Aurora Village

Yellowknife, Northwest Territories

Cultural Demonstrations Northern Lights Storytelling Table Service

Limited Operations

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Natural, magical, spectacular! See the Aurora Borealis dance above the pristine northern wilderness at Aurora Village in Yellowknife. Catch every moment in comfort in custom-made, heated outdoor 360-degree swivel seats inspired by traditional sleighs; marvel at the lights in seclusion or join new friends around the wood fire in a teepee; feast on an Aurora dinner of bison stew and bannock.

Aurora Village is located on the Ingraham Trail near Yellowknife, in Canada’s Northwest Territories, join us in our Teepee Village for an unforgettable adventure. By day, enjoy the village as a winter wonderland, meet our happy, friendly dog sled team and learn about how important these animals are in the arctic conditions, and see the love and respect our community has for our dogs. Hop into a sled and enjoy the excitement of a ride with our dogs over a frozen lake and forest trails. Strap on traditional wooden snowshoes and explore the back trails through the forest next to the Teepee Village.

Spoil yourself with our ‘V.i.Teepee’ treatment; a Canadian Signature Experience. Enjoy a three-course meal in a private teepee and watch in comfort as the brilliantly beautiful Aurora dances across the northern sky. Taste traditional foods with a modern touch such as locally caught Great Slave Lake Whitefish or Slow Roasted Smoked Bison Prime Rib.

We offer airport and hotel pick up, plus winter clothes rental, just relax and enjoy the magic of the arctic with people who know it best.

Aurora Village

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Aurora Village

4709 Franklin Avenue
Yellowknife, Northwest Territories, X1A 2P4
info@auroravillage.com, admin@auroravillage.com Visit Website

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