Welcome to Ukkusiksalik National Park
Surrounding the great inland sea of Wager Bay, a large inlet off Hudson Bay, Ukkusiksalik National Park comprises 20,885 sq km of bleak uninhabited tundra interspersed with myriad lakes. This is one of the world's best places to observe polar bears, as here five different populations of bears overlap, as well as caribou and ample sealife. July and early August are the best times to visit.
Highlights include abundant animals and birds, great hiking and boating, and a spectacular reversing waterfall, caused by the bay's high tides. This is a truly wild place; hiring an Inuit guide is highly recommended.