Meaning place that never thaws this is Canada's northernmost civilian community sitting 1,150km above the Arctic Circle.
Rich in wildlife especially seabirds.
Abundant wildlife and home to caribou, muskoxen and polar bears
Day 1 - Kugluktuk
Situated on the Coppermine River this hamlet is rich in trading history and its close proximity to woodland provides opportunities to view wolverine, moose, muskoxen, foxes and grizzly bears.
Day 2 - Kangiryuar
Visit the most northern golf course in the Americas!
Day 3 - Banks Island
See an abundance of wildlife with many species of birds and mammals such as polar bear and muskoxen.
Day 4 - Prince Of Wales Strait
Part of the Arctic Ocean and rich in history
Day 5 - Winter Harbour
See some of the rarest birds in the world
Day 6 - Parry Channel
Enjoy an expedition stop at Nilson Griffiths Point
Day 7 - Bathurst Island
Home to Polar Bear Pass National Wildlife Area and Tuktusiuqvialuk National Park
Day 8 - Beechey Island
Trace the route of the fated expedition of Sir John Franklin and his 129 crew.
Day 9 - Dundas Harbour
The largest uninhabited island in the world with the opprtunity to view wildlife from a zodiac.
Day 10 - Aujuittuq
Canada's northernmost civilian community
Day 11 - Smith Sound
Have a chance to set foot on the western most tip of Greenland at Cape Alexander
Day 12 - Kap York
See the millions of seabirds that congregate here
Day 13 - Upernavik
With fantastic views of Davis Strait this is a fascinating community
Day 14 - Karrat Fjord
One of Greenland's most spectacular fjords
Day 15 - Ilulissat
Cruise in a fleet of zodiacs to the Ilulissat Icefjord to visit Sermaq Kujalleq Glacier, the most active and fast moving glacier in the world