It's little wonder Inuvik is such a hotspot for with international and local vacationers alike; Northwest Territories is criss-crossed with terrific things to see and do.
Immerse yourself in Inuvik's religious side by spending a little quiet time at the region's churches and other holy sites. A really good way to really get to know a place is by gaining an understanding of its history. While here, be sure to drop into the area's historic old towns.
If you visit during winter, take advantage of winter pastimes including snowboarding and cross-country skiing. Both of these are on offer in the region. If you are not the type of traveler to take a break from work simply to put your feet up, Northwest Territories offers plenty of outdoor-adventure pursuits such as hiking and snowmobiling.
Take note, if you plan to be in the region around the 1st of July, Canada Day is celebrated at that time and some attractions may have different opening hours to normal.
When booking your trip to Inuvik, it's good to remember that the nearest major airport, Mike Zubko Airport, is located in in Inuvik, 7 miles (11 kilometers) away.