Named after Prince Adolphus, the Duke of Cambridge, Cambridge Bay is the largest stop for passenger and research vessels traversing the Arctic Ocean's Northwest Passage.
Map of Cambridge Bay
Trips that visit Cambridge Bay
Fly deep inside the Arctic Circle to a remote tented lodge offering outstanding opportunities for close interaction with Beluga whales, as part of a very special overall Arctic experience. Run by polar explorer Richard Weber, it's perfect for wilderness lovers.…
Traversing the heart of the Northwest Passage this compact trip focuses on the region’s fascinating history and wildlife. Planned visits to numerous locations linked to the Franklin expedition, narrated by onboard historians, combine with renowned wildlife hotspots such as Lancaster…