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Hiking tour and air safari into Labrador and northern Quebec


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.

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TRIP DETAILS
DESTINATION
EQUIPMENT/CLOTHING
ACCOMMODATIONS
MEALS & DINING
DATES & PRICING
ITINERARY
TRIP TYPE
Hiking
SEASON

July to August

DIFFICULTY
Easy / Moderate
MAXIMUM GROUP SIZE
4
GUIDE INFORMATION

Expertise and services of an experienced wilderness pilot and naturalist are included on all guided walks.

RESTRICTIONS

Tour dates are confirmed with a minimum of 2 participants.

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
Not Applicable
TRANSPORTATION

Trips originate and end in Montreal, Quebec.  The package includes flight from Montreal to Kuujjuaq and floatplane transfers from Kuujjuaq to the lodge on Ungava Bay.

WEATHER

Summer temperatures will range from 0 to 20 degrees Celsius during the day.

REGION
Labrador
PROVIDED EQUIPMENT

Satellite communications, phone and Internet access, comprehensive travel planner with detailed pre-trip information, landing permits and access rights to the Torngat Mountains and Labrador native lands.

SUGGESTED CLOTHING

Warm coat, long sleeved shirt, fleece or wool sweaters, long pants, wind pants, rain gear, hiking boots, sneakers, hat, gloves.

SUGGESTED ITEMS

Camera, daypack, water bottle, binoculars, pocket knife.

ACCOMMODATIONS

Accommodations are in private cabins at the lodge with hot shower facilities.  The lodge offer cozy guest cabins of hand-hewn timber. Every room is provided with modern accommodations and offer daily room service. Two nights are spent camping on the tundra.

MEALS & DINING

MEALS & DINING

Breakfast, lunch and dinner included daily as well as snacks and beverages between meals and wine and beer.

7 day tour, available July - early August
$8130.00 / per person - CAD
Based on double occupancy. July 4-10, July 10-16, July 16-22, July 22-28, July 28-August 3, August 3-9, August 9-15, August 15-21, 2018.
PAYMENT INFORMATION
Pricing does not include: 5.00% GST. 10.00% PST.

A 50% deposit is required to hold your reservation.

Balance of payment is due 90 days before trip commencement.
CANCELLATION POLICY & DETAILS
91 days prior to start of trip, $200. 61-90 days prior to start of trip, 25% of trip price. 31-60 days prior to start of trip, 50% of trip price. 0-30 prior to start of trip, no refund.

7 day tour, available July - early August

Day 1

Montreal - Kuujjuaq - Upon arrival at the lodge, the manager-owner will welcome you with a cocktail and overview of your upcoming itinerary. Afternoon trek to take in the subarctic tundra. Dinner and overnight stay at the lodge.

Day 2

Day 2 & 3: East Coast of Ungava. The morning starts with an air safari along the East coast of Ungava Bay, flying over wonderful rivers, waterfalls and icebergs. We will touch down at a variety of spots bordering the sea to watch the polar bears. At day’s end, we’ll set up our bivouac at the edge of a magnificent lake right in the heart of the Torngat Mountains. The next day, we’ll make a morning excursion to explore the valley of the dunes. This valley lies in stark contrast to the rugged mountains surrounding it and it’s a great place to find wolves, foxes, tundra dwelling black bears and caribous. At the end of the day, sit back and relax around a campfire and enjoy the sounds of nature around you. Overnight camping.

Day 4

Day 4 & 5: The continent land’s end. After breakfast, we’ll fly-out to Killineq at the continent  land’s end (the far north-eastern tip of North America). Killineq is in a wilderness area of great beauty to explore and marine wildlife is abundant. At the end of the day watch the sunset over the mountains, make a campfire, enjoy a glass of wine and a fine meal. Overnight in bivouac The next day we’ll take the breakfast in the heart of the tundra and fly-out to explore some of the most imposing fjords in North America. We’ll touch down to explore impressive waterfalls, rocky chimneys, glaciers and archaeological sites. Overnight stay at the lodge.

Day 6

Walk with the caribou. Spend one day on the tundra walking with thousands of caribou. The first sight of the long processions of caribou stretching several kilometers will leave you totally amazed, and a walking safari in this exceptional place is unforgettable. After a long winter, thousands of caribou return to give birth on the George River plateau. The area is well known to amateur and professional photographers in search of a subarctic wildlife photo safari. Overnight stay at the lodge.

Day 7

Return to Montreal. Breakfast at the lodge.