Many tourists are attracted to Nunavut's uniquely wild land, its austere natural beauty and its wildlife. The territory has five national parks and national wildlife areas, as well as territorial parks, historic sites and wildlife sanctuaries. Visitors can enjoy outdoor activities such as hunting, fishing, dogsledding, bird watching, canoeing, and snowmobiling. They can also learn about the culture and history of the territory, enjoy local festivals and purchase Inuit arts and crafts.
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