Discover the best of the Northwest Territories

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This diverse territory is home to endless outdoor adventure, unique wildlife, rich Indigenous heritage and unparalleled views of the Northern Lights. Get a little further north to discover a whole lot more in Canada's Northwest Territories.


From skyscrapers to teepees and mansions to log cabins, discover Yellowknife, Canada's wildest little city. 

Top 5 Things to do in Yellowknife this summer:

  1. Watch the summer aurora (Mid-August – End of September)
  2. Paddle Houseboat Bay on Great Slave Lake (the 10th deepest lake in the world)
  3. Play a round of midnight golf
  4. Attend the Folk On The Rocks Music Festival
  5. Cast your line in one of our many lakes along the Ingraham Trail!

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Explore more in the Arctic Circle

The Northwest Territories is home to some of Canada's biggest; whether you're hiking, fishing, paddling or casually sightseeing, discover kilometres of the nation's deepest lakes, longest rivers, highest waterfalls and unmatched landscapes. It's home to a community with friendly faces, deep roots, diverse cultures and spellbinding stories. From the moment you arrive to the moment you're watching Aurora light up the sky above you, you'll be completely enchanted. But don't just take our word for it.

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Discover Yellowknife

Aurora Village 

Enjoy the natural spectacle of the Northern Lights in comfort from traditional teepees. The cultural experience is complete with bison stew and bannock.

North Star Adventures

View the aurora borealis with guides sharing 50,000 years of ancestral knowledge of the land, culture and peoples of the north.