WInter is a spectacular season for Northern Lights viewing. Glide over snow-covered trails on dogsled being pulled by hard-working huskies and look up at the dancing Aurora. Kick into high gear and hop onto a snowmobile following a guide over frozen Great Slave Lake to a secluded cabin where you'll get a clear view. You'll traverse these lands like a Northerner.
See the Aurora in a new light in the world's Northern Lights capital, Yellowknife. Explore the biggest little city in Canada - walk through historic Old Town and explore our rich heritage from gold mining beginnings to a vibrant Northern metropolis. Gaze at the shimmering Lights from a cabin on the lake. Take a trip to Aurora Station where you'll get the best vantage point.
A best of both worlds kind of trip offering a taste of life in the North. See the stunning Aurora from every angle - a cozy cabin, a boat cruise and a Tipi. Travel the traditional Northern way - on a husky-powered sled. You'll fly out to Ft. Simpson before embarking on a float plane to legendary Nahanni National Park Reserve, seeing the titanic Virginia Falls and skyscraping Cirque of the Unclimbables.
Pore into waterfalls of all sizes - from gentle Cameron Falls to famous Virginia Falls and torrential Louise Falls. Float the Mackenzie River with an Aboriginal guide by jet boat. Canoe Hay River. Drive from Yellowknife to Fort Providence, keeping an eye out for Wood Bison known to graze on the side of the highway. Wildlife enthusiasts will love this trip.
The Sahtu is known as the adventure region of the Northwest Territories. Your fully customizable Incentive trip could include padding the famous Keele and Mountain rivers with world class paddling companies, rewarding employees with record shattering fishing at one of the lodges on Great Bear lake, hiking the legendary Canol trail or spending a few days in an immersive Aboriginal cultural experience in the community of Deline.
At last! You’ve made it to Inuvik and now you’re getting ready to drive the brand new Inuvik-Tuktoyaktuk Road. Whether you’ve arrived here by driving the mighty Dempster Highway, or you’ve flown into Inuvik with one of our Northern air carriers, you should take a few days to explore the town.