Tourism in Nunavut is largely based around outdoor activities such as nature experiences, although cultural activities surrounding the Canadian territory's rich Inuit culture are also popular. Wildlife watching is a popular attraction for tourists in Nunavut. The territory is home to a number of wildlife and bird sanctuaries, and it is possible to spot walrus, polar bears, a large variety of birds and belugas throughout the territory. Outdoor adventure activities are also popular. Nunavut has a wide and lengthy river system, meaning that there are a number of canoeing and kayaking opportunities to suit travellers of every skill level. Nunavut's vast expanse of uninhabited territory make it possible to go hiking and camping in many parts of the territory, although the region's often extreme conditions and remote location.