January 16th, 2017
Who has never dreamed one day of flying to the Far North? To a place where the mountains fall down in the sea, endless tundra, hidden trailheads and turquoise waterfalls. A place where Inuit lives for thousands of years and where polar bears outnumber tourists. Experience Nunavik’s Arctic Quebec region like never before on this five-day air journey.
This year’s trip to Nunavik is jam-packed with activities like a guided air safari, an overnight in bivouac, a scenic hike and fishing—with delicious food, fascinating cultures, and cozy lodge. Seeing Nunavik for the first time is a life-changing experience!
Our group leader Mr. Bernard Gervais, will lead the group of floatplane pilots from the southern part of Quebec to Rapid Lake Lodge. Nunavik is closer that you may think, in fact you could be here tomorrow. The flight with a C-180 floatplane normally takes 7 to 8 hours with a few fuel stops enroute.
Date of the trip: August 1-5, 2017
Number of participants: minimum of 8 and maximum of 10
View the trip description (PDF format): TRIP TO NUNAVIK 2017