Visit our beautiful town of Arviat ("group of baby whales") and watch carvers, seamstresses at work. Watch a traditional drum dance or an Inuk (Eskimo) building an igloo (snow house) in the winter month.
Go on a dog team ride where the land is vast and you can see for miles around. Watch the caribou herd migrate to their calving grounds. You will see many different birds and animals wandering freely.
July weather is fairly warm, and can go up to 23 celcius.
January is coldest and temperature is around minus 35-40 celcius.
May is spring and not cold, about minus 5-10 celcius
Sun hardly disappears in June, longest day of the year is 22nd.
Age range, type of group
We offer tours to any age group.
Sleeping and meals
Local hotels offer comfortable beds and complete meals.
Snacks can be prepared for inland trips.
Policies & Restrictions
We do not have any restrictions regarding animals. However, Arviat, being a "prohibited" community, alcoholic beverages are not permitted within the community premises.
Our rates start at $2500 per person from Winnipeg, and includes
3 nights and 4 days stay.
Airfare and other costs are not included.
For more information, do not hesitate to call us at (867) 857-2215
or e-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org
For more tour packages, please inquire anytime.
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Fishing lodge for lake trout, arctic char, grayling or whitefish. Open July 1 to September 30. Located 35 miles from Arviat, accessible by float plane, boat. Up to date accommodations and meals. Scenic location and abundant wildlife.
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P.O. Box 58
Arviat, Nunavut, Alaska X0C 0E0 View Interactive Map