Kangiqsujuaq (also known as Wakeham Bay) is a northern village community in
the Nord-du-Quebec region of Canada. It is situated on the Ungava Peninsula
& is served by Kangiqsujuaq Airport. The community lies close to the
archaeological sites of Qajartalik. It features petroglyphs created by
Attractions in Kangiqsujuaq
Pingualuit National Park
Pingualuit National Park is a provincial park situated in the Ungava
Peninsula. It lies approximately 100 kilometers away from Kangiqsujuaq. The
park protects a meteoritic crater, which is filled with extremely clear
blue water. It is a vast treeless expanse where visitors can enjoy hiking
in summers & cross-country skiing in winters.
Archaeological Sites of Qajartalik
The archaeological sites of Qajartalik are situated on the Qikertaaluk
Island, Nunavut, Canada. It lies around 40 kilometers away from the
Kangirsujuaq. Here are several formations of soap-stones on which
petroglyphs have been carved. Most of these petroglyphs depict human faces
while some appears to have faces of both humans as well as animals.
Best Time to Visit Kangiqsujuaq
The best time to book Kangiqsujuaq flights are the months from
June to September & months between December and February. While snow is
the reason to visit the area in winters. However, if you are looking for
economical deals then plan a visit during Spring or Fall Season.
Airports in Kangiqsujuaq
Kangiqsujuaq (Wakeham Bay) Airport serves Kangiqsujuaq in Quebec, Canada.
It is a public airport situated approximately 1.3 kilometers away from
Kangiqsujuaq. The airport is operated by Administration Regionale Kativik.
Air Insuit operates flights to Kangiqsujuaq connecting it with the destinations
of Aupaluk, Montreal, Quebec City, Kangirsuk, Kuujjuaq, Quaqtaq, Salluit,
Schefferville, & Tasiujaq.