Welcome to the best fests in the Northwest Territories.
From gurgling pourovers to thundering plumes, these waterfalls are a marvel to behold.
What was the official name for Łutselk’e? Which town used to be called Rae-Edzo?
With the arrival of winter, it's time to rev up for a polar road-trip.
Can't sleep? Racing pulse? Breathless? You’ve likely come down with Aurora Borealis.
National holiday with events in all communities. Contact town offices and check community websites for details.
A statutory holiday in the Northwest Territories with events - including drum dances, fish fries and performances - in all communities. Contact town offices for details.
Bed and Breakfast located in Whati.
There are three units available to book. The B&B has an open concept living area with a fully-equipped kitchen, dining and living room with satellite TV. Breakfast is self-serve. We have an airport shuttle service for your convenience.
Stunning Whatı̀ Waterfall features two thundering spillways with fine grayling fishing in the rapids below. It's accessible by road from Whatı̀.
This Tłįchǫ Dene community of about 500 is set on the shore of huge, pristine Lac La Martre. This is the ancestral territory of the Tłı̨chǫ Dene. In 1773 a Northwest Company trading post was established here but closed in 1817. More than a century later a new trading post opened here, followed by a school in 1955.