Snowdrift Vacation Packages
Vacationing in just one place, no matter how popular, will only ever furnish you with a narrow glimpse into the broader qualities of a region. So allow time to explore Northwest Territories' other cultural and natural attractions.
Experience the region's rich cultural makeup within Northwest Territories' excellent history museums. Tourists to Northwest Territories often go to the area's open-air exhibits.
Joining one of the guided nature walks and wildlife spotting tours is a really useful way to gain a deeper understanding of Northwest Territories. With life so busy, the perfect vacation often means making time to relax. When it's time to kick back, follow the lead of the locals and try shore fishing or bird watching.
Be aware, if you plan to be in the region around the 1st of July, Canada Day will be celebrated then and banks, business and some attractions may not be open.
For those who plan on traveling by plane, take into account that the handiest major airport is Yellowknife Airport, 120 miles (193 kilometers) to the west of Snowdrift.