Weekends in the Parks are BackWeekends in the Parks are Back5/20/2016 4:00:00 AM

Weekends in the Parks are for those who dream of experiencing the region's spectacular national parks, from outdoor enthusiasts seeking their next new adventure to family and friends looking for a great way to spend time together. Weekends in the Parks will provide you with extraordinary experiences. They are a wonderful opportunity to easily discover the immense territories protecting the natural features, landscapes and wildlife of Nunavik. The pristine waters of Lake Pingualuk and its circular crater, the valley of the Koroc River in the Torngat Mountains, the diverse plants and wildlife of Lake Tasiujaq, and the powerful Nastapoka Falls are but a few examples.


"Nunavik is a huge territory and we are always looking for a chance to explore it more. These weekends are a great opportunity for Nunavimmiut to discover the region and be proud of it. Park staff were really committed. It warms the heart to see all the work that has been accomplished on the land: the cabins, the trails, the equipment, the logistics… I will want to go back."

JBNQA beneficiary after his excursion at Pingualuit, 2015


Activities: fishing, hiking, canoeing and kayaking, trekking expeditions, plant and wildlife observation, traditional tent accommodations, relaxation next to a lake and cabin. Activities offer a range of intensities: from steady exertion for the more seasoned adventurer to easy-going for those seeking a restful weekend. All packages include guides and park staff to help you make the most of your experience.

Registration opens Wednesday, June 1, 2016, at 9 a.m. and will run until all spaces have been filled. Spaces are limited. A waiting list will be created for cancellations.

Crater HikingDiscover the TorngatsExplore Lake Tasiujaq

Departure: Kuujjuaq / Kangiqsujuaq

Departure: Kuujjuaq / Kangiqsualujjuaq

Departure: Umiujaq


July 23 to 25

July 30 to August 1

August 6 to 8

August 13 to 15

August 20 to 22


July 8 to 10

July 22 to 24

July 29 to 31

August 5 to 7

August 12 to 14


July 29 to August 1

August 19 to 22

September 9 to 12

$599 (non-beneficiary)

$299 (beneficiary)

$599 (non-beneficiary)

$299 (beneficiary)

$799 (non-beneficiary)

$499 (beneficiary)

Includes return flights from Kuujjuaq and two nights at Manarsulik camp with Inuit guides on site. Clients must bring their own food supplies. See below for more details.Includes return flights from Kuujjuaq, two nights at Qurlutuarjuq camp with Inuit guides on site and two suppers. Clients must bring their own morning and noon food supplies. See below for more details.Includes one night hotel accommodation, two nights in a traditional tent, all meals and Inuit guides on site. Clients are responsible for their travel to Umiujaq. See below for more details.

Parc national des Pingualuit

P.O. Box 130, Kangiqsujuaq QC


Parc national Kuururjuaq

P.O. Box 30, Kangiqsualujjuaq QC


Parc national Tursujuq

P.O. Box 2205, Umiujaq QC




  • Registration opens Wednesday, June 1, 2016, at 9 a.m.
  • Registration may be done by telephone only. Contact the park of your selected package at the above-indicated number.
  • Information required on registration:
  • Full name;
  • Home and work telephone numbers;
  • Email address;
  • Selected date.


  • Registering clients may add up to three more individuals to their registrations.
  • To ensure fairness and maximum accessibility, clients may make only one registration for Pingualuit and Kuururjuaq combined.


In case of cancellation, the client will be refunded 50% of the package cost up to seven days prior to departure. After this date, no refunds will be made.

The KRG will offer no refund if the excursion is delayed or shortened due to weather conditions or aircraft mechanical problems.

The KRG will offer no refund if the client does not arrive at the departure point as scheduled.

The KRG will refund 100% of the package cost only if the package is cancelled by the KRG or by one of its partners.


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The Kativik regional Administration (KRG) and Nunavik Parks are pleased to announce they are following up on last summer's unequivocal success with 13 more summer weekend discovery packages in 2016. The goal of this innovative project is to encourage Nunavimmiut to experience the magic of the region's parks. Last summer, a nine-weekend pilot project was organized and permitted Nunavik residents to live unforgettable moments in some very unique environments.