Tli Cho Motel is a seven room motel in Behchoko.

Seven Rooms. All rooms feature WiFi, Cable TV and a kitchenette with a fridge and microwave. Four rooms also include a stove. There is also one two bedroom suite, with three beds, a kitchen and a living room. Centrally located, near health centre and northern store.

 

Winterhawk'€s spacious main floor suite is dedicated entirely to our guests. We invite you to relax in the comfort of our guest living room, sit by the crackling wood stove or lounge on the main floor patio. Truly a perfect home away from home! We hope to have you visit us soon.

Guests are provided with a full kitchen, private bathroom, Satellite TV, DVD, phone, laundry facilities and three bedrooms equipped with double beds. A continental style breakfast is provided. 

To truly experience the Northwest Territories, take your camping gear for a highway driving adventure! Long ribbons of road without traffic jams or urban clutter take you through vast landscapes with unrivaled vistas - scenic boreal forests, breathtaking waterfalls, mountains, plains and valleys. Take your time, explore. Savour the wide-open spaces and quiet of the wilderness. surround yourself with wild beauty and the whispers of history.

We have eight spacious rooms, with private bath, coffee shop, laundry, satellite TV in the living room and home cooked meals for $210 a night. We also have special tourist rates, day trips, and packages.

 

Northern and Remote Wilderness Adventures Ltd. (NARWAL) is a small, friendly, majority Aboriginal owned and operated family business. Our reputation as a competent, safety conscious outdoor adventure school is well established, having been in operation since 1981. Our mission is to provide safe, personable and fun experiences in the outdoors. 

This big boreal reserve protects Canada’s northernmost population of wood buffalo, which are almost inevitably seen browsing along Highway 3. Roadside parks in the area – including North Arm and Chan Lake – provide an opportunity to stretch your legs and explore the area’s flora and landscape.

Enjoy a break from driving at this roadside park, offering washrooms, a kitchen shelter and a boat launch. Stop and rest on the picturesque shores of Great Slave Lake to take photos or simply to relax with a picnic. Be sure to look around you – the scenery abruptly changes here from rolling, well-treed Mackenzie lowlands to the granite of the Canadian shield. This is a prime waterfowl nesting area.

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