Arviq Hunters & Trappers Association (Inuit)
Box 39 Ph: (867) 462-4334 Fx: (867) 462-4335
Local information: land, country foods, local outfitting

Mapsalak Outfitting
Steve Mapsalak Box 11
Ph: (867) 462-4134 Fx: (867) 462-4198
Guiding and outfitting

polar bear

Arctic Circle Paws & Paddles Outfitters
Box 197 Repulse Bay, NU, X0C 0H0
Ph: (867) 462-4482 Email:
Contact: Bill or Carol Kennedy
Guided dog sled rides & tours from October until June
Guided sea kayak tours and instructions from July to freeze-up in October

If you are planning a visit to Repulse Bay, and need tourism information, contact:

Repulse Bay Economic Development Officer
Hamlet of Repulse Bay Box 10 Repulse Bay, NU XOC OHO
Ph: (867) 462-4101   Fx: (867) 462-4144       

For general information on Nunavut, contact:

Nunavut Tourism
Ph: 1-800-491-7910 | (867) 979-6551

For Tourism information on the Kivalliq Region, contact:

Kivalliq Office of Nunavut Tourism
Ph: (867) 645-3838 Fx: (867) 645-3904


Annual Narwhal Hunt

The Repulse Bay area is known for its abundant Narwhal population. For this reason, Inuit from surrounding communities meet in Repulse Bay for the annual narwhal hunt. The narwhal is one of the most precious foods in the Arctic. The hunt occurs in mid-summer when the sun shines for almost 24 hours a day.

Access Road to Naujaat

An access road has recently been constructed to provide access to the area called Naujaat. The area is close to town. Naujaat is used by tourists and local residents.

naujat cove road

Access Road to North Pole River

An access road is being built from the community of Repulse Bay to the North Pole River. This road will give access to the John Rae's Stonehouse for tourism purposes. The road will also be used for fishing and camping for local residents. As well, the road will provide access to much needed gravel to be used for town expansion.

stone house
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