About our tour

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The tour begins at the Teepee Village, located on the frozen Great Slave Lake, the tenth largest lake in the world!

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We have an introduction of our Ancestor's history and way of survival in one of the tents they would have lived in, including a trap demonstration and photo shoot with traditional Aboriginal clothing and furs.

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Then we will enter our Teepee, where we will learn to build a fire together on a caribou hide & spruce bow bed and share stories of our past.

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After the cultural leg of the tour is complete, we will take more Aurora photo's at the Village before heading on the hunt!

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We travel in comfortable group sizes of 14 or less per guide.

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In total darkness, far from the lights of the city, we can see the Aurora at it's brightest!

*Coming December 1st 2018 Aurora Viewing will be held at the Teepee Village!*

Schedule (10:00 pm - 2:00 am)

  • Arrive at Teepee Village in Ndilo

  • Introductions & refreshments provided

  • Furs demonstration & interactive photoshoot

  • Aurora hunting begins with a tour of the frozen ice road (winter)

  • During the hunt we will stop at optimal viewing locations

 

*Please contact us for any special requests, special events or questions you may have.

 

$120.00 + G.S.T per person

 

867 - 688 - 0989

867 - 688 - 5494

 

• Fall season excludes sliding and driving the ice road as we are still waiting for the ice to freeze

 

* Net rates available for the travel trade

 

 

Photo Gallery

See you soon!