This is your one-stop shop to help you plan your travel, time and accommodation in Łı́ı́dlı̨ı̨ Kų́ę́ (Fort Simpson), including tours by Łı́ı́dlı̨ı̨ Kų́ę́ Tourism and our community partners.

Our local community tourism industry focuses on the sustainability of the environment and the culture. It is guided by traditional principles and values.

This platform features several tour operators and other tourism-related services available in our community. The leaders in our local tourism industry act like champions and are happy to support tourism development.

Our Land

Łı́ı́dlı̨ı̨ Kų́ę́ (Fort Simpson), “the place where the rivers come together” is a village on the Dehcho Region of Canada’s Northwest Territories. The community is located on an island where the Dehcho (Mackenzie River) and the Nácháh Dehé (Liard River) meet.

Our Place

Łı́ı́dlı̨ı̨ Kų́ę́ First Nation is excited to present our brand-new traditional camp that will be able to accommodate up to 20 overnight guests. 10 guests are welcome to stay in our traditional tents and space is available for modern tents to camp on-site too. Each traditional tent is a 10’ x 12’ McPherson tent made from canvas with a wood stove that will keep you warm throughout the seasons.

Live in the traditional way with our local indigenous guides who can provide you with all the amenities you need. Located at the ski hill, you can camp like our ancestors did when they visited the island. Just a short walk away from all the local tourist attractions and local hot spots, but surrounded by nature.

Visiting the Tourism Center is the perfect activity for large groups, families and couples.

The Tourism Center is happy to serve tourists and groups starting Fall 2023! 

Our People

Łı́ı́dlı̨ı̨ Kų́ę́ First Nation is committed to celebrating and revitalizing our culture in a way that bridges the gap between generations. This is emphasized in all our activities and is part of all our tourism experiences. We are happy to partner with and support Łı́ı́dlı̨ı̨ Kų́ę́ First Nation member-owned tourism businesses Tah-Chay Adventures and K’iyeli Tourism Services

We live with nature and we have our own ways of gathering and harvesting the wildlife on our land. Fishing and hunting are allowed under Government of the Northwest Territories regulations. However, if you are looking to hunt or trap in the Dehcho region the proper protocol is to talk with the local band about your intentions before you go hunting here.