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.
Some popular Nunavut & Saskatchewan Packages
Experience the awesome Calgary Stampede and travel by a panoramic train to admire Canada’s most breathtaking scenery.
Tick off from your bucket list the highlights of Canada and Alaska, travelling on board Rocky Mountaineer and cruising through the scenic Inside Passage.
Explore the heart of Canadian Rockies aboard the Rocky Mountaineer. This enthralling, 12-day package will take you to the heart of the Canadian Rockies.
Live and feel the true essence of the North with this bestseller package tour of the Yukon Territory, incredibly famous for its historic trading routes, Gold Rush trails, and untouched wildlife.
Discover the best of the Canadian Rockies during this heart-stopping 10-day rail tour from Vancouver. Witness the incredible wildlife at Jasper, Banff and Yoho national parks, walk along the famous Glacier Skywalk and enjoy a cruise along the azure waters of Maligne Lake.
Embark on an adventure to discover the home of grizzly bears and other wildlife, a pristine wilderness in the Knight Inlet—a magnificent fjord in British Columbia’s coastal mountains.
Witness compelling landscapes as you drive through Yukon, Canada’s beautiful wilderness province teeming with exotic wildlife and fascinating historic sites.