The Mallikjuaq Territorial Park is a protected area known for its stunning natural beauty, excellent archaeological sites and stone structures dating back some three millennia.
Dorset Island and Mallikjuaq Island seem barren yet sustain many forms of life. The park is home to various wildlife, including polar bears, arctic foxes, and seals. It is also home to various bird species, such as the snowy owl, gyrfalcon, and peregrine falcon. The park is also home to a number of indigenous plants, including mosses, lichens, and arctic willows.