Canadian Arctic wildlife expeditions
'Far north, beyond the Canadian mainland, you will find the Arctic Archipelago of Canada, home to the northernmost point of the North American continent. This vast area in the Canadian Arctic, with its diverse landscapes consists of 94 major islands greater than 130 km2, not to mention the many thousands of minor islands. Together they form the world's largest High Arctic land area, apart from Greenland.
Three of these islands in the Canadian Arctic; Baffin, Victoria and Ellesmere are actually measured to be the 5th, 8th and 10th largest islands in the world, while Devon Island, situated between Ellesmere and Baffin, is considered the largest uninhabited island in the world.
The Canadian Arctic is a land of enchantment and isolation, with its vast wilderness of lakes and forests. It encompasses tundra, ice-covered regions and fjords along its varied coastline. Most islands are largely empty, except from some isolated settlements.
By visiting this region, you can encounter diverse wildlife such as polar bears, caribou, muskoxen, Arctic wolves, foxes and hares. Furthermore, you can find seals, whales and many thousands of seabirds on nesting cliffs along the coastline.
The Canadian Arctic also encompasses indigenous communities with rich cultural traditions, such as the Inuits, whose cultures and lifestyles are deeply connected to the Arctic environment. Centuries of historical exploration of this breathtaking place on earth make this a destination for fascinating travels.
Join us on one of our exclusive photo expedition to explore the true Arctic and discover the essence of the Canadian Arctic.