Join Bobby Drygeese of the Yellowknives Dene First Nation on the shores of Great Slave Lake at Akaitcho Bay for some of the best Aurora Borealis viewing just outside of Yellowknife. Watch the shimmering northern lights from the comfort of a heated lakeshore cabin and hear stories, Dene history and legends; see Yellowknife from the water on an epic fishing trip on Great Slave Lake, cruise the island-dotted inside passage and visit historic Wool Bay; take part in a Cultural adventure through the communities of Yellowknife, Dettah and N’dilo.
Visit our camp to share Dene culture, art and foods; relax and enjoy the Cultural stories and traditional knowledge demonstrations of the Yellowknives Dene as told by Bobby Drygeese. Listen to the beat of the traditional drums and join the excitement of traditional Dene Hand Games. Learn about the Dene people and the significance of our land and Cultural traditions.
The B. Dene Adventures Cultural Camp is located just outside Dettah, across the bay from Yellowknife. The camp is accessible by a 10-minute nature trail walk, or two-minute boat or snowmobile ride. Our cozy camp includes a main cabin with full kitchen and dining room, gift shop, two full size teepees, a loft cabin, heated washrooms and several prospector tents.
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B. Dene AdventuresPO Box 2397
Yellowknife, Northwest Territories, X1A 2P8
(867) 444-0451 Tours@BDene.com Visit Website
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