A Tourism Kiosk will be available to field questions and book tours at the congress venue (Sir John Franklin High School). You may also peruse the following sites for more NWT tourism opportunities:

The Northern Frontier Visitors’ Association runs a tourism information bureau at 4807-49th Street and provides information on Yellowknife/North Slave region.
Northwest Territories Tourism maintains a detailed site covering the entire Northwest Territories. The organization also publishes several travel guides that could be downloaded or requested by mail free of charge.

Lodge & Resort

Lodges, Tours, & Resorts

logo-blachford Blachford Lake Lodge is set on a remote jewel of a lake, just 20 minutes by charter aircraft from Yellowknife, capital of Canada’s Northwest Territories. In Summer, Blachford guests enjoy round the clock activities. There’s fishing, hiking, canoeing and kayaking, with guides, or on your own. On long summer days there’s swimming too, in a solar-warmed northern lake. Summer or winter, the Lodge features gourmet meals and a licensed lounge. Download the brochure.

Narwal Tours

Northern and Remote Wilderness Adventures Ltd. (NARWAL) is a small, friendly, northern owned and operated family business. Their reputation as a competent, safety conscious outdoor adventure school is well established. Since its incorporation in 1987, NARWAL has provided quality instruction to over three thousand participants. NARWAL operates out of the North Slave region of Canada’s Northwest Territories. We are located in the City of Yellowknife, the territorial capital. Their tours expand from Yellowknife out into the surrounding lakes and rivers which are connected to Great Slave Lake. Please see their brochure or visit them on the web.
Watta Lake Lodge has space available on the weekend following the congress… July 17th ,18th and 19th. They can accommodate 8 -12 people ( shared accommodations). There are various other activities if you are not ‘fishing fanatics’, i.e. photo bugs, birders, hikers, or just some badly needed after convention R & R time. Visit www.wattalake.nt.ca for more information or email: fishing@wattalake.nt.ca.

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