Each year several tour operators and canoe groups come through Tulita along their way down the MacKenzie River. Tulita now offers several options for starting and finishing river expeditions in Tulita, as well as accommodation options.
Guided wilderness canoeing, sea-kayaking and hiking adventures. Nahanni, Natla-Keele, Mountain, Coppermine, Hood Rivers. Photography, wilderness camping. Fully qualified guides, outfitted with top quality expedition equipment. Great wilderness!
Since 1987, we have been offering guided canoe trips and hiking expeditions, logistical support and rentals for self-guided clients accessed through Norman Wells in the Sahtu Region of the Northwest Territories including the Redstone, Natla, Keele, Mountain, Bonnet Plume, Snake, Horton and Great Bear Rivers, the Canol Heritage Trail, and Mackenzie Mountain Hiking. We have a Lodge B&B and Outfitting centre located at the float plane base on DOT Lake. Let the adventure begin....
For over 30 years we have delivered guided natural history/wilderness adventures by canoe and raft. Our qualified and friendly guides are authorities on the Nahanni, Cirque of the Unclimbables and we maintain a low ratio of guides to guests.
Sahtu Adventure offers custom and packaged tours of the Sahtu region, including Tulita, from Norman Wells.
Specifically, they offer two packages they will bring you to Tulita. For starters, they offer a boat tour along the Mackenzie River from Norman Wells to Tulita, where you can explore Tulita for up to 2-hours. Or you can take a hiking tour to Bear Rock across the Bear River from Tulita and learn about Yamouria. They also offer rentals of prospector canoes, canoes, paddle boards and kayaks.
Since 2012, True Patriot Love has produced ambitious expeditions around the world, which have directly impacted the lives of 59 Canadian Armed Forces members and engaged 85 influential Canadian business leaders. These expeditions have raised an incredible $7 million in funding for Veterans’ transition. Funds raised have allowed for enhanced job training and recruitment, provided 144 Veterans with rapid job placement, helped to fund more than 9,800 hours of peer-to-peer mental health counselling, and allowed for a $500,000 investment to create a virtual reality therapy program for Veterans living with PTSD which has been implemented across the country.