Choose Your Own Adventure

Kaskattama Safari Adventures

If you’re ready for an outdoor adventure like no other, Great White North Lodges has you covered. Since 1994, they have helped outdoor enthusiasts tap into their wild side at their three remote, American-Plan, fly-in lodges. Each retreat is located in a different Canadian province and offers a range of unique experiences. So the only question is ‘what adventure speaks to you?’

Located on the Hudson Bay Coast in northern Manitoba, Kaskattama Safari Adventures offers its guests an unforgettable experience in the great outdoors. The scenery is unique with the ecosystems metamorphosing from tundra to taiga to boreal forest — all within several miles of the Hudson Bay Coast. In addition to waterfowl hunting, nature-viewing opportunities abound. Polar bears, black bears, wolves, fox, wolverine, moose, woodland caribou, as well as raptors and shore birds, call the Kaskattama River delta their home during the summer and fall. In addition, the nightly display of the Aurora Borealis is truly awe-inspiring.

Wollaston Lake’s Minor Bay Lodge & Outpost

At Wollaston Lake’s Minor Bay Lodge & Outpost in Saskatchewan personalized guest services, attention to detail, and an exceptional trophy pike fishery come together to offer a one-of-a-kind wilderness adventure. Here, you can experience the ultimate thrill of catching and releasing “Monster Pike” in a pristine natural environment. Besides incomparable pike fishing, guests have the opportunity to angle for lake trout, walleye, and Arctic grayling.

Slippery Winds Wilderness Lodge

Conveniently located just 38 air miles from the U.S. border, Slippery Winds Wilderness Lodge is a hidden jewel nestled on Yoke Lake in Northwestern Ontario. With access to six lakes and six species of sportfish via boat or short portage, guests will enjoy angling for largemouth and smallmouth bass, lake trout, muskie, pike, and walleye in an untouched wilderness setting.

Plan your escape today at greatwhitenorthlodges.com.

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