Nueltin Fly-In Lodges - A Unique Opportunity!
Nueltin operates exclusively on over 14,000 square miles (9 million+ acres!)of pure sub-Arctic wilderness. Perhaps the largest tourism resource allocation in Canada this pristine wilderness property has not been on the market for over a quarter century. Featuring private deeded land (including a 5,200 ft. runway) in the middle of one of Canada’s newest Provincial Parks on the border of Manitoba and Nunavut!
Canada’s largest Lake Trout, Northern Pike and Arctic Grayling are found on “Canada’s Original Catch and Release Lake since 1978”! The fishing and hunting are unparalleled. Two Barren Ground Caribou herds migrate directly through this territory. The Qamanirjiauq & Beverly herds are the last remaining large Herds of Caribou left in Canada & Nueltin Lake area has been their traditional migration routes for thousands of years. Massive Moose and Black Bear complete this hunting experience!
Elite clientele enjoy first class accommodation at two luxurious lodges, 3 mini-lodges and 9 outpost camps. Luxurious lodges feature private bath, modern facilities, A/V equipment, satellite phones, television, high-speed wireless Internet and warm fireplaces along with top shelf complimentary bar. An additional 12 sites throughout this massive territory offer day fly outs for those seeking unrivaled adventure! Aircraft and freight forwarding facilities at the end of the nearest road are included in this opportunity.
Fly direct from Winnipeg to the private Airstrip on South Nueltin. Experienced staff provides first class service. This turnkey operation has proven itself as a revenue-generating machine for over 25 years! Nueltin offers extensive opportunities for sustainable expansion. Confidentiality agreement required.
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