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If Nunavut isn’t on your bucket list yet, it should be. Other than being Canada’s largest territory and one-fifth of Canada’s landmass, it’s also host to a polar desert climate and free-roaming polar bears. Pretty cool, right? So cool that the land and water are frozen most of the year and sometimes in the winter it can be difficult to discern where the land ends and the sea begins. But don’t let that scare you! Simply plan your trip in the spring or summer to experience the most accommodating climate. And if you don’t have anyone to travel with, don’t worry! We found the best place to meet other travelers in our trusty list below.
Situated in the most remote locations of Nunavut, these lodges are built to allow tourists to experience the best of the land, whether that be through arctic adventures or chowing down on authentic cuisine. Don’t be afraid to visit these lodges solo. They are created so that everyone has an exceptional experience they will never forget.
Bed & Breakfasts
It’s best to do as the locals do when traveling and in this case that means staying with them! What better way to see a new area than to stay with the people that live there? New to the scene, Bed & Breakfasts are becoming more widely available in Nunavut and are a great option for accommodation that encourages you to interact with locals and fellow travelers to enjoy the most authentic experiences.
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