5-day extension: Immerse yourself in the lure of the Labrador wild
History & culture | Natural world | Wildlife
Immerse yourself in the wilds of Labrador as you explore the Torngat Mountains National Park, a wilderness coast of towering fjords and turquoise lakes.
The Nanuagak or ‘little polar bear’ itinerary takes you from Goose Bay to Saglek and then onto the Torngat Mountain Base Camp & Research Station. While here, spend your days exploring first-hand the Inuit culture and heritage with a range of excursions including a visit to Hebron; a national historic site and the remaining Moravian building that remains one of the most historically significant mission-built structures in the province. Hebron remains a very special place for many Labrador Inuit.
Other trips explore North Arm, considered one of the jewels of the Torngat’s with cascading waterfalls and a lake with indigo-blue waters that is also often the place to spot black bears, Sallikuluk, which is a focal point of the Inuit cultural landscape and whose archaeological sites span more than 5,000 years of occupation. Nachvak Brook is a spectacular excursion to the beginning of the 100-year-old Inuit trail and a popular spot for the polar bears.
The Torngat Base Camp is reached by flight from Goose Bay on a Wednesday from mid July to the end of August.
The Torngat Mountain Base Camp & Research Station is a working base camp and accommodation is in one of the most comfortable, insulated and heated Design Shelters or Intershelter tents. Base camp facilities include a shower block and dining room.
Any element of this accommodation can be adjusted to suit your needs. Just contact us to find out more.
Includes flight from Goose Bay, all meals, 4 nights at Base Camp, a 1-hour helicopter tour and a choice of excursions.
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