Iqaluit Quick Facts
- 創設 : 1942年
Iqaluit, the largest city and territorial capital of the Canadian territory of Nunavut, is a paradise where unspoiled landscapes, astonishing wildlife, ancient traditions, and a fast-growing cosmopolitan community exist together.
Iqaluit promises an unforgettable travel experience on top of the world. After all, the city abounds with beautiful parklands, panoramic sceneries, mountains, rivers, waterfalls and ancient sites. During summer, there are many magnificent places to go hiking, fishing, camping and berry picking. For adventurous spirits, Iqaluit is a great place for cross-country skiing, snowmobiling, dog sledding, river rafting, canoeing, kayaking, boating and kite skiing.
Rich with traditional Inuit culture, you’ll be captivated as you tour the Nunatta Sunakkataangit Museum, Unikkaarvik Visitor Centre, and the local heritage site of Qaummaarvik Park.
Visit Iqaluit and enjoy all these attractions and more, capped with the small-town hospitality.