Sila Lodge Limited

Address: Wager Bay
Baker Lake, NU X0C 0A0

Mailling Address: P.O. Box 40063
Nairn RPO
Winnipeg, MB R2L 2G2

Phone: (204) 949-2050

Toll Free: 1(800) 663-9832

Fax: (204) 663-6375

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Sila Lodge Limited

Sila Lodge, located on Wager Bay 50 miles south of the Arctic
Circle, its guests to experience the wilderness through its
interpretive wildlife and nature tours. Wager Bay is located in
the heart of Inuites Nunavut. As a result, travellers are able
to enjoy the natural beauty of the north, as well as an abundance
of Arctic land and sea mammals and birds. Wager Bay is reputed
to be the best area in the world to observe polar bears in their
natural summer habitat. The knowledgeable Inuit guides provide
educations interpretation of the area.

The naturals lodge is comfortable. It is composed of five guest
cabins, each with three bedrooms, washrooms facilities, and a
living room area. The main lodge has showers, a lounge, a
kitchen, and dining room. Home-cooked meals often feature
Aboriginal northern delicacies such as Arctic Char. Sila Lodge
operates from early July to late August. Colour brochures as well
as detailed information is available upon request form the
business office, located in Winnipeg, Manitoba.

Time at the lodge is split between time on the boats from where
we do bear watching and visit other parts of the Bay and hiking
the land. Excellent photo opportunities.

Company Details

Year Established: 1988

Number of Employees: 6

Company Information

Lynda Gunter
Title: Manager
Area of Responsibility: Domestic Sales & Marketing
Telephone: (204) 949-2050
Fax: (204) 663-6375
Email: Click Here



Wildlife Viewing Facility Sila Lodge Limited Sila Lodge is a wildlife viewing facility situated 50 miles South of the Arctic Circle in the new Territory if Nunavut. Boat tours to see and photograph bears, hiking, archaeological sites, history and culture. Sila Lodge is owned and operated by Inuit Partners. The lodge offers wildlife viewing and photo tours, including history and culture. Member of Nunavut Tourism.