Our Kayak expedition offers you a chance to experience Canada’s newest national park: Thaidene Nëné, or “Land of the Ancestors” in the Denesoline Yati language. We offer various routes through the park such as: The Etthen Island expedition which ventures into Thaidene Nëné for part of the route, while the McLeod Bay expedition takes place entirely inside the new park.
We offer various tours. Give us a call for more information.
Offering Cultural tours, sport fishing, canoeing and snowmobile tours.
Contact us for more information.
When you arrive on Friday in Lutsel K'e, you will be transferred by boat to a traditional camp to spend the weekend in complete serenity. A fresh fish dinner will be prepared, followed by an evening of sightseeing on the lake under the midnight sun.
On Saturday, after a delicious breakfast, guests can chose their preferred activities for the day.
The following activities offered are:
Perfect for the traveler who would like to experience more of the East Arm, part of the Thaidene Nene National Park with an Indigenous operator from the area. Your stay will be at our cultural camp where you can enjoy an evening of traditional lifestyle of the Denesoline peoples, excursion on the water to go fishing, sight-seeing and wildlife viewing.
East Arm Pop Up Camp is a traditional camp that is located in Lutsel K'e, on the shores of the East Arm, Great Slave Lake. Ron Desjarlais, the owner, offers various tours and packages that include fishing day trips, overnight fishing trips, cultural experiences, wildlife viewing and much more.
Whether for business or pleasure any visit to Lutsel K'e should include an experience with Ron Desjarlais, the owner of East Arm Pop-Up Camp!
If you would like to book a tour, please contact Ron for more information.
Great lakes. Deep secretsAnonymous (not verified) Tue, 04/23/2019 - 11:10
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