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Located at the mouth of the Coppermine river to southwest of Victoria Island on the Coronation Gulf, Kugluktuk is the western most community in Nunavut.
Originally named Coppermine, it was renamed Kugluktuk according to its Inuinnaqtun name meaning "place of moving waters", on January 1st, 1996.
Because the tundra is close to the tree line, a variety of wildlife can be viewed in the area, including grizzly bears, wolverines and moose, as well as tundra wildlife, such as muskoxen, caribou, foxes and wolves.
In Mittimatalik, (Pond Inlet) we’ll enjoy Arctic games and throat-singing before crossing Baffin Bay to Greenland.
We’ll visit charming communities, witness calving glaciers and sail dramatic fiords to bring this lifetime adventure to a stirring close.
Traversing James Ross Strait we visit Gjoa Haven, where Amundsen honed his polar skills.
On to Taloyoak, then through Bellot Strait into the eastern Arctic, watching for whales, walrus, polar bear and muskox.
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Leaving Kugluktuk (Coppermine), we pass through the geologically fascinating Coronation Gulf and the Queen Maud Gulf Migratory Bird Sanctuary, a haven for wild geese.