October 6th, 2015
Have you decided where you are going next summer? Picking your next trip is not always easy, here is an idea of the watchable wildlife that the Far-North of Quebec and Labrador has to offer.
A magnificent polar bear roaming an untamed landscape, caribou migrating across the tundra, millions of arctic char spawning up rivers, the haunting cries of the loons and many other wildlife-viewing opportunities await you in Arctic Quebec and Labrador.
Join a guided tour through a national or provincial park to look for bear, caribou, wolves and muskox.
Consider a flightseeing trip for a bird’s-eye view of wildlife to spot humpback whales, seals and walrus. This is also a great occasion to photograph magnificent icebergs, explore remote fjords and why not walk on a glacier.
While viewing opportunities abound, one thing is for sure, no matter which path you choose, you’ll remember it for a lifetime.
Season: 24 June – 7 September
Duration: 7 days / 6 nights
Type of tour: Guided Small Group
Travel by: Floatplane / helicopter
Price p.p. from: 12118. $ CAD
Special Offer: Great “Early booking discount”. Contact us !
Not included: Optional activities – can be added on request, personal gear, alcoholic drinks, tipping at your discretion (international standard 5-10$US/day/p.), personal travel insurance.
Need help planning your next trip, or have questions about an existing reservation? Contact your travel specialist. firstname.lastname@example.org