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Explore Torngat Mountains National Park
Spend the next two days exploring the otherworldly beauty of the Torngat Mountains National Park, the ancestral home of the Inuit people. A land of mountains and glaciers, rare arctic wildlife, ancient rock formations and remote communities, the Torngats
Sail through the deep fjords and narrow channels of the Torngat Mountains National Park, named for the Inuktitut word ‘Tongait’, meaning place of spirits. Seemingly unchanged for millions of years, this spectacular landscape is home to polar bears and caribou and the Inuit tribes who hunt them using the same techniques as their ancestors have for centuries. Your expedition team will launch the Zodiacs and take you deep into the channels and estuaries of the Torngats in search of Arctic wildlife and ancient archaeological sites, perhaps passing through the Eclipse Channel or Nachvak Fjord, stretching 20 kilometres through soaring rocky walls that soar almost 900 metres from the deep waters of the fjord below.
Depending on weather and tide conditions, you might explore the landscape on foot, in search of herds of Caribou and other wildlife, or perhaps sail to admire some of the ancient rock formations that date back 3.92 billion years! In the southern reaches of the Torngats in areas such as Saglek Fjord, scan the shore for polar bears hunting their prey on the edges of the shore and watch the water for beluga whales and other cetaceans. As the days draw to a close, look to the skies in search of the dancing green streaks of light swirling through the atmosphere, for this is the domain of the magnificent Aurora Borealis or ‘Northern Lights’. This phenomenal display by mother nature is the ultimate way to end a day amongst the breath-taking beauty of the Torngats.
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