The Amaguk Hotel is nestled in the heart of Hopedale and overlooks the Hopedale Harbour. Our 22 room hotel offers guest a comfortable stay in our renovated and refurbished hotel. Our newly built glass dining room provides an unobstructed view of Labrador’s sky, water and landscape.
It was referred to as Arvertok, Inuktitut for “place of whales” and later renamed to Hopedale.
A great deal of the early Moravian influence still remains in Hopedale with the well-recognized Moravian Mission Complex.
Today, Hopedale has a population of approximately 600 residents and is the legislative capital of the Nunatsiavut Government.
It’s a well thriving and growing community that offers many amenities to residents and visitors.
DJ Group of Companies, through it’s various businesses, can provide commercial contracts to assist with your projects. Contact us for details.
Moravian Mission Interpretation Museum
Hopedale Moravian Mission Is a National Historic Site in Canada. It is a complex of large, wooden buildings originally constructed by the Moravian Church at Hopedale, Labrador.
“These large, wooden structures stand starkly silhouetted against the rocky shoreline of the vast, barren landscape. Official recognition refers to the cultural landscape comprised of the mission buildings on their shoreline site.” – Parks Canada
When in Hopedale, experience history and visit the Moravian Mission Complex and Interpretation Museum with old grave sites dating back 200+ years.
Former American Radar Site
Hike to the abandoned American Radar Site and enjoy the spectacular view from its summit!