Nunavut, Nunavut, Canada: What to pack, what to wear, and when to go [2022]

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Traveling to Nunavut, Nunavut, Canada? If you're planning to go to Nunavut, we have some important information about when to go, what to wear, and what to pack.

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About your travel guide

Hi! I'm Dev. I've traveled all over the world and in my travels, I have made many packing lists. In this series, my team and I have compiled the most useful information, as well as things we couldn't live without, to help you plan your trip.


When to go to Nunavut, Nunavut, Canada

Based on the climate and weather in Nunavut, the best time to go is July. See below for details.

Important essentials for Nunavut, Nunavut, Canada

Here are some general tips on what to wear in Nunavut, as well as several items to remember to pack when traveling there.

COVID-19 ESSENTIALS FOR 2022


  • Travel insurance that includes COVID-19 coverage

    Cases are climbing again, and areas are returning to lockdown. If you or a companion get COVID-19, you may be stuck with no way home -- but travel insurance can protect you. Learn more about COVID-19 and travel insurance

  • (U.S. Residents) Telehealth COVID-19 test for entry to U.S.

    U.S. residents still need a certified COVID-19 test to return home, but it can now be via Zoom. Learn more


  • Travel disinfecting wipes

    Use these to sanitize plane and hotel surfaces.


  • Hand sanitizer

    This hand sanitizer is a good TSA-friendly product.


  • Kids' KN95 masks

    N95 masks are not available for kids. These are a good alternative (and can also be used by adults if N95 masks are not available).


  • A vaccine card protector

    Vaccine cards often wear out. An unreadable card may result in severe consequences. This vaccine card protector helps avoid that.


  • N95 masks

    These N95 masks provide the best level of protection possible.


  • Touchless thermometer

    A touchless thermometer is important to have.

General health necessities

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What to wear/what to pack for Nunavut, Nunavut, Canada by month

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January

Traveling to Nunavut in January, you will notice that it is biting cold. Expect it to snow sometimes. Daytime temperatures are in the 10+ below zero F (20+ below zero C).

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February

If you are traveling to Nunavut in February, you will notice that it is unbearably cold. Expect it to snow once in a while. Daytime temperatures are in the 10+ below zero F (20+ below zero C).

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March

March for Nunavut is unbearably cold. Temperatures average in the 10+ below zero F (20+ below zero C) during the day. It snows sometimes.

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April

April can be bitter cold. Temperatures average in the single digits F (10+ below zero C) during the day. It snows regularly.

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May

Traveling to Nunavut in May, you will notice that it is beyond freezing. Expect it to snow about a third of the time. Daytime temperatures are in the high 10s F (single digits below 0 C).

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June

June in Nunavut is frigid. The average overnight temperatures in the area are in the high 20s F (single digits below 0 C). It snows about a third of the time. But the colder weather doesn't bring low humidity, which is in the 80% to 90% range on average.

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July

If you are traveling to Nunavut in July, you will notice that it is pretty cool and somewhat rainy. Expect it to rain about a third of the time. Daytime temperatures are in the 40s F (single digits C).

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August

If you visit Nunavut during August, you may notice that it is brisk. Temperatures tend to hover around the high 30s F (single digits C) during the day, while at night they can dip into the low 30s F (single digits below 0 C). Humidity is generally between 80 and 90% during the day. In terms of precipitation, you can expect it to rain about a third of the time and snow occasionally.

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September

September for Nunavut can be dangerously cold and somewhat snowy. Temperatures average in the 20s F (single digits below 0 C) during the day. It snows about half of the time.

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October

October in Nunavut is beyond freezing and somewhat snowy. The average overnight temperatures in the area are in the single digits F (10+ below zero C). It snows about half of the time. But the colder weather doesn't bring low humidity, which is in the 80% to 90% range on average.

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November

November in Nunavut can be dangerously cold. The average overnight temperatures in the area are in the 10+ below zero F (20+ below zero C), with a few days below -22 F (30+ below zero C). It snows about a third of the time. But the colder weather doesn't bring low humidity, which is in the 70% to 80% range on average.

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December

If you go to Nunavut in December, you will notice that it can be bitter cold. Expect it to snow once in a while. Daytime temperatures are in the 10+ below zero F (20+ below zero C).

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