Nunavut holidays

Nunavut The newest of Canada’s provinces, Nunavut is a vast region that split in 1999 from the Northwest Territories and is characterised by Arctic tundra. The region is best visited in summer, when it comes alive with wildlife: caribou does and their newborn calves, roaming black bears and muskox. Many migratory bird species make the offshore islands their home, including Canada geese and eider ducks.

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