52. Meet the First Nations people of the far north, Canada
Canada’s northernmost region, Nunavik, is about the size of France yet home to just 14 towns. Kuujjuaq, on Ungava Bay, is the largest, with a population of just 2,400 people. The best way to explore this vastness is with an Inuit guide. Tours will likely include visits to parks where vast herds of
caribou roam, dog-sled trips, chances to meet local artists, chats with elders about life on the Arctic fringes and the traditions that still survive here, and (with luck) sightings of the northern lights.