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Why Famous
  • In Northwest Territories the famous Nahnanni National Park is a beautiful mountain reserve.
  • In summer there are nearly 24 hours of daylight.
  • In Northwest Territories there are several archaeological sites including Auvalik which existed over 3000 years ago.


Facts Destination
  • The present-day territory was created in June 1870, when the Hudson\'s Bay Company transferred Rupert\'s Land and North-Western Territory to the government of Canada.
  • The Northwest Territories is a federal territory of Canada.
  • Located in northern Canada, the territory borders Canada\'s two other territories, Yukon to the west and Nunavut to the east, and three provinces: British Columbia to the southwest, Alberta and Saskatchewan to the south.


Area Info
  • Total area is 1,346,106 km2 (519,734 sq mi).
  • The highest point is Mount Nirvana near the border with Yukon at an elevation of 2,773 metres (9,098 ft).


Why Visit
  • There is a new national park at Tuktut Nogait, which is a haven for wildlife including caribou, muskoxen and birds of prey.
  • In spring here the edge of the ice flow and various activities in the snow also attracts people.
  • In Northwest Territories people can enjoy and try canoeing, hiking, snowmobiling and dog sledding.


Best Time
  • Anytime is a good time to visit the Northwest Territories.
  • Fort McPherson Water Aerodrome, Fort Providence Water Aerodrome and Hay River/Brabant Lodge Water Aerodrome are three default airports.
  • Three highways link our northern communities to Yukon, British Columbia and Albarta.
  • Main bus services Mackenzie Highway and seasonal bus services on the Dempster highway.


  • The centre’s permanent collection of works of art, archaeological artifacts, and natural specimens has become an important tourist attraction.
  • The Prince of Wales Northern Heritage Centre in Yellowknife is dedicated to preserving the culture and heritage of the people of the territories.