Explore the remote areas of northern Quebec and Labrador on this hiking and wildlife safari. This is an unparalleled private safari to Quebec’s wide open spaces in Nunavik. Wildlife photographers and animal lovers alike have an opportunity to take full advantage of the natural resources here in the Arctic tundra and its incomparable animal life.
Nunavik will thrill those who would like to experience the absolute nature of the least travelled corners of Arctic Quebec. You will explore the Kuururjuaq National Park and immerse yourself in its spectacular scenery as well as his Labrador neighbour, the Torngat Mountains National Park.
The region is a true natural treat whose wilderness landscape is comparable to Norway and the upper Canadian Arctic. This real-life safari with floatplane travel, short exploratory hikes, and occasional camping along the hard-to-reach coasts of Ungava and Labrador is off the beaten track.
In July and August, watch the famed annual migration of caribou herds when thousands of hoofs trample the Labrador Plateau. Wolves on the hunt during the calving season add an opportunity for a rare and poignant experience. Both polar and black bears are well present along the coastal Ungava region and you will stop to observe them in their natural habitat.
This remarkably diverse itinerary takes you to the northern tip of Quebec and Labrador Peninsula, across the Arctic Cordillera and finally to the north Atlantic Ocean. Throughout this trip to the wide open spaces of Quebec, you will be escorted by your pilot-guide and share in flight and on foot, the splendid countryside dominated by mountains, fjords and seas.