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Torngat Mountains National Park
Adventures and Mysteries of the Labrador Inuit
Although located some 200 kms north of Labrador's most northerly community (Nain), Torngat Mountains Base Camp and Research Station is alive with activity over the summer months. The camp has a variety of facilities to make your stay comfortable and enjoyable; cafeteria, washrooms, showers and laundry. The camp operates primarily on green technology (solar) but has back up diesel generators.

With the exception of overnight excursions, all accommodations are located within the core of Base Camp and are positioned within an electric bear fence enclosure. Guest have a range of quality tent-style accommodation options to make your stay comfortable and enjoyable. One option is the insulated "soft-wall" Design Shelters built on wooden platforms and feature electricity as well as beds with soft feather duvet bedding. This accommodation sleeps 2-6 people, depending on the arrangement of the beds.

Another (newest) option is the InterShelters which are insulated domes with electricity, heat, and include beds and bedding which provides a very comfortable sleep for up to 2 people.
Day 1
Arrive in Happy Valley – Goose Bay via Air Canada or Provincial Airlines by air or the Trans Labrador highway if you are driving. You will be hosted on arrival by your base camp host staff and taken to your accommodations for the evening.
Day 2
torngats1000A shuttle will take you to the airport early in the morning where you will enjoy a breakfast in the VIP lounge. A 2 1/2 hour flight onboard a twin otter aircraft, with a brief refueling stopover in Nain, will take you to Saglek Bay. After a 15 minute walk to the beach (your luggage will be transported for you), to stretch your legs, you will be transported to base camp by boat. This afternoon and evening you will get settled in and oriented with life at base camp.
Days 3-8

Life at base camp can be as sedate or adventurous as you would like. Each day upcoming activities and excursion opportunities are posted for your choosing. Immerse yourself into Inuit lifestyle and explore the history of this region through cultural performances and personal interactions at base camp. Hike in the footsteps of your host ancestors, soar over the mountaintops on a helicopter excursion, explore fiords by boat, awe at encounters with polar bears, wolves and caribou! TMNP2121

Days 5, 6 or 9
Return to Saglek by boat, then onward to Happy Valley – Goose Bay by twin otter aircraft where you will make connections for your homeward journey. Optionally, you can depart the return flight in Nain for more exploration of Nunatsiavut communities and/or to connect with the Kamutik W coastal ferry for return passage to Goose Bay. (see Cruising Nunatsiavut ferry itinerary) nain1039

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