Arctic Kingdom Iqaluit
Where are we going today?
There are some parts of the world that are truly stunning, so it's almost a shame that these parts are rarely visited by people.
Lucky for you, if you're venturing north to Iqaluit, the you will be experiencing some pretty incredible sights - and Arctic Kingdom can help you!
Arctic Kingdom offers a range of guided and tailored expeditions which are perfect for families who have kids mid range and older.
There are land and water based adventures, so just take your pick! On land, you can enjoy arctic safaris, where the landscape, wildlife and culture of the Arctic are waiting to be explored!
Fancy a cruise? The Northwest Passage is one of the most remote areas in the world, and it could be seen by YOU!
If you want something a bit more short term, Arctic Kingdom offer smaller adventures, often four days. These include dog sledding, igloo building, scuba diving (yes, scuba!), fishing and boat trips. There is something for all seasons, so don't think you just have to visit in the winter!
And you're in the Arctic, so let's not forget about those northern lights! You can fly in, or take a longer trip to experience these dancing wonders in the sky! Don't forget your camera!
And if you're happy to spend the really big bucks they also offer fully customised expedition cruises for groups, private yacht charters and more.
Pretty cool - literally!
How much does it cost?
- AdultsVaries on the tour
- ChildrenSame as adult
When can we go?
Tour times vary so check when you book
Year round, with some seasonal activities
The longer trips include provisions, but it's always a good idea to take a supply of water and snacks for the family!.
Any Top Tips?
It's certainly worth looking into their price plans before getting excited as the costs are significant, but you are paying for utterly unique experiences with expert guides on hand throughout..
Doing our bit
They deeply care for the landscape, and so all of the tours take into consideration conservation efforts, and maintain encounters with wildlife by their natural terms, not for the tour. .
Need a little extra help?
Give them a call to discuss the accessibility of the trips you are interested in.
Make sure you pack plenty of layers!.