Where is Pond inlet?
About Pond Inlet:
- Where is Pond Inlet? Pond Inlet is a small, predominantly Inuit community in the Qikiqtaaluk Region of Nunavut, Canada, and is located in northern Baffin Island.
- Tell me more about it? Read Wikipedia ;)…but to get you started, with a largely Inuit population of 1617, Pond Inlet Pond Inlet was named in 1818 by explorer John Ross for John Pond, an English astronomer.
- What is there to do in Pond Inlet? As a tourist destination, Pond Inlet is considered one of Canada's "Jewels of the North". It is one of the most picturesque communities with mountain ranges viewable from all directions. Icebergs are most often accessible from the community within walking distance or a short snowmobile ride in winter. Pond Inlet boasts a nearby floe edge, several dozen glaciers, explorable ice caves, and many grand and picturesque inlets. Barren-ground caribou, ringed seal, narwhals and polar bears are just some of the wildlife that can be encountered while traveling out on the land.