Where is Iqaluit?
Iqaluit is the capital of Nunavut and home to over 7,200 residents. Once known as Frobisher Bay, Iqaluit is situated on along the bay on Baffin Island. What was originally a military airbase during WWII has become a thriving city, priding itself on having all of the modern amenities while still keeping a strong cultural presence.
You’ve only to walk outside to see how culture continues to be embraced in the lives of everyone. With a wealth of natural attractions, local outfitters can help you experience Iqaluit. Whether it’s hiking along the Sylvia Grinnell River, sailing around the bay, exploring the land by ATV to view wildlife or just taking a walk around town to shop for specialty art and jewelry, you’ll find yourself wondering how you missed exploring this part of the world before now.
How far will I be traveling?
Iqaluit is a 3 hour plane ride from Montreal and Ottawa. Iqaluit is not connected to any other community by road.
How can I get there?
The following airlines fly in to Iqaluit from the south daily*:
*Flights to & from Yellowknife: Mondays, Wednesdays & Fridays
Where should I stay when I get there?
Accommodations can be booked at any of the following locations:
Make sure to reference the Nunavut Trade Show when making your reservation
The Discovery - Iqaluit’s Boutique Hotel
Iqaluit Beaches B&B
How can I get around when I’m there?
Nunavut Caribou Taxi**
**Flat fair of $7.00/person anywhere in town.
Should you require more information, please contact Lauren Nevin at 867-979-4654 or via e-mail at email@example.com.
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