Northern Quebec—Nunavik territory—is absolutely breathtaking: open rugged tundra, roaring waterways, incredible wildlife, the Torngat Mountains and Arctic Ocean. And we should know: Team Outpost spent two weeks expeditioning here, trekking and rafting and eating raw fish straight from the Koroc River. (See our January-February 2014 issue.)
On this trip you head to the community of Kuujjuaq for the rare opportunity of sighting tundra wolves in the wild. You will stay in a wildlife camp beneath the midnight sun in Ungava Bay and be led to den sites by experienced guides. Bring a camera if photographically inclined—this is a once-in-a-lifetime trip!
• Enjoying what was in 2015 a 100-percent success rate for spying on white tundra wolves
• Flying into a small northern community that few will ever have a chance to experience from Montreal
• Marvelling at 20 hours of sun so far in the Canadian North around the summer solstice
• Scoping out musk-ox, caribou and calves in their natural habitat