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HOW TO HAVE A ONCE IN A LIFETIME ADVENTURE? THE SAFEST AND MOST BREATHTAKING FLOE EDGE JOURNEY  HAS BEEN REVEALED.

HOW TO HAVE A ONCE IN A LIFETIME ADVENTURE? THE SAFEST AND MOST BREATHTAKING FLOE EDGE JOURNEY  HAS BEEN REVEALED.

 January 10, 2020 | Kiko Desaca 

 January 10, 2020 | Kiko Desaca 

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Floe Edge Safari is the perfect adventure for first-time visitors to the Arctic as well as seasoned Arctic travellers. It is suitable for adults and families, and amateur or professional naturalists and photographers. This Arctic tour offers an excellent opportunity for a chance of viewing narwhal and photographing other Arctic wildlife, including polar bears, seals and a variety of bird species, as well as spectacular landscapes.

The vast expanses, seemingly-endless skies, and tranquillity of the Arctic, and the small group program allows for a serene and unhurried experience of the Arctic. Relax with the freedom to linger and watch or photograph the magnificent Arctic scenes around you or simply discover the beauty and wonder of the Arctic’s floe edge.

Floe Edge Safari is the perfect adventure for first-time visitors to the Arctic as well as seasoned Arctic travellers. It is suitable for adults and families, and amateur or professional naturalists and photographers. This Arctic tour offers an excellent opportunity for a chance of viewing narwhal and photographing other Arctic wildlife, including polar bears, seals and a variety of bird species, as well as spectacular landscapes.

The vast expanses, seemingly-endless skies, and tranquillity of the Arctic, and the small group program allows for a serene and unhurried experience of the Arctic. Relax with the freedom to linger and watch or photograph the magnificent Arctic scenes around you or simply discover the beauty and wonder of the Arctic’s floe edge.

Once in a lifetime adventures are hard to find and sometimes very dangerous and unsatisfying. There are a lot of places that offers magnificent beaches and white sands but the floe edge offers a different kind of fulfillment and satisfaction during the journey, plus it can be a fun family vacation. Seeing Animals on their natural habitat and how they interact with people is amazing and can be educational too. Polar bear and Narwhal sight seeing in the Artic are picturesque views you will never forget. Ice camping can be a unique experience for Camping enthusiast and new campers. It will definitely be a worthwhile journey.

Once in a lifetime adventures are hard to find and sometimes very dangerous and unsatisfying. There are a lot of places that offers magnificent beaches and white sands but the floe edge offers a different kind of fulfillment and satisfaction during the journey, plus it can be a fun family vacation. Seeing Animals on their natural habitat and how they interact with people is amazing and can be educational too. Polar bear and Narwhal sight seeing in the Artic are picturesque views you will never forget. Ice camping can be a unique experience for Camping enthusiast and new campers. It will definitely be a worthwhile journey.

Trip Itinerary:

Day 1

Upon landing in Pond Inlet, you will be welcomed by our local Arctic Kingdom representative and transferred to a local hotel.Meet your Expedition Leader for a trip briefing and hot dinner. Overnight in hotel.

MEALS: Dinner Included

Day 2

After breakfast, an orientation from Parks Canada, meet your guides on the beach in preparation for your departure to our camp on Eclipse Sound. Travelling to our Arctic Safari Camp by qamutik (a traditional Inuit wooden sled with suspension or foam padded seats pulled behind a snowmobile), you will experience the exhilaration of gliding across the ice. The journey’s time will vary depending on ice conditions but will

include tea and coffee stops. Our Arctic Safari Camp will be set up a few kilometres back from the floe edge.

MEALS: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner Included

Days 3-6

During the next few days, our excursions will include trips out to the floe edge to look for wildlife. Enjoy the mild spring weather and engage in a variety of activities at the floe edge. Snorkel and kayak amongst sea ice when conditions permit.

One of the greatest highlights for many guests on this safari is the opportunity to observe a variety of Arctic wildlife in their natural habitat. Migratory birds are also in abundance and with the stillness of the Arctic, you are able to hear the songs of the birds before you even see them. Ice conditions permitting, you may also visit the Bylot Island Migratory Bird Sanctuary, where more than 200,000 birds choose to nest each year. For birders, the earlier departures are best for this activity.

MEALS: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner Included

Day 7

After breakfast, depart camp by qamutik and snowmobile to Pond Inlet. Enjoy your final night in Pond Inlet with a special Inuit cultural presentation. Overnight in hotel.

MEALS: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner Included

Day 8

Depart for Ottawa with the spirit of the Arctic, and a full album of memories and friendships.

MEALS: Breakfast Included

Trip Itinerary:

Day 1

Upon landing in Pond Inlet, you will be welcomed by our local Arctic Kingdom representative and transferred to a local hotel.Meet your Expedition Leader for a trip briefing and hot dinner. Overnight in hotel.

MEALS: Dinner Included

Day 2

After breakfast, an orientation from Parks Canada, meet your guides on the beach in preparation for your departure to our camp on Eclipse Sound. Travelling to our Arctic Safari Camp by qamutik (a traditional Inuit wooden sled with suspension or foam padded seats pulled behind a snowmobile), you will experience the exhilaration of gliding across the ice. The journey’s time will vary depending on ice conditions but will

include tea and coffee stops. Our Arctic Safari Camp will be set up a few kilometres back from the floe edge.

MEALS: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner Included

Days 3-6

During the next few days, our excursions will include trips out to the floe edge to look for wildlife. Enjoy the mild spring weather and engage in a variety of activities at the floe edge. Snorkel and kayak amongst sea ice when conditions permit.

One of the greatest highlights for many guests on this safari is the opportunity to observe a variety of Arctic wildlife in their natural habitat. Migratory birds are also in abundance and with the stillness of the Arctic, you are able to hear the songs of the birds before you even see them. Ice conditions permitting, you may also visit the Bylot Island Migratory Bird Sanctuary, where more than 200,000 birds choose to nest each year. For birders, the earlier departures are best for this activity.

MEALS: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner Included

Day 7

After breakfast, depart camp by qamutik and snowmobile to Pond Inlet. Enjoy your final night in Pond Inlet with a special Inuit cultural presentation. Overnight in hotel.

MEALS: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner Included

Day 8

Depart for Ottawa with the spirit of the Arctic, and a full album of memories and friendships.

MEALS: Breakfast Included

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WHAT PEOPLE ARE SAYING

Highlights:

  • Experience the floe edge – also known as the “line of life”
  • If mother nature cooperates, observe the iconic tusked narwhal as they swim and feed near the floe edge
  • Possible viewing opportunities for polar bears, bearded seals, ringed seals, walrus, bowhead whales, and beluga.
  • We may visit Bylot Island, a migratory bird sanctuary, which attracts more than 200,000 birds annually**
  • Travel by snowmobile and qamutik to traditional Inuit hunting grounds*
  • Snorkel and kayak while being surrounded by sea ice~
  • Experience the 24-hour daylight of the Midnight Sun in the early Arctic summer
  • Take in stunning panoramic views of cliffs and glaciers
  • Enjoy hot, gourmet meals at our Tented Safari Camp
  • Enjoy tea made of melt-water from hundreds of years old icebergs
  • You may also have a chance to visit evocative ancient Thule sites, where you will see the traditional tent rings and learn about the culture and history of the ancestors of Inuit
  • Transfers to camp can offer an opportunity to take in the breathtaking views which is an epic experience onto itself

Highlights:

  • Experience the floe edge – also known as the “line of life”
  • If mother nature cooperates, observe the iconic tusked narwhal as they swim and feed near the floe edge
  • Possible viewing opportunities for polar bears, bearded seals, ringed seals, walrus, bowhead whales, and beluga.
  • We may visit Bylot Island, a migratory bird sanctuary, which attracts more than 200,000 birds annually**
  • Travel by snowmobile and qamutik to traditional Inuit hunting grounds*
  • Snorkel and kayak while being surrounded by sea ice~
  • Experience the 24-hour daylight of the Midnight Sun in the early Arctic summer
  • Take in stunning panoramic views of cliffs and glaciers
  • Enjoy hot, gourmet meals at our Tented Safari Camp
  • Enjoy tea made of melt-water from hundreds of years old icebergs
  • You may also have a chance to visit evocative ancient Thule sites, where you will see the traditional tent rings and learn about the culture and history of the ancestors of Inuit
  • Transfers to camp can offer an opportunity to take in the breathtaking views which is an epic experience onto itself
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