Walking with Nature

Ontario

Culture & Heritage | Wildlife, Nature & Adventure

Since time immemorial the Anishinaabek people have understood our connection to and dependence on our Mother Earth. Nature provides food, medicine, and essentials for everyday life. Take a walk through the mixed forests, diverse wetlands, and rocky bluffs of our traditional territory. Discover the ancient knowledge the land has to offer. Your Anishinaabe guide will provide history and insights into a variety of plants, wildlife, and cultural traditions. Connect deeply with the forest by sampling fresh, locally harvested Cedar tea.

Offered by: Cape Croker Park

Starting Price: $50-$75

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Mountain Walk & Wade

Alberta

Culture & Heritage | Outfitters

Follow the current. . . This 8 - 9 hour trip (exclusive of travel time) has you wading through some of Southern Alberta's prime mountain streams. This adventure requires mobility, agility and stamina as we will be walking long distances over large river stones and steep banks. Drift Out West provides: snacks, water, non-alcoholic drinks, a full shore lunch, and all required gear (Quinn will contact you prior to the float to determine what gear you'll need). You'll bring: layered clothing, including rain gear; hat; sunglasses (polarized are best); sunscreen; and a camera. Drift Out West will provide transport from Calgary to your mountain stream destination, a 3-5 hour round trip, depending on the chosen location. Remember you need an Alberta Sportfishing License Booking Information: $100 deposit is required at the time of booking. Balance due by day of trip. Cancellation Information: With more than 14 days' notice, Drift Out West will refund your deposit. Trips cancelled with 14 days' or less notice will be refunded the deposit less a $50 cancellation fee. Trips cancelled with less than 24 hours' notice will forfeit the full deposit. Where mutually agreeable, a trip can be rescheduled with no penalty, provided the date falls within the same calendar year.

Offered by: Drift Out West Fly Fishing

Starting Price: $675.00

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Mackenzie Nahanni Experience

Northwest Territories

Accommodation & Relaxation | Cuisine | Culture & Heritage | Wildlife, Nature & Adventure

Experience Yellowknife, the amazing Dehcho, the mighty Mackenzie River, the world famous Nahanni National Park and genuine Indigenous culture AND stay in a comfortable B&B or hotel each night!

Offered by: North Star Adventures

Starting Price: $5995.00 + GST / Person

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Kwe! Package

Quebec

Accommodation & Relaxation | Art, Craft & Gifts | Cuisine | Culture & Heritage

Hospitality is an age-old tradition among the Huron-Wendat. The idea for the Kwe! package came to us from these traditions. Nothing is left to chance to allow you to enjoy the human experience that we are committed to offer. This package is our way of welcoming you to the Huron-Wendat land, but especially to help you discover Wendake, this magnificent Aboriginal community located in Quebec City. Two (2) nights in a comfort room One (1) 3 course dinner Two (2) breakfasts One (1) lunch, the "Table Wendat" special One (1) animated discovery visit to the Huron-Wendat Museum One (1) "Myths and Legends" activity in the Ekionkiestha Longhouse, an authentic experience of the thousand-year-old traditions of the native culture One (1) rally to discover Wendake

Offered by: Hotel-Musée Premières Nations

Starting Price: $365 per person, double occupancy

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Gros Morne Explorer

Newfoundland & Labrador

Culture & Heritage | Wildlife, Nature & Adventure

The Gros Morne Explorer hiking tour is an all-inclusive hiking vacation in one of Canada’s top hiking destinations, Gros Morne National Park, Newfoundland & Labrador. Experienced local guides lead you on day hikes to explore Gros Morne Mountain’s Arctic alpine, the deep fjords of the Long Range Mountains, coastlines of pebble beaches and volcanic rocks, and the treeless Tableland’s mountain of mantle. Included in this week-long tour is an exploration of Bonne Bay by sea kayak and a boat cruise on Western Brook Pond Fjord. We base our guests in comfortable and spacious cottages in Norris Point conveniently located just a few minute’s walk from Gros Morne Adventures waterfront office, the beach, aquarium and waterfront pub. Daytime temperatures are ideal for hiking, the trails are not crowded and at the end of each day we enjoy unique dining experiences at locally owned seaside restaurants.

Offered by: Gros Morne Adventures

Starting Price: $2295

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Grizzly Bears of Toba Inlet

British Columbia

Accommodation & Relaxation | Culture & Heritage | Wildlife, Nature & Adventure

Toba Inlet has some of the best bear viewing tours in BC. From Klahoose Wilderness Resort we travel, past spectacular Toba Inlet waterfalls watching for marine life, before arriving at our dock in Toba Inlet. Our Klahoose guides will get you as close to the grizzly bears as possible, while viewing from our fixed bear viewing platforms, safely and respecting the natural habitat of the grizzly bears. Listen closely and you will you will hear their heavy breaths mingle with the rushing water - it is an exhilarating and truly amazing spectacle that only a select few will have the privilege of seeing. Bear Viewing Packages from late August to October from Klahoose Wilderness Resort are all inclusive 3 or 4 night package includes accommodation, all meals, Indigenous activities, tours and transfer from Lund, BC to Desolation Sound.

Offered by: Klahoose Wilderness Resort, Offered by: Klahoose Coastal Adventures

Starting Price: $2,895 per person

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Great Bear Rainforest Tour Package

British Columbia

Accommodation & Relaxation | Culture & Heritage | Wildlife, Nature & Adventure

World class wildlife tours in the Great Bear Rainforest offering a chance to see the rare Spirit Bear. Experience the feeding frenzy firsthand as bears, eagles, sea lions, and whales fill up on the Fall Salmon for the long winter ahead. We are only offering one package for 2022 as we are currently only planning to do a shortened season.

Offered by: Spirit Bear Lodge

Starting Price: $3920

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Fire Making and Wilderness Skills

Ontario

Culture & Heritage | Wildlife, Nature & Adventure

Fire played a vital role in the traditional lives of the Anishinaabek people. It is used for cooking, preparation of medicines, tool making, and ceremonies. These traditional uses continue to this day. Learn how to make fire with all-natural materials and with historic trade items, as well as other unique wilderness skills, such as navigating by the sun with a solar compass. You will leave with the skills to start your own fire and travel safely in the outdoors without modern conveniences.

Offered by: Cape Croker Park

Starting Price: $35-55

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Fall Colours Hiking Tour

Newfoundland & Labrador

Culture & Heritage | Wildlife, Nature & Adventure

The Gros Morne Fall Colours Hiking Tour features the perfect blend of adventure, culture and culinary in Gros Morne National Park with a sample of the best of the Humber Valley region in Western Newfoundland. Stand on the stunning viewpoint of Gros Morne Mountain with a view of the 10 Mile Pond Fjord, experience the Tablelands and walk on the Earth's mantle, cruise on a zodiac in a double-armed fjord and capture lifetime memories while looking at the red, orange and yellow hues in the Humber Valley. Seven days of exploration will take you from Norris Point, our base camp for 4 nights, to the new Hew & Draw Hotel in Corner Brook for 2 nights. We'll dine at the best restaurants, sample the local fare and finish with a brewery tour at Boomstick Brewing Co.

Offered by: Gros Morne Adventures

Starting Price: $2595

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Face n Eyes Cultural Tour

Newfoundland & Labrador

Culture & Heritage | Wildlife, Nature & Adventure

2.5-hour guided cultural tour - Storytelling of NL Traditions and Mi'Kmaq culture (hunting, fishing, foraging). Music and traditional Newfoundland snack. A Kitchen Party in the woods.

Offered by: Under the Stump

Starting Price: $150.00

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Elk Island Snowshoe Discovery Tour

Alberta

Culture & Heritage | Wildlife, Nature & Adventure

Your winter geo-adventure begins at the Moss Lake Trailhead, where the last glaciation deposited abundant rolling hills and meltwater depressions along with alternating boreal vegetation. This region of Elk Island National Park is perfect for beaver habitat, as well as getting the heart rate up while snowshoeing in the winter wonderland of this pristine region of central Alberta. Experience this special place where the buffalo still roam with a fresh blanket of snow is quite intimate and memorable during the slow season. Your journey ends with an indigenous sharing circle with some indigenous music, storytelling, and teachings around a cozy fire.

Offered by: Talking Rock Tours

Starting Price: $69

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Elk Island Discovery Tour

Alberta

Culture & Heritage | Wildlife, Nature & Adventure

Your geo-adventure begins at the Moss Lake Trailhead, where the last glaciation deposited abundant rolling hills and meltwater depressions along with alternating boreal vegetation. The tour begins with an interactive learning circle that showcases the local geology, the art of making stone tools, and fur trade related animal remains and pelts. The hike will showcase a pristine landscape along with plant and wildlife viewing while passing through a boreal forest, terraced beaver dams, and native grassland habitat. To top it off, you will also participate in a sharing circle with some indigenous music, storytelling, and teachings.

Offered by: Talking Rock Tours

Starting Price: $79

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