Nunavik Peninsula is a large peninsula in northwestern Greenland. It separates two cultural and geographical regions of northwestern Greenland - Uummannaq Fjord region in the southeast, and Upernavik Archipelago in the north. The waters around the peninsula are that of Baffin Bay. To the south and southeast the peninsula is bounded by the Uummannaq Fjord system, an inlet of Baffin Bay. Ukkusissat Fjord carves deeply into the terrain, running south to north-east-north around the eastern part of the peninsula covered with the Sermikavasak glacier.