Silversea Expedition Cruises A Similik National Park, Bylot Island

Similik National Park, Bylot Island

Sirmilik means "place of glaciers" in the Inuit language, which aptly describes the expansive landscape of glaciers, valleys and ice fields found on Bylot Island. The island, located off the northwest end of Baffin Island, has been a protected area and migratory bird reserve since 2001 because it is one of the most diverse areas in the arctic. Narwhals, beluga whales, walrus and seals can be found in the waters, while on land there are caribou, arctic fox, arctic hares, wolves and even an occasional polar bear. View more

It is also a very important seabird colony. More than 70 species of birds have been recorded here, with about 40 species seasonally breeding on the island. The island was surveyed and named in 1610 by the British explorers William Baffin and Robert Bylot during their search for the Northwest Passage

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Kangerlussuaq A Kangerlussuaq
  • Arctic & Greenland
  • Silversea Expeditions
  • Salida
    ago 18, 2018
  • Duración
    16 Días
  • Barco
    Silver Cloud Expedition

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Similik National Park, Bylot Island