Nunavut & Saskatchewan
Nunavut is the newest, largest, and most northerly territory of Canada and meets Saskatchewan to the southwest. Nunavut is a pretty remote area and can only be accessed by air and sea.
Saskatchewan is known for farms, prairie and big skies! It contains two major natural regions to explore: the Boreal Forest in the north and the Prairies in the south.
When to visit
Best season to enjoy Saskatchewan:
May Spring wildflowers paint the landscape and birdsong fills the air as life, post-winter, returns.
Jun–Aug Long sunny days draw happy locals to lakes, parks and patios.
Sep Crisp air, endless skies and dramatic fall colors herald the year's final harvests.
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Some popular Nunavut & Saskatchewan Packages
Sail along the St. Lawrence River to the romantic city of Quebec, passing through the magnificent 1000 Islands and stopping by at Montreal.
Come across the beautiful parts of French Canada through this 4-day discovery package in Montreal & Quebec.
Discover the unspoilt beauty and allure of Newfoundland with our enthralling, 8-day Canadian tour.
Visit famous landmarks in Toronto, Canada's largest city, and head to Niagara Falls for exhilarating attractions.
Enjoy an itinerary of fresh scenery, magnificent vistas and vivid coastal landscapes in this exciting Atlantic Maritimes tour.
Explore the port city with a hop on/off bus & discover the rugged coastline of Halifax, capital of Nova Scotia, during this 4-day packaged tour
Unearth the enchanting secrets of "Far East of the Western World" with this off-the-beaten tour of Newfoundland & Labrador.
Experience winter rush in the snowy paradise of Banff, Jasper, and Lake Louise. Snowshoe to Paint Pots, try the seasonal Maligne Canyon Ice Walk, and discover the thrill of sleigh ride along the shores of Lake Louise.