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Film Support

The Arctic is becoming more and more popular as a film location and it’s no wonder! Tundra North Tours would be more than happy to help out on your Northern film project. With years of experience living and working in the Arctic we are sure to help make your film a great success. We know the area and have essential local knowledge about working in the remote and harsh environment. We are home to some of the most vast, beautiful and virtually untouched landscapes and interesting Aboriginal cultures in the world. Inuvik is a very small but vibrant town and it always helps to have a local guide to rely on.

We have experience working with larger crews such as Budweiser‘s commercial for ‘Ice Road Truckers’ and smaller crews like the National Geographic‘s ‘Perilous Journeys’ series crew. We’re also available to work with small independent photographers who require a guide to take them on the land for the unlimited photo opportunities this unique part of the country has to offer.

We are able to take care of everything for you from finding the perfect shoot locations and booking flights and accommodation. Whatever your needs, we will go to great lengths to ensure you leave extremely satisfied with your project!

  • Logistics Support

    For location and cultural consulting to trasportation and cater, we're here to help.

  • Equipment

    Drones, film and video equipment, and gear to keep you warm and help you get around.

  • Production

    Scripting, narration, stock footage, music composition, we've got a network of local resources to assist.

Production Project

True North Calling - CBC mini series

Proper Productions

TRUE NORTH CALLING is a documentary series that follows the lives of several compelling, resourceful Canadians living across the North, showing what it takes to make it and achieve their dreams, in Canada’s toughest terrain.From The Northwest Territories, to the Yukon to Nunavut, we’ll watch as these characters deal with unforgiving terrain, unpredictable weather and unexpected challenges to earn a living and make a life for themselves, their families and in some cases, their communities.  Each of them has to figure out how to combine the traditional knowledge that has kept people alive for millennia in the North with the increasing demands of the modern world.
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Perilous Journeys: Arctic Ice Road

National Geographic

We worked on this episode with National Geographic for 22 days in February, it was -40 most days! To hear more about the crew’s experience working with us, check out the Perilous Journeys Blog

Logistics Support


We flew from London to Edmonton and then on to Yellow Knife, Nowman Wells, and finally in to Inuvik. Our trip was arranged by Up North Tours (now Tundra North Tours), the area’s leading guide company. So, if you fancy seeing some of world’s last untouched wilderness, saying NAAGGAI to MUKTUK getting frozen to death or eaten alive by mosquitoes, you just need to puck up the phone.

Read the full MotorTrend article