2017, November 27
Seeing polar bears fishing arctic char in rivers is a very rare sight that few people have the privilege of attending. Nunavik, and particularly the peninsula of Quebec and Labrador, is without a doubt one of the few places in the world where we can observe this kind of scene.
Extremely remote and isolated, totally wild observation spots are often accessible only by floatplane, which limits the human attendance and preserves the habits of these magnificent animals.
Each season, only a dozen people have the chance to experience this extraordinary experience: observe feeding the largest terrestrial mammal on the planet.
If you too, want to be among the lucky ones who will see polar bears fishing, then do not wait and book your place without delay.
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