Arctic Ocean Tour
Come out with us by boat on a one-of-a-kind arctic ocean tour, as we explore the shores of our hamlet, and beyond. We’ll keep a look out for orcas, narwals, seals, and more, while you enjoy fishing, and taking in the beauty of the land.
There are plenty of unique sights to explore, like the famous “pants” rock formation and the St. Georges Society Cliffs near Uluksan Peninsula and Oulouksione Point. The Society Cliffs have an elevation of 192 meters, and are a sight to behold. At the end of our daytime excursions, we’ll camp in heated tents by the ocean where you’ll have an opportunity to fish for your own fresh arctic char to roast for dinner. If you can’t catch supper don’t worry, we’ll feed you! Food for the trip is supplied by us as part of the tour package.
You’ll also have a chance to spot an orca whale pod, of about 30, which enjoys the waters around Admiral Inlet as well as other arctic wildlife unique to our remote Canadian arctic.
Please note: this tour itinerary is weather permitting, and subject to change.
Location: Arctic Bay
Length: 5 Days
Available Dates & Costs:
- $7,500 CAD
- Dates to be announced
Costs to do not include flights to and from Arctic Bay.
- St. Georges Society Cliffs
- Turner Cliffs
- Orca whale pod
- Polar bears
Guests will be picked up by taxi or shuttle at the airport in Arctic Bay. On arrival, guests will be met and transferred to the ‘Tangmaaqvik Hotel’ or home stay for our overnight accommodation.
We’ll head out from Arctic Bay towards Admiralty Inlet, in search of orca whale pods. Enjoy the scenery and the ocean air, as we fish and adventure on the water before heading inland to set up heated tents for a cozy night on the water.
Another day on the water where we’ll look out for narwhals. These are commonly spotted during our ocean tours and seeing narwhals tusking is an exciting and rare event! We’ll also check out some unique rock formations and geography specific to the area including the massive Society Cliffs. Another night will be spent tenting and listing to stories from our local Inuit guides.
We’ll boat over to see “the pants,” which have even been featured on CBC. This one-of-a-kind geography is worth a photo or two, as we continue our voyage and keep an eye out for Polar bears, arctic birds and other wildlife. We’ll spend a final night in our tents with a chance to catch our own supper of arctic char!
Guests will be shuttled back to the airport to connect with their outbound international flights.
Arctic Bay Adventure’s guides at 3:1 ratio, the guides are Inuit.
3 nights of camping in heated tents.
Breakfast, lunch, snack, dinner.
- Base camp: generators, bathroom for male and female, kitchen/group tents, cooking stoves, dishes, utensils
- Sleeping tents, sleeping bags, cots
First aid, repair kits, satellite phones, inReach devices, and SIKU.
- Snow machines to Floe Edge from base camp
- Airport transfers in Arctic Bay