"I still often think about this 3 weeks I had in Canada this year.  It was a really great time and I'd love very much to repeat this."   Holger Pruessner, Germany

14 days in Nunavut Territory

Kazan River
This 14-day journey is the quintessential barrenlands canoeing experience.  The Kazan, one of Canada's premier Heritage Rivers flows through the heart of Nunavut's barrenlands. The landscape varies from lush tundra to rugged hills and plains. Paddlers on the Kazan have an unmatched opportunity to see the migrating caribou of the 320,000 strong Kaminuriak herd as well as the rare wolverine, muskoxen, barren ground grizzlies, peregrine falcons and tundra swans. The river valley is also rich with evidence of human history. Inukshuks and other remnants of historic and pre-historic Inuit occupation dot the landscape. There are numerous opportunities for day hikes in pursuit of caribou, muskoxen and plant species found nowhere else in the barren lands. The river varies from large lakes to exciting whitewater sections as it flows towards 25 metre Kazan Falls and Baker Lake.   

Trip duration:  14 days 
Cost: $4850 Canadian dollars plus 5% GST out of Baker Lake. The Kazan adventure includes 1 flight and
2 nights accommodation in Baker Lake. 
Dates:  July 14 - July 27, 2011.    
Skill level:   Some paddling experience recommended. 
Detailed Itinerary

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