Killarney lodge offers new Indigenous-inspired tour package

Two canoeists enjoy a sunset paddle on George Lake in the Killarney area. mary katherine keown/the sudbury star

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This September, Killarney Mountain Lodge is partnering with Wikwemikong Tourism and Point Grandine Park to offer a new guest experience that combines hard adventure with luxury amenities.

The new multi-day package will allow guests to enjoy the natural beauty of the Killarney region and gain a new perspective on Indigenous culture through the lens of the Anishinaabek people.

“Wikwemikong Tourism provides all of the necessities for a safe and enjoyable stay at Point Grondine Park, one of Ontario’s newest recreational parks,” notes the lodge’s General Manager, Kelly McAree.

“This is a natural history lesson with dedicated tour guides leading guests through pristine lands and waterways while retracing the ancient canoe routes of the local Indigenous people.”

Guests will paddle their way into the interior of Point Grondine Park where guides will prepare Indigenous-inspired meals prepared with wild game or fish followed by storytelling under the night sky where you can learn about Indigenous astronomy and constellations.

Complete your stay at the Covered Portage at the Killarney Mountain Lodge where you have access to casual to fine dining and liver entertainment.

The package also includes an evening on the water with a Georgian Bay Sunset Cruise.

Starting price is $1,570 per person.

The duration of the experience is two nights, and the activity level will be moderate to advanced as guests take part in paddling and back country camping.

For itinerary and details, guests can contact Wikwemikong Tourism at 1-844-945-8687 or info@wiikwemkoong.ca or visit grondinepark.com or killarney.com.

 

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