An interactive experience offering teas of the land where visitors enjoy picking, boiling and tasting tea that is all natural.
Sample traditional foods harvested from the lands of Manitoulin – an interactive experience where you make bannock over an open fire!
A walking tour where visitors experience art galleries, heritage museums and various gift shops!
Participants are guided through different areas of the outdoors while being shown a variety of different plant, tree, herbs, and shrubs with medicinal, practical, edible or spiritual uses.
For those people who love to paddle, connect with the spirit of water and enjoy picturesque sunsets and sunrises on the calm of the lake.
Site upon a 280 ft high bluff with a 180 degree panoramic view overlooking the “Island of the Great Spirit”. This one’s for the outdoor adventure enthusiasts.
Experience the majestic scenery of central Manitoulin on horseback while you learn about legends of the land through your Anishinaabe guide. Rides include bannock & tea!
Embark on an interpretive hike through the Bebamikawe Memorial Trail that leads to stunning views along the Niagara Escarpment.
Paddle the canoe route of our Ancestors and experience the history of the Wikwemikong fishing islands.
A fantastic horseback adventure through beautiful and varied terrain, this adventure is a great way to spend time in the Manitoulin wilderness.
Our Specialty Experiences include a variety of hands-on experiences, teachings, and/or workshops based on the time of season. Please call ahead.
Enlighten your senses and open your mind to learning with these interactive craft making workshops. Learn the history and craftsmanship of making a traditional Ojibwe craft
A traditional song and drum experience of your choice. We’ve got something for everyone from beginners to intermediate and to the experienced hand drum singer.
Indoors or out, night or day, engage in stories of the Anishinaabek people… an activity enjoyed by all.
An overnight stay at the beautiful Manitoulin Hotel and Conference Centre and a guided hike of the Cup and Saucer. Meals included breakfast and dinner for two people.