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Cruises visiting Tuktoyaktuk & all Tuktoyaktuk cruises for  2019-2020

Currently we have no major cruise ships visiting Tuktoyaktuk in the 2019-2021 seasons.

Future sailings will be shown here as they become available, and alternative ports in the region can be viewed at Arctic Cruises. Please contact one of our cruise specialists today on 1800 121 187 if you require further assistance.

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Tuktoyaktuk (or just Tuk) is a hamlet of around 850 Western Canadian Inuit people. It lies just north of the Arctic Circle on the Beaufort Sea, of the Arctic Ocean. Its name means ‘Resembling a Caribou’. Here Inuit harvest caribou and beluga whales. As a natural harbour is transfers supplies to other settlements. Tuk is located on the Arctic tree line and near the Mackenzie River Delta. Many locals still hunt, fish and trap, but most earn income from tourism and transportation. The settlement has featured in documentaries and the 2008 TV series Ice Road Truckers. It is now connected to the south by a winter road.

In the Mackenzie Delta of the Northwest Territories, has one of the highest concentrations of pingos - the Inuvialuktun word for an ice-dome hill (to 36m) - with some 1,350 examples. Pingo National Landmark, 5km west of Tuk, protects eight of these features. The circumstances and conditions of their growth are a fascinating story. They grow only a couple of centimetres each year, hence some Pingos grow despite being thousands of years old. Animals that inhabit this park include grizzly bears, polar bears, wolves, Arctic foxes, red foxes, and Arctic ground squirrels. A great variety of geese, swans and ducks nest and migrate here.

The tour operators of the hamlet offer a range of activities including dog-sledding, igloo-construction, snowmobiling, ice-fishing as well as community-culture tours, all of which give visitors a glimpse into the lives and traditions of locals. Visitors who make the excursion north of the Arctic Circle to the Land of the Midnight Sun will be dazzled by the Northern Lights, as well as the unique landscape.

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