Northern Quebec is largely unpopulated by humans but the area is home to large caribou herds and other arctic wildlife. More...
Northern Quebec is largely unpopulated by humans but the area is home to large caribou herds and other arctic wildlife. Base camps are available in this area to view these herds as well as arctic wolves and muskox. Coastal areas also boast a very good population of polar bears making the area one of the best for arctic wildlife viewing.
A true northern tundra this area has a human population made up of mostly local aboriginal people in several villages spread out throughout the area. The largest of which is Kuujjuaq. Flights from Montreal are readily available to this remote community and will likely be the starting point of your adventure.
The rivers near Ungava Bay are home to some of the best arctic char fishing in the world and fly-fisherman descend on this area every summer for a chance of catching this elusive fish. Full service lodges offers a comfort setting for this fishing adventure of a lifetime.