September, the caribou are spread out over the barren-lands of south-western Nunavut against a striking backdrop. Autumn colours paint the tundra with crimson reds, golden yellows, and shimmering oranges, and caribou with full racks can be spotted within meters of where we stand.

Highlights of the Qamanirjuaq caribou experience

  • Witness the majesty of the Qamanirjuaq caribou from young calves to large males with full racks.
  • Admire the vibrant colours of autumn that paint the tundra in reds and golds.
  • Be dazzled by the shimmering northern lights that dance across the night sky.
  • Enjoy boat rides along lakes and rivers against stunning backdrops of the barren-lands.
  • Experience the serenity and silence of the tundra.
  • Try fishing for trophy fish. autumn_caribou_northern_lights Flying in from Yellowknife aboard a private plane, we’ll land at our remote lodge, which sits on a high ridge on a peninsula, overlooking a dazzling lake. This 84km (52 miles) long lake has natural choke points where the caribou can bee seen crossing. We’ll be able to spot mothers with young calves along with males with their full-grown, velvety racks.

    Using a fleet of aluminum boats, we’ll enjoy day trips from the lodge along the lake to look for opportunities to photograph the Qamanirjuaq caribou swimming in the water as they cross the lake. At other times, we will beach the boats to take short hikes on the tundra. Other wildlife we may see in the area include muskoxen, grizzly bears, and tundra wolves.

    In the evening, experience the awe-inspiring scenes of the northern lights that dance across the night sky. Listen to the silence of the tundra broken by the hooves of caribou and delight in every moment of this unforgettable caribou safari.



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SUMMARY
2015 EXPEDITION SUMMARY
Trip Length
8 Days / 7 Nights
2015 Dates
Aug 28 - Sept 4 10 spaces left
Sep 4 - 11 Sold Out
Sep 11 - 18 2 Sold Out
Sep 18 - 25 Sold Out
2015 Price
$6,495 + 5% GST from Yellowknife

Based on double occupancy
SGL Supplement
N/A
Flight Package
Included from Yellowknife
Group Size
20
Location
Ennadai Lake, Nunavut, Canada
2016 EXPEDITION SUMMARY
Trip Length
7 Days / 8 Nights
2016 Dates
Aug 26 - Sept 2
Sep 9 - 16 2
2016 Price
USD $5,895 + 294.75 GST from Yellowknife, based on double occupancy
2016 SGL Supplement
x 2
2016 Flight Package
Included from Yellowknife
Group Size
20
Location
Ennadai Lake, Nunavut, Canada
2015 prices quoted in CDN. 2016 prices in USD. Read the 2015 Terms and Conditions. Read the 2016 Terms and Conditions.
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