Think beyond ordinary destinations for your next conference or retreat. Inspiration and adventure await you in Canada's magnificent Northwest Territories. We're famous for major outdoor thrills, from dogteam rides to fishing to whitewater rafting, and for natural wonders, from World Heritage parks to the dazzling Northern Lights. Our sport fishing is the best in the world, bar none.
In Yellowknife, choose a half day fishing or cruising on Great Slave Lake with a local operator in summer, or a dog team ride under the northern lights in winter. We think you'll want to come back for more.
At Inuvik, choose a local tour to pick up some local lore, or fly out over the spectacular Mackenzie Delta. You can drive the Dempster south to the Arctic Circle in summer, or the famous ice road to Tuktoyaktuk in winter.
At Hay River, a scenic harbour tour or a boat trip to the headwaters of the Mackenzie River are enticing options in summer. In winter, experience the vastness of Great Slave Lake under the northern lights, and sample whitefish fresh from the lake in the company of a commercial fisherman.
From Norman Wells, fly out to visit unique communities in the Mackenzie Heartland, or choose a fishing trip or sightseeing excursion by air in the Mackenzie Mountains.
From Fort Simpson, hop an air charter into the world famous Nahanni National Park to marvel at Virginia Falls. Take a cruise on the Mackenzie River, or visit a mountain lodge.
At historic Fort Smith you are right in the middle of one of the world's largest parks, Wood Buffalo, where bison roam free. Marvel at the rapids on the Slave River, the old highway north. Winter or summer Fort Smith offers plenty of post conference activities.
For more information, download our 2012 Conference Guide above, right.