Experience the excitement of crossing the Arctic Circle and spending time exploring the unique wilderness of the tundra. Visit the traditional Inuit community of Naujaat (formerly known as Repulse Bay) and learn about the history and culture of the people that call this special place home. Enjoy a traditional living-off-the-land experience, setting up your own Arctic wilderness tent and sampling foods local to the region. Enjoy an afternoon hike to Tuli House (an old sod house) and visit a monument that highlights the graveyard and the human remains that have been collected from across the north.


  • Flights from Winnipeg to Naujaat
  • Hotel Accommodations
  • Meals
  • Refreshments (coffee, tea, water, bannock)
  • Guided tours
  • Shuttle service to and from Naujaat airport

Does Not Include:

  • Gratuity and taxes


Day 1


  • Flight arrives in Naujaat
  • Host picks you up at Airport and takes you to the hotel
  • Check into the hotel
  • Free time to explore the community


  • Dinner at hotel
  • Overnight at hotel

Day 2


  • Breakfast at hotel
  • Pick up at hotel 9:00
  • Visit the Arctic Circle Arch
  • Town tour including stops at the school, municipal office, Post Canada office


  • Travel to elders cabin by Najuat Inlet
  • Visit with local elders featuring story telling, tea and snacks
  • * For an additional fee guest can request to view and participate in a drum dance
  • Hike to Tulli site
  • Stop for a picnic lunch before returning back to town


  • Fee time to explore
  • Dinner at hotel
  • * For an additional fee guests can enjoy dinner at the home of their guide (minimum 6 guest required)

Day 3


  • Breakfast at hotel
  • Tour guide picks guest up at hotel to start tour
  • Travel to whale bone site


  • Lunch at hotel
  • Transfer from hotel to airport
  • Flight departs Naujaat

How to Book Package:

Contact Arctic Wilderness Guiding and Outfitting to book package.

Additional Information:


Calm Air provides direct flights between Rankin Inlet and Naujaat on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Sundays. The flight, which normally takes one hour and fifteen minutes, departs Rankin Inlet at noon and arrives in Naujaat at 1:15 PM. Return flights depart Naujaat at 2:00 PM and arrive back in Rankin Inlet at 3:15 PM.

If you are travelling from Winnipeg, you may need to spend the night in Rankin Inlet before proceeding on to Naujaat the next day.

Contract Arctic Wilderness Guiding and Outfitting and we can book your flight for you.

For more information on flight schedules and routes visit www.calmair.com


Guests visiting Naujaat can stay at the Naujaat Hotel Inns North. The hotel has 20 rooms including 13 standard rooms and 7 executive rooms. Each room includes a private bathroom, cable TV, a microwave and mini-fridge and Wi-Fi. Guests staying at the hotel can also access on-site laundry facilities.

For guests participating in our multi-day excursion we provide Arctic tents, including a 2-inch foam bed and a sleeping bag. As part of the experience, guests can help the guides assemble the tent. This has proved to be a popular activity with guests over the years.

In terms of washroom facilities, a separate tent is built for the toilet, which consists of non-running water and a bucket with toilet paper.


The Naujaat Hotel Inns North offers restaurant service for breakfast lunch and dinner. For those looking for a quick meal, Tundra Takeout offers a wide selection of fast food items. Visitors to town can also purchase groceries at the local COOP. The store is open daily from Monday – Saturday from 10:00 AM – 7:00 PM and on Sundays from 1:00 PM – 5:00 PM.

Ground Transportation:

Guests staying at the Naujaat Hotel can access the complimentary airport shuttle service. As part of our tour packages, we also pick our guests up at the hotel at the start of the tour and drop them off at the hotel once the tour has been completed.

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