Please contact us for details on hunt cost. The cost of each expedition depends on what species and the location of the desired hunt. When we have your requested hunt information we will give you a written schedule and total hunt cost for your desired hunt.
All clients booking with Canadian High Arctic Adventures will be required to sign a hunt contract and a waiver of liability form.
Our Arctic hunts in the Northwest Territories start in Inuvik. Clients can fly from Edmonton Alberta or Vancouver British Columbia connecting to Inuvik, NWT. Canadian High Arctic Adventures will provide a travel plan so clients can easily book flights from anywhere in the world to this small northern community. Some clients will need to overnight in Edmonton, AB or Vancouver, BC while in-route. Generally an overnight is required in Inuvik. There is a very nice hotel in Inuvik and we can help make arrangements if needed. Our expediter will meet you upon arrival at the Inuvik airport and transport you and your gear to the EnR office to pick up your hunting license and tags.
All applications will have been submitted by your guide/outfitter prior to your arrival so this process only takes a few minutes. Once you have everything from EnR our expediter will take you to the hotel. The following morning you will be picked up from the hotel and transported to the Inuvik airport for your final flight to the village you will be hunting out of. Your guide/outfitter will be at the village airport to meet you upon your arrival. On your return after your hunt you will again be picked up at the Inuvik Airport and transported to EnR to have your trophy sealed and to pay your government harvest fee.
Upon booking your adventure a Non-refundable deposit of 50% of the hunt cost will be required. The balance is due 90 days prior to your scheduled hunt dates.
Non-resident hunting license:
Non-resident Government harvest fee for Polar Bear:
Non-resident Government harvest fee for Musk Ox:
Non-resident Government harvest fee for Grizzly Bear:
Non-resident Government harvest fee for Arctic Wolf:
*The above fees are subject to change
All Non-Canadian residents will need a valid passport to enter Canada. For more information on crossing the Canadian border, please click the button below.
We highly recommend that our clients purchase cancellation insurance for these extreme adventures. The weather this far north is unpredictable and can affect hunting dates.
You will have no difficulties bringing your sporting arms and ammunition into Canada (no handguns allowed). We will send you all the required forms to fill out to present to customs Canada upon your entry into the country.
At the present time, Polar bears are non-importable into the United States and Mexico. Your bear hide and skull will need to be shipped to a Canadian taxidermist for storage or final mounting. We have several Taxidermist we can recommend for this service. The cost of packaging, shipping and storage is the client's responsibility.
Musk ox trophies can be transported out of the Northwest Territories and Canada by the client or shipped to a taxidermist. Again, the cost for packaging, shipping and handling is the responsibility of the hunting client.
Wolf and Grizzly bears can be imported into the United States and Mexico with the proper permits in place. We will assist our clients in obtaining these required permits.
We will assist our clients on the proper clothing and footwear for the conditions that these adventures take place in. We have outer bib pants and parkas for rent should they be needed.
Hunting the far North Arctic with the Inuit People is one of the greatest adventures in the hunting world. The weather conditions and the remoteness of the areas we hunt present a challenging but rewarding adventure. Please contact Gary or Shawn so we can start the planning of your Arctic experience.