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Canadian Polar Bear

Canada

Canadian Polar Bear

Situated 500 miles north of the Arctic Circle, the lodge offers fully-guided opportunities for hiking, kayaking and exploring the Arctic tundra in all-terrain vehicles (ATVs). The Arctic Watch Wilderness Lodge is located in Cunningham Inlet, on Somerset Island, in Nunavut, Canada’s largest and newest territory, which formally came into being in 1999. Arctic Watch offers a range of unique adventure travel experiences.

During this distinct Canadian adventure, you experience Arctic safaris, raft the Cunningham River, sea kayak with hundreds of beluga whales, hike the tundra, spot polar bears roaming the Northwest Passage, investigate the mysterious Thule ruins crafted from giant whale bones, fish for Arctic char and more. Led by experienced kayak guides, paddle among icebergs, on the watch for ring and bearded seals and beluga whales. 

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Our Conservation Efforts in Canada

Partnering with The Nature Conservancy to Protect & Inspire

Frolic among curious wildlife in the Galapagos Islands; absorb the daily drama of life on the African Savannah; and join us in protecting the lands and waters on which all life depends.

Our Conservation Mission

Each year, International Expeditions supports a range of initiatives both through direct donations and indirectly through the employment of indigenous naturalist guides, hospitality staff, facility owners and crew. Just by traveling with IE, you are contributing to conservation and community projects worldwide.

10 Simple Green Travel Tips

Once upon a time, responsible travel essentially boiled down to the old adage, “Take only pictures, leave only footprints.”

Notes from Our Journal

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