Revitalize Your Spirit

Tours

Wikwemikong Tourism offers guided nature based and cultural tourism experiences for schools and groups on Manitoulin Island and Killarney Region. Programs range from soft adventure to wilderness eco-adventures and educational interpretive tours. Our Cultural experiences can be packaged with North Channel Cruises from Manitoulin Island to Killarney with overnight stays and programming at the Killarney Mountain Lodge and Canada House Conference Center. We also offer select dates for Nature heritage education programs in partnership with the Killarney Provincial Park. Tours are available June through to October.

Our Story, Through Our Lens

Our Story, Through Our Lens

Authentic Indigenous Experiences

Authentic Indigenous Experiences

Programs range from soft adventure to wilderness eco-adventures and educational interpretive tours.

Programs range from soft adventure to wilderness eco-adventures and educational interpretive tours.

Authentic Indigenous Experiences are available for families and groups on select dates throughout the summer season. We offer cultural experience packages that engage your senses while teaching about the history and the Indigenous connection to the land and water. Tours are available June through to October by reservation for families and groups.

To book a tour or for more information please use the contact form on this page or contact Wikwemikong Tourism Monday to Friday 8-4 pm at 705-859-3477.


Amik-Zii-Bi Guided Hike

Amik-Zii-Bi Guided Hike

Join others on the only Indigenous lead guided hike in the area, through the 3km loop on our Amik Ziibi Interpretive trail. Shift from an everyday hike to find yourself inspired by the many uses of plants and trees that you would encounter on any other day.

Join others on the only Indigenous lead guided hike in the area, through the 3km loop on our Amik Ziibi Interpretive trail. Shift from an everyday hike to find yourself inspired by the many uses of plants and trees that you would encounter on any other day.

Your Anishnaabe guide will share centuries old knowledge of plants, their edibility, and healing properties. You will connect with nature by learning about the traditional uses and sciences behind the teachings. Enjoy stunning vistas, hear the history of Point Grondine, and take home a new found appreciation for Anishinaabe Culture. Dates and spaces are limited so book today!

Duration: 3 hours (3km)

Difficulty: Moderate

Cost: $75 pp $65 student/elder

Minimum (4) Maximum (20)

Dates: July 12th and 13th, Aug 9th , 2022

Departs: 10am (arrive 15mins early to complete waiver form)

Includes: parking, 2 guides, trail snack (based on availability)

Bring: lots of water, snack, bug spray, and dress appropriately for the outdoors, proper closed-toe footwear required (athletic/hiking shoes)

*tour is not suitable for toddler-aged children


Paddle the Park

Paddle the Park

Get a glimpse of the backcountry as you paddle your way through ancestral waterways used by the Anishinaabe through the ages.

Get a glimpse of the backcountry as you paddle your way through ancestral waterways used by the Anishinaabe through the ages.

Glide along Mahzenazing Lake while keeping an eye out for signs of wildlife and enjoy a shoreline lunch at Wemtagoosh Falls. Your Anishinaabe guides will share stories and our history that connects us to the land. Disconnect from the modern world for an afternoon and revitalize your spirit to recharge, reconnect, and renew your appreciation for the world around you. Dates and spaces are limited so book today!

Duration: 5-6 hours (depending on paddlers’ experience)

Beginner/inexperienced paddlers welcome

Cost: $120pp $100 student/elder

Minimum (4) Maximum (8)

Dates: Aug 10th

Departs: 10am (arrive 15mins early to complete waiver form)

Includes: parking, 2 guides, canoes and equipment, personal floatation devices, canoe school, lunch

*tour is not suitable for toddler-aged children


Motor Coach Tours

Motor Coach Tours

Immerse yourself in Indigenous culture while visiting many attractions in the Killarney region.

Immerse yourself in Indigenous culture while visiting many attractions in the Killarney region.

Includes a dedicated step-on guide who acts as your host and contact for the duration of your stay.

Includes a dedicated step-on guide who acts as your host and contact for the duration of your stay.

Our motor coach tours are perfect for visitors wishing to immerse in Indigenous culture while visiting many attractions in the Killarney region including: overnight stays combined with Killarney Mountain Lodge and Canada House Conference Center, Nature heritage education programming with Killarney Provincial Park and tours of Georgian Bay. The Park offers guided hikes on the Amik Ziibing Interpretive trail and Indigenous Drum and Song presentations. Ask about our Manitoulin Island-Killarney itineraries that connect via scenic North Channel cruise. All motor coach tours include a dedicated step-on guide who acts as your host and contact for the duration of your stay.

To book a tour or for more information please use the contact form on this page or contact Wikwemikong Tourism Monday to Friday 8-4 pm at 705-859-3477.


Schools and Special Interest Groups

Schools and Special Interest Groups

Take part in our school group tours to embark on an educational experience with Wikwemikong Tourism.

Take part in our school group tours to embark on an educational experience with Wikwemikong Tourism.

Our itineraries provide students educational and engagement opportunities to learn about Anishinaabek culture, history, and lifestyles.

Our itineraries provide students educational and engagement opportunities to learn about Anishinaabek culture, history, and lifestyles.

We invite you to takepart in our school group tours to embark on an educational experience with Wikwemikong Tourism. We offer customizable itineraries for school groups with options between one and multi-day programs to accommodate your time frame and financial capacities. All group tours include a dedicated step-on guide who acts as your host and contact for the duration of your stay. Programs can be packaged with overnight stays at the Killarney Mountain Lodge and Canada House Conference Center and Nature heritage education programming with the Killarney Provincial Park.

Our itineraries provide students educational and engagement opportunities to learn about Anishinaabek culture, history, and lifestyles. More importantly, as we move forward in this time of reconciliation, our programs allow students to learn about the impacts of residential schools, treaty relationships and Anishinaabek culture directly from Indigenous knowledge keepers. Our educational experiences are facilitated and designed by Indigenous academics and knowledge keepers that provide a balanced perspective while ensuring the best possible learning experience.

To book a tour or for more information please use the contact form on this page or contact Wikwemikong Tourism Monday to Friday 8-4 pm at 705-859-3477.


Discover Our Rich Indigenous Culture

Discover Our Rich Indigenous Culture

The Park offers guided nature based and cultural tourism experiences for schools, groups and families. Programs range from soft adventure to wilderness eco-adventures, and nature heritage education programs in partnership with the Killarney Provincial Park.