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Rankin Inlet

Thinking about vacationing in Rankin Inlet? These tips will help you get the most from your visit.

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It can be found approximately 1,350 mile from Ottawa, the capital city of Canada.

Although you may be only visiting for the day, locals strongly suggest that you see Marble Island and Inukshuk & Waterfront.

Check out what local events are taking place in the wider region and go to Whale Cove or Chesterfield Inlet.

If you hear the great outdoors calling, be sure to listen and go snowmobiling or mountain climbing.

Breathe deeply and let your worries melt away as you try out a few of the region's more relaxing pursuits, such as shore fishing and bird watching.

If the temperature's climbing and you need a way to cool down, it's hard to top the thrill of canoeing and boating in Nunavut.

If the weather forecast isn't looking too good, visit the region's history museums.

If the weather is fine, pry the kids away from the TV and head outdoors to investigate the region's open-air exhibits.

Your imagination will take you back to another era when you visit the historic sites of the region. Don't leave without checking out some of its old towns.

Trying out different cuisines is one of the best ways of getting to know a destination. So be sure to stop by some of this region's restaurants and cafés.

It's possible you haven't given much thought to the complexities of game meat and salmon before, but you'll surely be an expert on these characteristic ingredients by the end of your trip!

Pancakes with maple syrup and tourtiere (meat pie) are a couple of much-loved menu items with their own special tastes.

Those who have space for dessert can try butter tarts.

if you're feeling thirsty for the good stuff, grab a table and get a round of Molson Dry. Clink glasses and enjoy one of the region's most beloved brews.

For something a tad stronger, order a little Crown Royal Whisky and make a toast to your friendly hosts.

It's always a great idea to have a regional vino by your side when you sit down for a meal at one of the local restaurants. Niagara Pinot Noir and British Columbia Cabernet Sauvignon are just a couple of the popular varieties around here.

When it's time to hit the tarmac, you'll want to know that Rankin Inlet Airport is roughly 0.4 miles to the west.