1 Yellowknife Airport
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The city of Yellowknife is the capital of the Northwest Territory and is also the largest city in the area. If you are visiting Yellowknife in the winter then a trip to the Snowking Winter Festival is a must as you will have the chance to see a snow castle of Great Slave Lake just to the south of the city. Car hire in Yellowknife Airport lets you travel around the region taking in all there is to offer. Take a trip to Capital Area Park where the children can let off some steam while you relax or walk around the park before stopping off for a picnic.
Renting a car in Yellowknife Airport gives you the chance to head to the Prince of Wales Northern Heritage Centre which houses a large collection of objects that represent the people of the Northwestern Territories. These exhibitions explain all about the lives of the people that lived in the area, as well as telling stories about the history of the region. After a busy day drive the short distance into the central business district and eat out at The Wildcat Café. The Café, which is housed in a log cabin, is said to be the oldest restaurant in Yellowknife.
Hiring a car in Yellowknife Airport lets you freely discover this area rich in culture. Take a drive out to Great Slave Lake which is the second largest lake in Canada and the 1th largest in the world. There are many things to see and do here, why not try your hand at sport fishing and see if you can catch some Lake Trout, go for a hike along one of the trails, go skiing, or if you prefer a more leisurely pace then try and spot some of the wildlife like moose or bison.
With a wide range of travellers passing through our locations every day, we've got a wide range of vehicles on offer to suit your needs - from smart executive saloons to compact family hatchbacks. ***
***Specific cars may not be available when booking