Unique can be defined in many ways: unlike other things, distinctive, markedly different. The Northwest Territories of Canada are all of these things, but it is not only the dramatic landscapes, natural wonders, and majestic wildlife that make these territories unique; it is the fact that this majesty has been observed by a few, and explored by even fewer. Intrepid travellers, thrill-seekers, and holiday-makers who want to experience untouched wonder; the Northwest Territories are for you…
Raft through the winding rivers of Dehcho and Nahinni and trek through the close-by National Park Reserve (a UNESCO world heritage site) navigate the expansive terrains and estuaries of North and South Slave and watch as the Bison and Caribou graze on the hills; these are sights that certainly can’t be found in many other places.
But there is other life and other beauty here; it does not reside entirely in the inimitable landscapes and wildlife. The Northwest Territories are rich in history and culture – aboriginal and Inuvialuit traditions are still widely practiced and the opportunity to immerse yourself in a story-telling drum dance, or sample the music and art of these fascinating communities is a matchless experience.
So whether you’re casting your eyes upward and witnessing the beauty of the Northern Lights from the other-worldly landscapes of East Arm, or from one of the quaint bars of Yellowknife, the Northwest Territories are sure to amaze and astound. Let us show you why.