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    Pocket Guide: Nunavut

    Nunavut is as large as all of Western Europe but has only about 31,000 inhabitants. As far north as it is, it offers a distinct change of pace from the standard, tropical vacation destinations. This Canadian province is home to the northernmost national park in North America: Quttinirpaaq National Park. Above the Arctic Circle, the sun does not set for at least six months out of the year. Quttinirpaaq's stark, natural beauty frames itself against the comforting glow of the midnight sun. Marvel at the unique wildlife at the top of the world only 500 miles from the North Pole itself.

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    Nunavut hotels are no mere igloos; they offer modern amenities like free internet, flat-screen TVs with cable hookups, good food, and polite service. Arctic travelers should research the best Nunavut hotel deals and prices before embarking. When they arrive, they will surely be amused by Nunavut's unique license plates in the shape of a polar bear. However, that is not all there is to smile about in Nunavut. Once you book your cheap Nunavut hotel deal, you should set out to explore this vast wilderness. The Inuit of Nunavut practice throat singing that is similar to that practiced by the inhabitants of Mongolia. Travelers should seek out practitioners of this unique song style and experience its soothing, almost hypnotic effect.

    Hunters and anglers will find much to occupy their time when their quarry is in season. Nunavut contains many protected species, so it is a good idea to familiarize yourself with the licensing and tagging regulations of the province before setting out to hunt or fish. Wildlife photographers will especially find a nearly unequaled bounty: wolves, bears, caribou, hares, gyrfalcons, walruses, and even whales.

    Hotels in Nunavut provide a cozy, affordable base of operations you can use in between exploration trips. The capital of Iqaluit provides most of the cheap hotel deals in Nunavut. Outside of the capital and the other two major cities, Cambridge Bay and Rankin Inlet, available rooms for special discount rates might be similar to European hostels where you book by the bed instead of by room. You can then mingle with your fellow travelers and enjoy the Nunavut experience together.

    Nunavut hotel packages include different extras like whale watching or dog sledding tours as part of their cost. Be sure to ask about them when you make your reservations.

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    Frobisher Inn - Iqaluit Hotels

    Frobisher Inn

    Ring Road, Iqaluit - Map
     
     
    "ELEVATOR"
    I had to carry 2 more than 50lbs bags up to fourth floor because the elevator was not working
    Shadreck from NU
    Hotel Arctic - Iqaluit Hotels

    Hotel Arctic

    923 Federal Road, Iqaluit - Map
     
     
    "clean and well located"
    The hotel itself is nice and clean and located close to government offices. The food in the restaurant was delicious and a good selection. The walls in the rooms are paper thin and you can hear everything in the other rooms and hallways. I also found the room did not get very dark at night because alot of light shines in from the hallway. Overall, when compared to other northern hotels, the Nova Inn is superior, but compared to hotels in other capital cities, the Nova Inn is inferior.
    ev from Winnipeg, MB, Canada