Welcome to Nature's Greatest Light Show

Lights that seem close enough to touch.

There are two Aurora seasons in the Northwest Territories – autumn when the land and lakes are still warm, and winter when the land and lakes are frozen. Tip your head back in awe to catch the glittering lights dancing across the sky. Whether you prefer rugged or pampered, Northwest Territories outfitters and lodges offer day trips and three and four day packages designed to show you the best of our spectacular Aurora. 

 

Our Stories

Intriguing tales from Canada's Northwest Territories

The lights are alive! Astounding footage of the Aurora, dancing in high-def. 

When the Northern lights dance, romance is in the air.

7 remarkable reasons why the Northwest Territories has the finest Auroras on Earth.

Up here, they’re just a bit different

200,000 volts? 400 kilometres high? And other dazzling fact about Northern Lights...

Package includes three nights accommodation in our queen guest room plus seating for two of our highly acclaimed Aurora tours. Our tours are about four hours in length. We use the latest satellite images to determine the best direction to go and will...

Yellowknife is the best place to see Aurora! For our famous Aurora Hunting tour, we will drive to different locations to look for the best places to see Aurora. Our guides will take free professional photographs of you and tell you all about Aurora, the night...

Experience one of our most extreme winter adventures! This winter adventure will test your inner strength and will definitely test your will to survive in the winter wilderness! Temperatures can get very dangerous, dropping down into the -40C’s! Man and machine vs...

Yellowknife is the Aurora capital of the world! Photographers from around the globe come to Yellowknife to capture their award winning Aurora photographs. The isolated northern city of Yellowknife is a interesting place to photograph, so we are...

The Pehdzeh Ki First Nation is a member of the Dehcho First Nations in the Northwest Territories of Canada, and is located in Wrigley. The Pehdzeh Ki First Nation offers visitors a variety of experiences including Aurora viewing.