In the hushed solitude of this hauntingly beautiful land, life thrives without reference to the noise and priorities of the modern world.
Until you’ve journeyed north, it is difficult to imagine the spectacular landscapes and Natural Wonders that define the Torngat Mountains. Until you’ve seen this landscape through the lens of your Inuit hosts – as the heartland of Inuit Culture – it is impossible to understand the deep connections between language, tradition and landscape that define the rhythm of this land. Until you’ve felt the special pulse of Base Camp Life through shared laughter, a communal meal, or a bonfire gathering, it is hard to believe the effect of camaraderie in this special place.
In the hushed solitude of this hauntingly beautiful land, life thrives without reference to the noise and priorities of the modern world. This is the land of polar bear and caribou. The home of playful seals and great whales. Where the daylight illuminates sprawling crystalline landscapes of extraordinary beauty and where the night sky actually dances with colour.
And perhaps most intriguing of all, it is the revered homeland of the proud and enigmatic Inuit nation. The Inuit – literally “the people” in the Inuttitut language – have lived in rhythm with this otherworldly land for over four thousand years. Our traditional way of life, our intricate understanding of, and love for, our environment is profound and abiding. Our customs, culture, attitudes and art are utterly unique. And our welcoming spirit embraces those that venture into our unforgettable world.