Sleepover in an Iroquois Longhouse

A unique cultural and natural experience!

 

Do you want to live an extraordinary experience? Do you dream of a First Nations’ cultural immersion? Only 75 km from Montreal, CISA / Droulers Tsiionhiakwatha invites you to spend a night in an authentic Iroquois longhouse with family and friends.

 

Accompanied by professional guides, the activity includes 2 workshops and a visit to the interpretation center, a dinner of native cuisine, a sleepover inside a longhouse, animation and breakfast.

 

The reconstitution of an Iroquoian village is a significant project that began in Saint-Anicet. This unique site tells a gives an accurate portrait of representation of history and the lifestyle of the Iroquois people. You will live an unforgettable experience with our activities, collection of artefacts, entertainment and workshops!

 

Day 1
3:00 pm: Arrival
3:15 to 4:45: Visit of the Iroquoian village
5:00: 1st workshop (1 hour)
6:30: Installation of beds, food sampling and Iroquoian dinner
8:00: Tales and legends

 

Day 2
7:15 am: Breakfast
8:00: Workshop #2
10:00: Departure

 

Available workshops: flint knapping, traditional campfire building, bow and arrow game, lacrosse match, pottery making and more!

Material needed for activity
Sleeping bag and pillow
Camping mat
Warm clothes and / or waterproof
Rubber boots
Mosquito Repellent
Hat

 

 

Rates
75$/person for school groups or day camps
100$ adults, 50$ children (family rate)

 

Contact us for information or reservation.