Visit Nunavut

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Nunavut is the largest and most northern of Canada's three territories. It is home to some of the country's most unique landscapes, including mountains, tundra, and lakes. Nunavut also has a fascinating cultural history with roots in Inuit culture that can be experienced through its art, language, and stories.

One of the top tourist destinations in Nunavut is Auyuittuq National Park on Baffin Island. It features majestic Arctic landscapes with glaciers and rugged terrain that visitors can explore on foot or by boat. The park is a great place to experience nature up close and observe Arctic wildlife such as polar bears, caribou, seals, whales, walrus and more!

An interesting historical fact about Nunavut is that it was once part of the Northwest Territories until 1999 when it officially became a separate territory. This made it possible for the Inuit people who live there to have their own government for the first time ever in Canada's history!