People and Culture

The Northwest Territories offers unique access to some of the most talented creative artists and traditional craftspeople of our generation. Strong Aboriginal cultures influence painters, carvers and musicians, who might perform at special events and festivals. Our tour operators will introduce your clientele to the magical north in communities large and small  -  accessible, unpretentious and engaging - summer or winter.

Aurora Village

Aurora Village

Yellowknife, Northwest Territories

Enjoy an afternoon of winter sports such as snowshoeing, snowmobiling, dog sled rides. Learn to drive your own team for an additional cost.  Package includes one activity, hot drinks, marshmallow roast and tubing on our giant ice slide.

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My Backyard Tours

My Backyard Tours

Yellowknife, Northwest Territories

Choose one or more half-day tours. Yellowknife City Tour features local history, art and culture.  Meet the Artist Gallery Tour introduces an eclectic mix of artists working in jewellery, acrylics, stone and bone, pottery and furs.

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Snowshoe Inn

Snowshoe Inn

Fort Providence, Northwest Territories

Stay with us to celebrate local Aboriginal culture at festivals throughout the year. Traditional events include crowd pleasers like Dene hand games, canoe races and tea boiling contests. This is a unique opportunity to meet Aboriginal northerners.

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Up North Tours

Up North Tours

Inuvik, Northwest Territories

Four nights and three days Arctic Coast Historical Tour includes Inuvik culture and history tour. Tuktoyaktuk tour visits a sod house and the Trans Canada Trailhead. Airfare from Edmonton or Calgary, and three nights accommodation are included.

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