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Top Hotels in Nunavut

Frobisher Inn
Frobisher Inn
3.5 out of 5
Astro Hill Complex, PO Box 4209, Iqaluit, NU
Free CancellationReserve now, pay when you stay
The price is $216 per night from Jan 31 to Feb 1
3.8/5Good! (41 reviews)

"Reduced menu due to Covid-19 restrictions, but did not have accompaniments with meals (ie: gravy, sauces) nor was there enough meals in the small cafe for dinner for all guests."…"

Reviewed on May 4, 2020

Frobisher Inn
Capital Suites Iqaluit
Capital Suites Iqaluit
2 out of 5
807 Aiviq, Iqaluit, NU
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4.2/5Excellent! (9 reviews)
Give Capital Suites a try during your stay

"My wife and I were travelling in and out of Iqaluit and during each leg of the journey we stayed at Capital Suites. Staff is pretty friendly and helpful. When fully booked they helped find other accommodation. Room was overly hot one night and sleep was poor. No nearby restaurant. But rooms are comfortable ..."…"

Reviewed on Jun 5, 2018

Capital Suites Iqaluit
Illu Inc.
Illu Inc.
2.5 out of 5
12 Mitik St, Cambridge Bay, NU
The price is $191 per night from Jan 31 to Feb 1
Illu Inc.
Lowest nightly price found within the past 24 hours based on a 1 night stay for 2 adults. Prices and availability subject to change. Additional terms may apply.

Top things to do in Nunavut

Nunavut Vacation Packages

June sun shines 24 hours a day, horned whales roam the waters and underground ice pushes up the earth in this Canadian Arctic Inuit territory. Nunavut is both the largest and the least populated Canadian territory, covering northern Hudson Bay area and the islands extending along western Greenland into the Arctic Circle. Most of its population is Inuit, an indigenous people whose roots in the area go back over 3,000 years. Throughout Nunavut, Inuit villages hug the coast of vast Arctic islands covered in jagged mountains, ancient glaciers and some of the world’s strangest animals. The territory is a fascinating and sometimes dangerous place. Hire a good guide or visit independently if you are a skilled and experienced Arctic traveler.

Nunavut centers on two main islands: Baffin and Ellesmere. Book a summer cruise when the ice has broken up to allow navigation between these landmasses and other smaller islands.

Iqaluit, Nunavut’s capital, is located on the southern coast of Baffin Island. The town is one of the province’s most settled areas, with government buildings and museums. Visit the Nunatta Sunakkutaangit Museum to see art and artifacts designed by both contemporary and ancient Inuit area residents. Take a boat to the remains of a 1,000-year-old Thule camp at Qaummaarviit Territorial Park.

At the northern tip of Baffin Island, the town of Arctic Bay awaits you. From here, snowmobile to the mysterious countryside of Sirmilik National Park. Between glaciers, moraines and nunatuks (mountain peaks), you will find strange rock formations including hoodoos (red sandstone towers formed by erosion) and pingos (broken mounds formed by an underground ice mass pushing up through the earth). Travel farther to Nunavut’s northernmost island, Ellesmere Island, a barren landscape best explored by avid, experienced Arctic travelers.

Arctic animals are common throughout Nunavut. Beluga whales swim around Hudson Bay. Find walruses and horned narwhals in the northern waters around Arctic Bay and Grise Fiord. Book a seat on a whale-watching boat to have easy access for great photo opportunities.

Fly into Iqaluit’s airport to start your Nunavut adventure. Visit during the summer, when northern Nunavut enjoys 24-hour sunlight.

Frequently asked questions

How much does a Nunavut vacation package cost?
The cheapest Nunavut vacation package is , so your dream escape can become a reality — without burning a hole in your pocket. Combine flights, hotels, car rentals and more to tailor make a package that’s perfect for you.
If I'm not able to travel, can I cancel my Nunavut vacation package?
Yes, you can cancel your Nunavut booking if your plans have been upended. Whether you’ll be charged a fee or not depends on your hotel, airline or car rental company. It may be possible to change or cancel for free if you booked in the last 24 hours. Head to our Customer Service Portal to find out more.
How do I get a cheap travel package to Nunavut?
Track down flights that suit your schedule, add a hotel room to your booking and watch the savings stack up. It’s as simple as that! With a Nunavut vacation package, you can save up to $583 on your next amazing adventure. From hotels and flights to rental cars and tours, Expedia makes traveling cheaply a cinch. And with more than 550 air carriers and 1,000,000 hotels around the globe to select from, you’ll never be short of choice.
What are the top hotels in Nunavut?
If you’re headed to Iqaluit, you won’t find better than Frobisher Inn and Capital Suites Iqaluit. Both are excellent bases for discovering this unique Nunavut city.
When is the best time of year to visit Nunavut?
If you enjoy the excitement that comes with peak season, head to Nunavut in . If you’re seeking a more relaxed vibe, is a better time to visit. Watching your budget? Perhaps avoid , when things like hotels and airfares are more expensive. is generally when you’ll land the best bargains.
How far in advance should I book my Nunavut vacation?
It depends on the air carrier, but you can generally compare international flights on Expedia nearly a year in advance. While it’s generally recommended to book ahead of time, lucky customers will occasionally score a cheaper ticket just weeks before their intended journey.
What does an Expedia Nunavut travel package include?
Flights, hotels and a shiny set of wheels for all your road trip adventures. Simply choose your preferred bundle and get access to great discounts. Once you’ve made your booking, add on a couple of tours and experiences and watch your savings stack up. When it comes to planning your Nunavut getaway, you’re the one in control!
What should I know before booking a Nunavut travel package?
Design deals that fit your budget with an Expedia package. Hotels, flights, rental cars — we have everything you need to plan your escape. You’ll save a packet just by combining your bookings. Whether you’re taking off on a skiing adventure or kicking back on a warm beach, your perfect vacation is just a few clicks away.
Does Expedia offer Book Now, Pay Later Nunavut vacation packages?
If you’d rather spread the cost of your activities and hotel over multiple payments, Expedia can help you out. Paying the total cost of your journey upfront isn’t always the best way to budget for your getaway, so we’ve teamed up with online lender Affirm to give you financial freedom. Book Now, Pay Later and remove the worry of saving to travel.
Can I choose my airline with a Nunavut Expedia vacation package?
Yes — and it’s easy too. Expedia has access to more than 550 partner airlines all over the world. Our vacation packages give you the freedom to take your pick of available flight, hotel or activity options that fit your needs.