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Spring camping in the NWT by a river

Spectacular Spring Staycations

Spectacular Northern lights in the night sky in the Northwest Territories

World’s Best Aurora

A family ice fishes on the great slave lake in the Northwest Territories

Fantastic fishing, all year long

A person paddles a canoe on a sunny day in the Northwest territories

A world of waterways, perfect for paddling

A person reads by a woodstove fire at beautiful Blachford Lake Lodge in the Northwest Territories

Stay in style: Treat yourself to a spectacular NWT winter staycation

Couple paddling in canoe on the Mackenzie River

Explore the ancient Northern waterways

Whether you're an experienced wilderness canoe tripper, or just wanting to putter around the shore of a stunning Canadian Shield lake, the NWT is a paddler's paradise

A quiet stretch of the Broken Skull River in Naats'ihch'oh National Park Reserve

Surround yourself in the wildest wilderness

The national parks of the Northwest Territories are home to sacred mountains, world-famous rivers, bucket-level adventures and unspeakable beauty


Northwest Territories Tourism is a not for profit organization, responsible to over 200 tourism business members in the Northwest Territories. We are the Destination Marketing Organization (DMO) for the NWT tasked with marketing Northwest Territories Tourism (NWTT) products. NWTT promotes tourism product locally, nationally and internationally.


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Hiker overlooking mountain valley stream from ridge

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