Grise Fiord, also known as Aujuittuq in Inuktitut meaning ‘place that never thaws’, nestles amongst majestic mountains at the end of a stunning fiord. As one of the the most isolated communities in the North, the people of Grise Fiord have overcome hardship to establish a home in one of the most beautiful parts of Canada. It is the closest community to Quttinirpaaq National Park - Canada’s second largest and most northern National Park. The Nirjutiqavvik National Wildlife is also located nearby.
Essential experiences include:
- A guided visit to Quttinirpaaq National Park and to Nirjutiqavvik National Wildlife Area
- Local Inuit arts and crafts plus locally made traditional clothing
- Viewing abundant wildlife – beluga whales, narwhal, walrus, seal, muskox, and polar bears