Nanavut Arctic Watch Eco-Lodge – Somerset Island, Canada

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The Nanavut Arctic Watch eco-lodge is located on Cunningham Inlet, Somerset Island, on the fabled Northwest Passage.

An important stopover on the beluga whale migration the region also supports a large polar bear population and is home to walrus, seal and narwhal as well as caribou, muskox, arctic fox and many species of birds including peregrine falcons.

There are some exceptionally preserved archaeological sites and activities include mountain-biking, sea-kayaking, hiking, raft float trips, nature observations and learning about the Inuit culture.

The lodge includes sixteen simple but comfortable cabins with private facilities and meals are hearty and tasty.

 
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