Lying in the very eastern reaches of the Nunvik region of Quebec province, George River is a paradise for wildlife enthusiasts and also offers a privileged chance to meet the local community and discover their rich cultural heritage.
As you reach George River, known locally as Kangiqsualujjuaq, you’ll have the opportunity to get out into the wilderness of the Nunavik region, a rich habitat for black bear, wolf and fox, as well as the world’s largest herd of caribou. A short hike brings you to the magnificence of the Autumn tundra while a visit to the local Kangiqsualujjuaq community is a privileged opportunity to see the homes of the people and learn more about their cultural history, their stories, language and art.
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