Luxury Arctic Canada Tours
Experience Arctic Canada in luxury with Jacada Travel. We’ll create a tailor-made Arctic Canada tour just for you. And we’ll help you choose luxury, boutique and character accommodation, private tours and your perfect mix of locations and activities.
Despite its desolate reputation, this frozen wonderland teems with life. Beneath the surface of the mirror-smooth waters, rare and enigmatic mammals jostle for resources. The bowhead whale lives exclusively in the Arctic waters and the mysterious horned narwhal also inhabits these seas, seldom to be seen south of the Arctic Circle. Icebergs drift by in electric blue pack-ice formations, and on land ice caps glisten in the long sunsets of summer. Majestic polar bears wait for the sea to freeze, alongside wary seals and walruses and playful Arctic foxes. This land neither lacks in culture. You’ll benefit from the generational knowledge of local Inuit guides who will open up their fascinating and ancient way of life for you. This is your chance to understand the ice and the people, animals and flora that inhabit it.
The Canadian Arctic is magical year round. In spring the frozen tundra melts into rivers that cause the icy ground to become carpeted with colourful flowers. Summer heralds never ending days and everlasting sunsets that cast the land in an otherworldly light. Winter means that you can cross the frozen sea on snowmobiles and traditional sleds for an experience you’ll never forget, and it’s also the best time to visit for a chance at seeing the Northern Lights.
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When to go
Cross-country skiing is a popular activity in the winter (November to February), and the Northern Lights are visible during this time. Early March provides great snowmobiling opportunities, and continues through to May. May to August (summer) has the highest temperatures, with summer having 24 hours of daylight, which is excellent for hiking and camping. The autumn months of September to October is a good time for polar bear watching as the Arctic is in full bloom and bears traverse the countryside.