Located along Hudson Bay on the Ungava Peninsula, Nunavik is one of four Inuit homelands in Canada that make up Inuit Nunangat, about one third the size of Québec and similar in size to France.
Host to three of the most spectacular national parks in Quebec, Nunavik shelters true gems of nature that are sure to delight fans of the great outdoors, whether hiking or even mountaineering, sea kayaking or white-water rafting, backcountry skiing or snowshoeing.
This territory dubbed the Great North for its thousands of kilometres of tundra, boreal forest, mountains, rivers, and lakes, offer adventure in its most authentic form. In summer, the sun seldom sets, and you can experience four seasons in 24 hours. In winter, the sky comes alive with the northern lights, moving like luminous marionettes.