Arctic Watch, Nunavut - Dates: June to August
Explore the Worlds most northerly lodge
A 5 star experience in the true North with world class beluga viewing, polar bears and amazing tundra excursions
500 miles north of the Arctic Circle, Arctic Watch is a permanent wilderness resort that offers hotel-like accommodations in a remote Arctic setting. Guests experience the beauty and wonder of this fabulous place, while enjoying the comforts of home and delicious dining experiences.
Situated on the shores of the Northwest Passage, Arctic Watch is located in Cunningham Inlet, Somerset Island, Nunavut. Home to one of the last beluga nurseries on earth, nearly two thousand beluga whales congregate annually in the inlet, for the months of July and August. Somerset Island is home to muskoxen, arctic foxes, polar bears, seals, migratory birdlife and more.
That in the most northerly fly-in lodge in the world which offers a level of accommodation that’s the equivalent to that of a 5-star hotel in Nunavut.
This is the experience of a lifetime 500 miles above the Arctic Circle.
Sea kayak the Northwest Passage, photograph unique Arctic wildlife, raft or paddle board the Cunningham River, fish for Arctic char, view 1,000-year-old archeological sites, hike and mountain bike the tundra or ATV the shores of Somerset Island. With all the equipment you need, let nature be your guide in this truly wonderful arctic journey.