Nunavut, Canada

Canada's newest and largest territory, Nunavut, spans over 2 million km2 in pristine Northern Canada. Formerly a part of the Northwest Territories, the picturesque region is home to just under 32,000 people, mostly Inuit. Travellers to Nunavut may find themselves getting up close and personal with walrus or polar bear on Monumental Island, or immersed in tradition and culture in Cape Dorset, the world's Inuit Art Capital. Wildlife and adventure abound from tiny Kimmirut on Baffin Island to Akpatok Island in Baffin Bay.

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