Home to polar bears, musk-oxen, arctic foxes and hundreds of beluga whales, the Canadian High Arctic is an unparalleled destination for the adventurous expeditioners.
Canadian High Arctic Expeditions
The Canadian High arctic consists of Canada, Greenland, and Baffin Island. These locations provide wonderful natural landscapes, wildlife and are great for adventure. We visit the High Arctic at the best time of year – when Spring transitions to Summer and the sun is constantly shining. The High Arctic is a paradise full of animals. In the waters you can find narwhals, beautiful belugas, majestic bowhead whales and seals. The rocks and the sky are full of migratory birds. On the land you can find caribou, wolves, musk-oxes, Arctic foxes and Polar bears.
Traveling the Canadian High ArcticThe Canadian High Arctic is great to experience from the water on a vessel, but also from land in the middle of nature. At Waterproof we offer expedition cruises on comfortable vessels that provide a wonderful view, multiple destinations and close ups to wildlife. If you rather stay in a lodge on the land and roam around the wild nature looking for wildlife above and below the surface, the Canadian High Arctic has just that. For the real adventure seekers we have a Heli-ski trip at Baffin island for experienced skiing.
Canadian Arctic Highlights
• Inuit communities
• Very remote region
• Whales, Beluga's, Sea Lions
• Polar bears
• Enormous glaciers
• Lush tundra
• Historical sites
Travel period: August - September
Out on the floe edge of Baffin Island, surrounded by rugged mountains and stunning glaciers, our Narwhal and Polar Bear Safari will take you on an Arctic adventure like no other.
Imagine yourself under the vast and silent skies of the high Arctic with the midnight sun bathing passing icebergs in a warm glow as narwhal pass by. This is the ultimate Arctic diving experience!
Explorer these three Arctic destination and enjoy beautiful landschapes, mountains, wildelife and Inuit communities.
In the Canadian Arctic we will search for Polar Bears along the ice edge in Davis Strait, visit the stunning town of Pangnirtung with it’s backdrop of Auyittuq National Park and look for bowhead whales in Cumberland Sound.
In Winter, this “roof of the world” is transformed into a majestic white desert; whilst in Summer, for a few short weeks, the temperature rises enough for the ice to melt.