Stay in a unique accommodation built for the High Arctic! A cross between a tent and a cabin, the Weatherhaven accommodation at Tanquary Fiord is a rugged insulated tent with a solid floor and interior walls. The tent is divided in half: each side has two bedrooms, as well as a cosy sitting area with a couch, desk and heater. All four bedrooms in the unit are equipped with one double bed; each room can accommodate a maximum of 2 people.

Enjoy the ease of relaxing in homey comfort of the Weatherhaven after a long day of exploring the tundra and gazing at glaciers.

For information on how to book, please contact Quttinirpaq National Park.

  • General information:
    • One Weatherhaven unit, with four separate double bedrooms, is located at Tanquary Fiord.
    • Reservations are required.
    • No pets.
    • Rooms in the unit are booked for the duration of your visit, not night by night.
    • Cost: $350/14 nights per person, based on double occupancy.
    • $420/14 nights, based on single occupancy.
  • Inside the unit:
    • The unit is divided into two halves, each with its own entrance. Each side has two bedrooms, as well as a cosy shared living area with a couch, a desk and a heater.
    • Bedrooms have one bed with a double mattress. Sheets, pillows and duvet are included.
    • Battery powered lamps and headlamps are provided for the bedrooms.
    • Equipped with smoke and carbon monoxide detectors, and fire extinguisher.
    • There are no washroom or cooking facilities in the unit.
  • Nearby are:
    • Outhouses and solar shower.
    • Fully equipped visitor kitchen tent, with propane stove/oven, pots/pans, dishes and utensils. Water can be obtained from the creek behind the kitchen (boiling water prior to consumption is advised).
    • Visitor centre with power to charge cameras, electronic devices etc.
    • Picnic tables.
    • Benches with scenic view.
    • Small museum showcasing artifacts from research done at Tanquary Fiord in the 1960s.
  • What to bring (this list is not exhaustive, Park staff can assist you in additional pre-trip planning):
    • Slippers or indoor shoes.
    • Food, drinks, and snacks for the duration of your trip.
    • Appropriate clothing and gear for your planned trip in the High Arctic.
  • Rules:
    • Food and garbage must be properly stored inside at all times.
    • Cooking is not permitted in the unit
    • Smoking is not permitted within the unit.
    • Visitors must be shown how to safely operate diesel heater before use.
    • Damage deposit will be charged if unit is damaged - cost will be dependent on state of the unit.