Yellowknife Winter Cultural Tour
Set out on an adventure with Inuit and Métis hosts to discover the natural wonders and cultural traditions of the true North. This package is available November till March and includes three nights’ accommodation, a hands-on experience building an igloo, snowshoeing and guided cultural tours.
Let your winter fantasies become reality under the shimmer of the Northern Lights. Experience true Northern hospitality and hear traditional stories that have been handed down for countless generations. Snuggle up in teepee, build your own igloo and feel a sense of wonder when you step inside an ice cave.
Join your Métis hosts, Aurora Tours, and head out for a day of adventure and discovery. Strap on your snowshoes and enjoy a hike over the frozen snow-covered Great Slave Lake. Learn how to build a fire inside a teepee and warm up with tea and bannock over roasted marshmallows and stories. Test your skills playing traditional games such as leg wrestling, pole push, and wood sawing. Join a drum making workshop and take a mini drum home. Watch a traditional trapping demonstration with a fur display and snap selfies in an interactive photoshoot.
Walk with friendly Inuit guides on the shores of Black Bay to discover the wonder of the Ice Caves. Have fun learning from your knowledgeable hosts at NARWAL how to build a traditional igloo and hear stories of Inuit culture and traditions as you shape the snow and slowly build a house. Sleep in cozy comfort each night at the Chateau Nova, warm up from your snowy adventures in the steam room or sauna.
To find out more about this adventurous cultural getaway, click here. Travel packages start from $680 per person based on double occupancy and do not include taxes or flights.