Pond Inlet (Mittimatalik- Place where Mitima is buried) is renowned for its scenery. Located at the eastern entrance to the Northwest Passage on the Eclipse Sound and overlooking famous Bylot Island, mountain ranges are viewable in all directions and icebergs often dot the ocean. Pond Inlet provides you with intimate access to marine mammals such as narwhal and beluga whales, migratory birds, and polar bears. Pond Inlet also has unique trips for those seeking something different - bicycle atop the sea ice and parasail above gigantic glaciers. This is the perfect spot to indulge your arctic fantasies.
- Exploring the incredible beauty and splendor of nearby Sirmilik National Park, by dogsledding, snowmobiling, boating, or skiing
- Walking through the community and meeting the people whose strong cultural values continue to thrive in everyday life, and attending a performance by the Tununiq Arsarniit Theatre Group
- Discovering the floe edge, glaciers, explorable ice caves and scenic fiords