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Tente prospecteur

Max. 4 people per unit
Accommodation, Eco-friendly, Family friendly
Accommodation description
Long before the arrival of Europeans, the Atikamekw nation lived in wooden dwellings, covered with birch bark and animal skins. Over time, this evolved and now tent canvas is used, due to its ease of transport. Even today, it is frequently used for hunting and fishing, but also for certain cultural activities.

Able to accommodate up to 4 people, our prospector tent invites you to travel in the past and relive the experience of the Atikamekw. It contains a 54 inch mattress, two 32 inch mattresses, a wood heater and a small propane stove.
Accommodation type
Facilities at the listing
    Safety amenities
    • No smoke detector
    • No first aid kit
    • No safety box
    • No carbon monoxide detector
    • No fire extinguisher

    About the place and area

    Description of my place and location
    Domaine Notcimik is above all a family estate, entirely devoted to the Atikamekw culture. In a spirit of truth and reconciliation, our mission is to offer quality outdoor accommodation services, by creating a living space linked to our culture, that of the Atikamekw nation.
    However long you stay with us, rest assured that you will feel right at home, in the heart of our ancestral Mauricie forest.
    Since the creation of Domaine Notcimik in 2016, our goal has been to offer our customers exceptional and memorable stays. For this, we offer an atypical camping and accommodation offer, but also many outdoor and cultural activities, around Aboriginal culture and mainly the Atikamekw nation.
    Members of Quebec Native Tourism and the Native Tourism Association of Canada, we offer you an authentic encounter with the Atikamekw nation through our activities. Our partners and employees are mostly from the Atikamekw nation and are committed to sharing their history and culture with you to offer you a unique cultural experience.
    Facilities at your place


      Activities nearby
      Canoeing and kayaking
      Speedbike by Andreas Rondahl
      Fishing by Vectorstal
      National parks
      Stand up paddling
      Wildlife watching


      Booking rules
      • Check-in
        To be agreed on
      • Check-out
        To be agreed on
      • Arrival allowed on
        Monday to Sunday
      • Departure allowed on
        Monday to Sunday
      • Pets allowed
      • No events & parties allowed
      • Wheelchair by Gregor CresnarNot wheelchair accessible


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