Discovering the North Pole was part of your to-do list? Then know that this dream is achievable! This vast territory that is the Arctic Circle is full of splendid natural landscapes. You will find glaciers, ice floes, inlets and much more! Finally, the inhabitants of this isolated region will also charm you: polar bears, walruses, bowhead whales and caribou herds.


The complete vaccine (2 doses) against COVID-19 is the only vaccine recommended by the Public Health Agency of Canada (PHAC) for inter-provincial travel. Please note that two doses of vaccine are required to take a flight, board a train or ship.


It is not necessary to travel with your passport from one province to another if you are a Canadian citizen or permanent resident. However, make sure you always have a valid identification card such as a driver’s license or health insurance card.


As a Canadian citizen or permanent resident of Canada, you must still communicate the dates of your stay in another province to your banking institution before your departure.


Arctic is a very vast territory. For this reason, temperatures can vary greatly from one area to another. The regions closest to the North Pole are constantly under the ice.  Generally winter temperatures vary between -40°C to 0°C, and can drop as low as -50°C. Average summer temperatures range from -10°C to 10°C.


Canada’s official languages are English and French. English is the main language used in all provinces except Quebec, where French is the official language. New Brunswick is the only officially bilingual province in the country. Although English is the dominant language, there are several French-speaking communities across Canada.

Things to do in Arctic

It is recommended to visit this vast wild territory accompanied by guides. The experts of this territory will know where and when to organize the best observations and sports activities in a safe manner.

There are several packages available for a memorable Arctic expedition. Ask our team to find the package that suits your needs and your budget.

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Take advantage of the expertise of our travel advisors to plan your trip to the Arctic.

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