"Inuit Odyssey" includes muskox viewing, mussel-picking, throat-singing, dogsleds
By Sarah Rogers
The May-June issue of the glossy magazine features its picks for the world’s top 50 tours, including a trip to Kangiqsujuaq and neighbouring Diana Island.
The trip, called “Inuit Odyssey,” takes visitors to Diana Island to see muskox, then to Kangiqsujuaq for mussel-picking under the ice, traditional throat singing and dogsledding with “the region’s top mushers.”
For more on the subject, see Indians in Top 50 Road Trips.
Below: "Quebec City’s tour operators ENF Canada teamed up with two Inuit-owned tourism organizations to offer a tour package to Kangiqsujuaq, seen here, and nearby Diana Island. Now that trip has made the National Geographic Traveler magazine’s top 50 tours." (Sarah Rogers)