Uniquely Rewarding

Design your next corporate retreat or incentive travel trip so that your guests will be talking about it for years to come with memories that will last forever. The NWT has a wide variety of amazing activities that will WOW every meeting goer. From laid back getaways to exhilarating outdoor adventure, it is one destination with trips as varied as the tastes of your clients. Visit the awe-inspiring Virginia Falls (twice the height of Niagara Falls), dip your toe in the Arctic Ocean, view the world's best Aurora from a hot tub, run your own dog team, participate in a traditional Indigenous drum dance or make your own dreamcatcher, the possibilities are endless. The NWT has the transportation, accommodation and high standards of service to make planning incentive travel easy. Let us assist you in designing a one-of-a-kind experience.

NWT OPERATORS

Below is a list of NWT Operators that will give you a better idea of the various tours and packages that can be developed for your guests. You can also see some sample conference itineraries in the Material and Download page.

Situated southeast of Yellowknife, Blachford Lake Lodge is only accessible by air charter from the NWT capital. The Lodge offers all the comforts of a resort in a magical wilderness setting.

This unique lodge is located amongst a maze of islands on Great Slave Lake’s 100-mile-long North Arm. The rugged and beautiful area looks much the same today as it did a thousand years ago.

Welcoming and friendly, with a rustic charm and all the modern conveniences, Grey Goose Lodge immediately catches your eye as you approach Deliné from the air.

No matter what you're looking for in a fishing vacation, you'll find it at Kasba. You'll be put right in the middle of the untouched wilderness for a legendary fishing experience.

Where dreams are made and records are broken. Imagine hauling in 20- and 30-pound fish all day, every day, until your arms are sore - that's Lac La Martre!

If you are looking for the best place to go Lake Trout fishing, then look no further. On the edge of the tree line and hundreds of miles from civilization, Great Bear is the 4th largest lake in Nor