Wikwemikong Tourism, on Manitoulin Island and in Killarney, Ontario, offers authentic Indigenous experiences that reflect the cultural lifestyles and traditions of the Anishinaabek people of the Three Fires Confederacy – Ojibwe, Odawa, and Pottawatomi. We welcome you into our rich history through our nature-based and culturally significant tourism experiences. Our local Anishinaabe Cultural Guides take you on meaningful journeys through time. You learn the legends of our people while exploring the lands and waters of Wiikwemkoong.
You can embark on a guided hike on the Bebamikawe Memorial Trail with scenic lookouts across the Georgian Bay coastline and through ancient forests. Our stories and the tales we share as we hike together will engage your imagination. With an added culinary experience you will forage for natural ingredients used in your selected choice of meal. These seasonal plants, combined with wild game, fish, birds and teas will refresh and replenish you after your journey. Traditional Anishinaabek food is prepared in an outdoor kitchen, over an open fire at the newly constructed Outdoor Culinary Space. You will enjoy hands-on pre-colonial cooking experiences led by our Anishinaabe chefs in authentic traditional ways.
You might paddle the night skies, or discover what lies beneath the surface of the pristine waters of Georgian Bay. Travel through time in our Unceded Journey, a transformational tour of the true history of Manitoulin Island.
As Manitoulin Island’s largest First Nation and an officially recognized Unceded Territory, we look forward to greeting you, Aanii.