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Hydros Adventures
(928) 310-8141
814 N 4th
Cottonwood, AZ
Haunted Tours LLC
(928) 634-0452
PO Box 3292
Cottonwood, AZ
Retreat and Heal
(928) 282-5237
460 Harmony
Sedona, AZ
Center for the New Age Inc
(928) 282-2085
341 State Route 179
Sedona, AZ
Alcantara Vineyard & Winery
(928) 649-8463
7500 E Alcantara
Sedona, AZ
Sedona KI Meditation Tours
(928) 649-1386
685 Bill Gray
Cottonwood, AZ
Verde Canyon Railroad
(623) 374-3185
300 N. Broadway
Clarkdale, AZ
Crossing Worlds NativeNature Journeys
(928) 282-0846
PO Box 3288
Sedona, AZ
Equinature USA LLC
(928) 300-8303
1340 S Mountain View
Cornville, AZ
Sedona Sacred Journeys - Gregory Drambour
(928) 274-2427
2675 W State Route
Sedona, AZ

Northwest Territories/Nunavut

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When you think about the Northwest Territories/Nunavut, do you imagine waterfalls, moose hair crafts and free-roaming bison? Well, you should, considering that’s where this gas-tank friendly tour takes us. Oh, and did we mention the real Tlicho tipis, world-class fishing, sparkling diamonds, and radiant views of the Aurora Borealis?

Enterprise is the first town you come across as you enter the Northwest Territory on Hwy 1. Shop for supplies and take a short side trip to thundering Alexandra Falls in Twin Falls Gorge Territorial Park. Continue on Hwy 1 north past Kakisa and pick up Hwy 3, Yellowknife Hwy, traveling north and then east. Fort Providence is the place to buy north woods crafts designed with genuine moosehair tufting. Phew, now you can cross that off on your shopping list. Go on a sightseeing or fishing cruise on the Mackenzie River and see a 2,000-strong herd on the range at the bison sanctuary just north of town. On the shores of Great Slave Lake at Behchoko, stop for a bite to eat at the town restaurant, see traditional tipi lodges, and visit the headquarters and largest community of the new Tlicho Self Government.

In the town of Yellowknife, a.k.a., “Diamond Capital of North America” and capital of the Northwest Territories, tour the dome-shaped legislative building. Stroll or ride a bike around Old Town, order a tasty meal at the circa 1930 log-construction Wildcat Café, and play 18 holes at Yellowknife’s sandy course. See an authentic moose hide boat, amo...

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