Canadian Arctic Wildlife Tours

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Embark on Canadian Arctic Wildlife Tours and discover the majestic beauty of the North. Experience unique wildlife encounters in a stunning landscape.

Embark on an unforgettable adventure and discover the breathtaking beauty of Canada’s Arctic with Canadian Arctic Wildlife Tours. Immerse yourself in the stunning landscapes and encounter a mesmerizing array of wildlife species in their natural habitats. From the iconic canadian arctic tundra and majestic whales to the elusive Arctic foxes and graceful narwhals, every moment spent in the Canadian Arctic is filled with awe and wonder.

Key Takeaways:

  • Encounter diverse wildlife species in the canadian arctic tundra, including polar bears, whales, Arctic foxes, and narwhals.
  • Immerse yourself in the stunning landscapes and witness the unique phenomenon of the Midnight Sun.
  • Choose from a wide range of cruise options and explore glaciers, icebergs, and picturesque fjords.
  • Connect with Inuit communities and learn about their rich cultural heritage.
  • Enjoy a personalized and safe experience with knowledgeable guides and small vessels.

Discover the Majesty of Baffin Island

Baffin Island, the fifth largest island in the world, is a destination that mesmerizes with its immense scenery and remarkable natural wonders. Located in the Canadian Arctic Archipelago, this remote paradise offers a unique opportunity to explore a land of soaring peaks, vast tundra, and breathtaking fjords. One of the standout attractions is the Sam Ford Fjord, renowned for its dramatic beauty.

As you journey along the eastern shore of Baffin Island, you’ll be captivated by the awe-inspiring landscapes that unfold before your eyes. The rugged mountains, carved by ancient glaciers, create a backdrop unlike any other. The vast tundra stretches as far as the eye can see, a testament to the raw and untouched wilderness of this region.

Among the fjords that grace Baffin Island, the Sam Ford Fjord stands out as an emblem of natural grandeur. Its towering cliffs, formed by the forces of ice and time, paint an awe-inspiring canvas against the endless expanse of the Arctic Ocean. Immerse yourself in the serene tranquility of this fjord, surrounded by pristine waters and untouched landscapes.

In addition to its breathtaking natural features, Baffin Island is also home to vibrant Inuit communities. Visit the picturesque Inuit community of Qikiqtarjuaq on Broughton Island and discover a rich cultural heritage steeped in history and tradition. Engage with the welcoming locals, learn about their way of life, and gain a deeper understanding of their sustainable connection to the land and sea.

Granite cliffs, towering icebergs, and the enchanting play of light on the Arctic landscape make Baffin Island a paradise for nature enthusiasts, photographers, and adventure seekers alike.

Baffin Island Highlights

Highlights Description
Sam Ford Fjord Experience the awe-inspiring beauty of one of Baffin Island’s most iconic fjords.
Inuit Community of Qikiqtarjuaq Discover the unique heritage and vibrant culture of the Inuit people on Broughton Island.
Granite Cliffs Be mesmerized by the dramatic granite cliffs that adorn the coastline of Baffin Island.
Untouched Landscapes Immerse yourself in the untouched natural beauty of Baffin Island’s vast tundra.

Embark on a journey to Baffin Island and unlock the majesty of this Arctic gem.

Encounter Wildlife in Lancaster Sound

Lancaster Sound Wildlife

Lancaster Sound, known as the “Gateway to the Northwest Passage,” is a rich marine habitat teeming with wildlife. Embark on a Zodiac tour to explore untouched inlets and bays, while getting up close to wildlife.

This area is home to a diverse range of Arctic wildlife, including polar bears, walrus, seals, and the majestic narwhal. The narwhal, with its iconic long tusk, is indigenous to the Arctic waters and offers a truly remarkable sight. Witnessing these magnificent creatures in their natural habitat is an experience like no other.

During your Zodiac tour, you’ll have the opportunity to observe these incredible animals up close, while maintaining a safe and respectful distance. The small and nimble Zodiac vessels allow for flexibility in exploring the rugged coastal landscapes of Lancaster Sound, providing an intimate and immersive wildlife encounter.

Not only will you have the chance to see polar bears, walrus, seals, and narwhals, but Lancaster Sound also offers a plethora of other wildlife species that call this region home. Keep your eyes peeled for humpback whales breaching the surface, Arctic foxes darting across the tundra, and a variety of bird species soaring through the Arctic skies.

Aside from the abundant wildlife, Lancaster Sound is also steeped in history. You can explore the historical sites that dot the coastline and learn about the brave explorers who ventured through these icy waters centuries ago.

As you navigate through the breathtaking beauty of Canada’s Arctic marine environment, you’ll witness towering icebergs, stunning glaciers, and the ever-changing colors of the Arctic sky. The serenity of the surroundings combined with the presence of incredible wildlife creates an unforgettable experience.


“The Zodiac tour in Lancaster Sound was an absolute highlight of my Arctic adventure. Seeing polar bears in their natural habitat was breathtaking, and the close encounter with narwhals left me speechless. The knowledgeable guides ensured we had a safe and unforgettable experience!”

– Jane, Arctic Wildlife Tours customer

Wildlife Species in Lancaster Sound

Species Description
Polar Bears Majestic creatures that roam the Arctic ice, with a distinct white fur coat.
Walrus Large marine mammals known for their tusks and social behavior.
Seals Aquatic mammals that inhabit the Arctic waters, including species like the ringed seal and bearded seal.
Narwhal Uniquely fascinating whales with a long spiral tusk protruding from their head.
Humpback Whales Giant marine mammals known for their acrobatic displays and haunting songs.
Arctic Foxes Adorable creatures that thrive in the Arctic and change their fur color with the seasons.
Various Bird Species Arctic skies are filled with birds like the Arctic tern, puffins, and snow geese.

Explore Canada’s High Arctic

Canadian Arctic Archipelago

The Canadian Arctic Archipelago is a remote and pristine destination that offers breathtaking landscapes, fascinating historical sites, and opportunities for cultural immersion. One must-visit location in this icy region is Pangnirtung, a beautiful village at the foot of Mount Duval. Here, travelers can explore the vibrant arts and crafts scene, where local artisans create intricate tapestries and prints inspired by the Arctic’s natural beauty. The village also serves as a gateway to the Auyuittuq National Park, known for its massive glaciers and rugged peaks.

Another highlight of the High Arctic is Kekerten Island, an uninhabited island with a fascinating whaling history. Visitors can learn about the island’s past and witness its stunning coastal scenery, characterized by soaring cliffs and pristine waters. Kekerten Island is also home to diverse wildlife, including seabirds, seals, and whales.

As you explore Canada’s High Arctic, you’ll encounter imposing fjords that stretch for miles, providing incredible photo opportunities and a sense of awe-inspiring grandeur. The combination of dramatic landscapes and rich cultural heritage makes this region a must-visit destination for adventurers seeking a unique Arctic experience.

Top Attractions in Canada’s High Arctic

Location Description
Pangnirtung A picturesque village known for its arts and crafts scene, as well as its proximity to Mount Duval and Auyuittuq National Park.
Kekerten Island An uninhabited island with a fascinating whaling history, captivating coastal scenery, and diverse wildlife.
Imposing Fjords Majestic fjords that offer breathtaking photo opportunities and a sense of awe-inspiring grandeur.

Uncover the History of Beechey Island

Beechey Island

Beechey Island, located on the western side of Devon Island, is a small island with a rich history and dramatic scenery. Named after British explorer Frederick William Beechey, the island was a significant location for Arctic exploration. It gained further fame in 1903 when Roald Amundsen arrived here after completing the first voyage through the Northwest Passage. Visitors to Beechey Island can pay homage to the crew members who tragically lost their lives on Sir Jon Franklin’s expedition, as their graves are located here.

Exploring Beechey Island

Beechey Island offers a unique opportunity to delve into the history of Arctic exploration and pay tribute to Sir Jon Franklin’s ill-fated expedition. The island’s rugged terrain and striking landscapes provide a captivating backdrop to this historical site.

Grave Explorer Year
Robert Braine Sir Jon Franklin’s expedition 1845
John Torrington Sir Jon Franklin’s expedition 1846
John Hartnell Sir Jon Franklin’s expedition 1846

Discover Arctic Wildlife with Small Vessels

Arctic Wildlife Tours offers a unique and intimate experience of Arctic nature and wildlife. Travel on small vessels with a maximum capacity of 12 passengers, ensuring a personalized journey. The tours are led by a team of expert guides and photographers who have a deep understanding of the region and its wildlife.

With a responsible approach to vulnerable wildlife and nature, Arctic Wildlife Tours provides flexibility to freely explore and experience the breathtaking beauty of the Arctic. The company’s focus is on creating an enriching and safe experience for both visitors and the wildlife they encounter.

Embark on intimate Arctic Photography Expeditions aboard small vessels, guided by experienced Arctic specialists. Get up close and personal with magnificent creatures as you navigate the untouched Arctic landscape. Whether you’re capturing stunning shots of polar bears in their natural habitat or witnessing narwhals gracefully glide through icy waters, every moment is an opportunity for a once-in-a-lifetime encounter.

Your journey with Arctic Wildlife Tours is carefully designed to balance adventure with responsible wildlife encounters. The small vessel size allows for unhurried explorations and minimizes the impact on the delicate Arctic ecosystem. Experience the thrill of wildlife sightings without disturbing their natural behavior.

“Arctic Wildlife Tours provided an extraordinary experience of the Arctic, allowing us to encounter wildlife up close while respecting their natural habitats. The small vessel added to the intimacy of the journey, and the expert guides made every moment memorable.”
– Sarah Jenkins, Nature Photographer

Arctic Specialists Guiding Your Adventure

Arctic Wildlife Tours is staffed by a dedicated team of Arctic specialists who possess a deep passion for the region. They have spent years exploring and studying the Arctic, acquiring extensive knowledge and expertise that they eagerly share with visitors.

These Arctic specialists are not only knowledgeable guides but also skilled nature photographers. They understand the nuances of Arctic photography and are dedicated to helping you capture stunning images of the wildlife and landscapes you encounter.

Rest assured that your Arctic Wildlife Tour will be led by experienced professionals who prioritize your safety and the wildlife’s well-being. Your guides will provide insightful commentary, answer your questions, and ensure that your experience is both educational and awe-inspiring.

Unforgettable Arctic Wildlife Encounters

Arctic Wildlife Tours offers a range of itineraries and destinations to suit your preferences. Whether you dream of exploring the frozen landscapes of Svalbard or venturing to the North Pole itself, there is an Arctic Photography Expedition that will exceed your expectations.

Immerse yourself in the wonders of the Arctic as you witness polar bears prowling the ice, Arctic foxes darting across the tundra, and majestic whales breaching the surface. These small vessels provide the perfect platform for wildlife watching, ensuring that you have a front-row seat to all the action.

Table: Arctic Wildlife Tours Itinerary Highlights

Itinerary Highlights
Svalbard Adventure Close encounters with polar bears, walruses, and Arctic foxes
North Pole Expedition The ultimate Arctic adventure, crossing the 90°N latitude
Arctic Wildlife Safari Spotting whales, seals, and seabirds in their natural habitats

Embark on an Arctic Photography Expedition with Arctic Wildlife Tours and unlock the secrets of the frozen wilderness while capturing stunning images that will forever remind you of your extraordinary adventure.

Meet the Guides at Arctic Wildlife Tours

Arctic Wildlife Tours is proud to introduce our team of expert Arctic specialists and nature photographers. With over a decade of experience, our guides are dedicated to providing you with exceptional Arctic expeditions that are both enriching and safe. Our meticulous planning and execution ensure that your journey with us will be one to remember.

Unparalleled Expertise

Our guides are highly knowledgeable about the Arctic region and its unique flora and fauna. They bring a wealth of expertise and a lifelong passion for Arctic nature and wildlife to every expedition. With their extensive experience, they will guide you through this majestic landscape, sharing fascinating insights and stories along the way.

Capturing Unforgettable Moments

Not only are our guides Arctic specialists, but they are also experienced nature photographers. They understand the art of capturing the beauty and essence of the Arctic through a lens. They will be there to assist you in capturing the most incredible moments from your journey, ensuring that you go home with stunning photographs that reflect the awe-inspiring landscapes and wildlife encounters.

“The guides at Arctic Wildlife Tours are simply amazing! Their knowledge and passion for the Arctic are contagious. They made our expedition unforgettable, and with their guidance, we captured some truly breathtaking photographs.” – Michelle S., Nature Enthusiast

A Love for Arctic Nature and Wildlife

What sets our team apart is their deep love and respect for Arctic nature and wildlife. They are committed to preserving and safeguarding this fragile region for future generations. At Arctic Wildlife Tours, our guides follow strict ethical guidelines to ensure respectful interactions with wildlife, prioritizing the well-being of the animals and their natural habitats.

Join us on an Arctic expedition and embark on an adventure guided by passionate Arctic specialists and nature photographers who share their profound love for this mesmerizing region. Let us help you create memories that will last a lifetime.

Testimonials from Satisfied Visitors

Visitors who have traveled with Arctic Wildlife Tours have shared their positive experiences and appreciation for the company’s commitment to responsible and respectful wildlife encounters. They praise the exceptional wildlife sightings, including polar bears, walrus, Arctic fox, and more. The small group sizes and professional guidance provided by the AWT team, such as on the MS Malmo, ensure unforgettable moments and ample space for wildlife photography. Visitors also highlight the team’s emphasis on keeping a safe distance and avoiding any actions that may cause unnecessary stress to the animals.

Experience the Wonders of Arctic Wildlife Tours

Visitors who have embarked on Arctic Wildlife Tours have been captivated by the incredible experiences they’ve had, ranging from the exceptional photographic opportunities to the delightful culinary experiences. With a deep understanding of animal territories and wildlife boundaries, Arctic Wildlife Tours ensures authentic encounters with wildlife in their natural habitats, providing a truly immersive experience for visitors.

One aspect that visitors appreciate is the smaller ship sizes offered by Arctic Wildlife Tours, such as MS Origo, which allow for flexibility and the opportunity to embark on multiple Zodiac excursions each day. This ensures that visitors have ample time to explore and capture breathtaking moments with their cameras.

“Arctic Wildlife Tours provided me with extraordinary photographic opportunities. From the moment I stepped foot on the ship, I was amazed by the stunning landscapes and the incredible variety of wildlife I encountered. I was able to get up close and personal with polar bears, seals, and even witnessed the mystical narwhal in its natural environment. The knowledgeable guides really went above and beyond to help me capture the perfect shot. It was truly a photographer’s dream come true!”

– Emily, Wildlife Photography Enthusiast

The dedication to culinary excellence is another highlight of Arctic Wildlife Tours. Visitors not only get to revel in the beauty of the Arctic, but also savor delicious meals prepared by the onboard chefs. The culinary experiences offer a delightful blend of local cuisine and international flavors, ensuring that visitors leave with not only stunning photographs but also unforgettable taste memories.

Whether you’re an avid photographer looking for exceptional photographic opportunities, a food enthusiast seeking culinary experiences, or simply someone who desires to immerse themselves in the wonders of the Arctic, Arctic Wildlife Tours offers an excellent choice for your Arctic adventure. Create memories that will last a lifetime as you capture stunning photographs, indulge in delectable flavors, and embrace the magic of the Arctic landscape.

Embark on a micro cruise with Arctic Wildlife Tours and experience the wonders of the Arctic like never before.


Embarking on Canadian Arctic Wildlife Tours is an extraordinary opportunity to immerse yourself in the wonders of the Arctic and engage with its incredible wildlife. From the majestic polar bears and enchanting narwhals to the elusive Arctic foxes and playful seals, every wildlife encounter is an awe-inspiring adventure.

What makes this journey even more extraordinary is the captivating backdrop of the Arctic’s stunning landscapes, adorned with towering icebergs and illuminated by the mesmerizing glow of the midnight Sun. It is a world unlike any other, where nature’s beauty unfolds at every turn.

Arctic Wildlife Tours takes pride in providing a safe and enriching experience, with expert guides and small vessels that allow for flexibility and intimate encounters with nature. Whether you’re capturing remarkable photographs, indulging in culinary delights, or embarking on micro cruises, every moment with Canadian Arctic Wildlife Tours is nothing short of extraordinary.

Embark on a North Pole journey with Canadian Arctic Wildlife Tours and create memories that will last a lifetime. Experience the thrill of encountering diverse wildlife, explore the breathtaking landscapes, and revel in the wonders of the Arctic. Choose Canadian Arctic Wildlife Tours for an unforgettable adventure into the heart of the North.

Frequently Asked Questions

What wildlife can I expect to see on Canadian Arctic Wildlife Tours?

On Canadian Arctic Wildlife Tours, you have the opportunity to encounter a wide range of wildlife, including polar bears, Arctic hare, lemming, reindeer, ox, giant moose, Arctic fox, snowy owl, narwhal, walrus, seals, giant whales, and orca.

What is there to explore on Baffin Island?

Baffin Island, the fifth largest island in the world, offers breathtaking scenery, such as soaring peaks, vast tundra, and magnificent fjords like the Sam Ford Fjord. You can also visit the Inuit community of Qikiqtarjuaq on Broughton Island to learn about their unique heritage.

What wildlife can I see in Lancaster Sound?

Lancaster Sound is a rich marine habitat teeming with wildlife. On a Zodiac tour, you can get up close to polar bears, walrus, seals, and the narwhal, which is indigenous to the Arctic waters.

What can I explore in Canada’s High Arctic?

Canada’s High Arctic offers a remote and pristine experience. You can visit the village of Pangnirtung, explore stunning landscapes, remote historical sites, imposing fjords, and even visit the uninhabited island of Kekerten with its rich whaling history.

What is the significance of Beechey Island?

Beechey Island is a small island with a rich history and dramatic scenery. It was a significant location for Arctic exploration and is home to the graves of crew members from Sir Jon Franklin’s expedition.

What kind of vessels are used on Arctic Wildlife Tours?

Arctic Wildlife Tours uses small vessels with a maximum capacity of 12 passengers. These smaller vessels allow for a personalized and intimate journey.

Who are the guides at Arctic Wildlife Tours?

The guides at Arctic Wildlife Tours are experienced Arctic specialists and nature photographers. They bring a wealth of knowledge and skill to every expedition.

What do visitors say about Arctic Wildlife Tours?

Visitors praise Arctic Wildlife Tours for their commitment to responsible and respectful wildlife encounters. They also appreciate the exceptional wildlife sightings and the small group sizes that allow for an intimate experience.

What can visitors expect on Arctic Wildlife Tours?

Visitors can expect incredible photographic opportunities, delightful culinary experiences, and the flexibility of smaller ships for multiple Zodiac excursions each day.

Why should I choose Canadian Arctic Wildlife Tours?

Canadian Arctic Wildlife Tours offers a unique opportunity to explore the wonders of the Arctic and encounter diverse wildlife. With knowledgeable guides and small vessels, you can enjoy a safe and enriching experience.

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