There is nothing more arctic experience than Ice Fishing on one of the largest lakes in Canada. Join your guide on an ice fishing adventure, set in the most spectacular winter landscapes of Yellowknife. Reel in your catch from The Great Slave Lake the second-largest lake in the Northwest Territories of Canada, the deepest lake in North America at 614 meters, and a home for many monster fish that includes Arctic Grayling, Inconnu, Trout, Pickerel and White Fish. Part of the tour you will be able to taste some of mouth watering local fish recipes your guide will treat you with.
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 business traveler who has limited time but would like to experience more of the East Arm. Book your 1 night stay with Ron at his cultural camp and enjoy a 2 hour evening excursion on the water to go fishing, sight-seeing and wildlife viewing.
- Airport transfer from the Lutsel K'e Airport to the Camp
Package is offered during the summer season. Wednesdays & Fridays until August 23, 2019
Price is: $350 Per Person
One day boating, fishing & cultural package. This package includes pick-up from the airport in Lutsel K'e, community tour, and 3.5 hours on the water complete with a fresh fish shore lunch and cultural stories.
Package offered during the summer season. Wednesdays & Fridays until August 23, 2019
Price is: $300 Per Person
Guests are responsible for their own transportation to and from the Community of Lutsel K'e, NT.
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