The Canadian Arctic territories offer sparsely populated wilderness and the magnificent Polar Bear. Stretching across thousands of mile of North America’s most extreme hinterland, Canada's Arctic territories—the northernmost portions of the Yukon, Northwest Territories, and Nunavut—offer sparsely populated and largely untouched landscapes. Roads are rudimentary; most distance travel depends on planes. Except on sea cruises, tourist amenities are few. However, for adventuresome travellers there’s a wealth of opportunities for unparalleled wilderness experiences and chances to experience local traditions.
Join us on voyages through the North West Passage voyage follows in the footsteps of the early Arctic explorers such as Franklin, Amundsen and Larsen. Alternatively, across onto Greenland on a Hurtigruten Explorer Voyage.