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McTavish Island Teepees
High and Wild Adventures

Paddle to the Pow-Wow Ontario, Canada

Duration: 10 Days
Group Size: Min 6 - Max 10 persons


This is a rare opportunity to participate in a genuine pow-wow

Learn about traditional medicine, hunting and the old stories

Sleeping in tepees on McTavish Island, as loons call across the water


This is a rare opportunity to participate in a wilderness canoe journey along waterways, before joining the Ojibwe Indians as they celebrate their annual pow-wow. The Sagamok First Nation region, situated by the North Shore of Lake Huron, is riddled with endless rivers, streams, lakes and channels once used by the Canadian Voyageurs, whose birchbark canoes carried explorer, trader and trapper deep into the Canadian wilderness. Today the wilderness here is the same as it was in the days when Ojibway Indians hunted caribou here. Travelling in fully provisioned canoes, and guided by a native Ojibway Indian who will interpret the wilderness for us, we have a full week to explore this beautiful water world, before the climax at the pow-wow.

Group size: 6 - 10 people £1,585 p.p.
Prices exclude flights. Please refer to the ‘Final Price’ section in our booking conditions for further explanation.

For further information please contact us on +44(0)1749671777, or email