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Hotels in Northwest Territory

This sparsely populated Canadian Province doesn't require a great variety of accommodations for visitors, but if you'd like to explore, our Northwest Territories Guide is here to help! Many visitors choose a Yellowknife hotel as home base while enjoying outdoor recreation at Great Slave Lake or checking out the famous local Candian Arctic Diamonds. Famous Dempster Highway brings you to your Inuvik hotel, where you will be celebrating the Land of the Midnight Sun.

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Northwest Territory National Parks Hotel Guide

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Best Northwest Territories Parks

Nahanni National Park Reserve

This UNESCO's World Heritage List site protects a portion of the Mackenzie Mountains Natural Region. The South Nahanni River is the star of the park, offering spectacular whitewater canoeing, kayaking and rafting trips. Visitors are reliably awestruck by tremendous gorges and canyons, alpine tundra, towering mountains, spruce forests, caves and hot springs. Take a flight-seeing trip to Virginia Falls, whose vertical drop doubles Niagara Falls. Wildlife includes black and grizzly bears, several weasel species and nesting trumpeter swans at Yohin Lake. Find Hotels near Nahanni National Park Reserve.

Twin Falls Territorial Park

This self-proclaimed destination park protects an area considered sacred by the Dene People who believe two spirits, the Grandmother and Grandfather, reside here. The spectacular Hay River Canyon, carved from limestone, Alexandra Falls and Louis Falls are easy to reach and have excellent viewing platforms. Trail walking and picnicking are popular – for a learning experience, take the Dene Native Interpretive Walk. Find Hotels near Twin Falls Territorial Park.

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Northwest Territories Overview

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Sandwiched between Yukon and Nunavut in northern Canada, the province of Northwest Territories is composed primarily of boreal forest. Quite large in land mass, it is on the other hand, quite sparsely populated. The southern region enjoys a subarctic climate, while the northern region is polar. The majority of its people are Aboriginal, and although there are eleven official languages, English is commonly spoken.

Capital and largest city, Yellowknife, is well-known for its Canadian Arctic Diamonds and the recreational opportunities offered at nearby Great Slave Lake. The Mackenzie River, longest in Canada, originates in this lake and empties into the Arctic Ocean. Yellowknife is modern, yet rustic, with a populace nearing 20,000. Several Northwest Territories Hotels are located in Yellowknife, with others scattered throughout the territory. A portion of Kluane National Park spills over into the southwestern corner of the province. 

The northern region of this province can deliver some brutal weather, so be prepared! Autumn and winter are the times to witness the Northern Lights. Bush planes are popular for “flightseeing”; for those of you more adventurous, canoe or kayak the wildest rivers you have ever seen! Drive the famous Dempster Highway to Inuvik where you can set out to explore the Land of the Midnight Sun. This town, in the Mackenzie Delta, is built on permafrost (frozen delta soils). Stop in at Our Lady of Victory, an igloo church, while there.

Tuktut Nogait National Park, translating to “young caribou”, is tucked into the very northeast corner of Northwest Territories, about 170 km north of the Arctic Circle. Remote and pristine, you will see rolling tundra and colorful canyons along with wildlife such as caribou, grizzly bears and raptors. Great Bear Lake is located south of Tuktut Nogait; it is the largest lake contained entirely in Canada.

Directly north of the mainland is Banks Island; it is basically uninhabited and a protected bird sanctuary. A portion of Victoria Island, to the east of Banks Island, lies in Northwest Territories; a small population of Inuit call Victoria Island “home”.

Are you tired of the hustle and bustle of ordinary life? Bored with mundane conversations with annoying co-workers? Are you up for the adventure of your lifetime?  Book your getaway trip to Northwest Territories today!

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