How Does Spending The Night In An Igloo Sound?

How Does Spending The Night In An Igloo Sound?

If you are a true nature lover at heart and can think of nothing being more exhilarating than spending your time surrounded by the snowy white chills of winter, then you should listen up.

Whether you are into snowboarding, backcountry or alpine skiing, sledding, snowshoeing or ice fishing, nothing is quite as novel as winding down your day by spending your nights camping out in a genuine Igloo!

This unique form of lodging is the perfect way to top off your trip to the snowy mountains of Quebec, Canada.

For more information, check out: Parqcs Quebec’s Sepaq Igloo Accommodations!

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”Spending the night in an igloo is a one-of-a-kind winter experience! Spend part of your evening under the starry sky, in front of the campfire, and then enjoy a good night’s sleep nestled in your sleeping bag. Igloos can hold 2-4 people. All necessary equipment is available for rent on-site.”

Now, what will the pleasure of such an experience cost you?  Would you believe that the prices start at only $24.25 (before taxes) per night, per person?  If you will be camping on the grounds of a national park, please factor in the price of admission too.

You can place your reservations now by calling 1-800-665-6527.

More info:

*  An outdoor fire pit with firewood is provided, and a pit toilet is located nearby.

* A minimum of 2 adults per igloo is required for safety purposes.

* Igloos may be scattered throughout the campground, or be more or less close to the activities and services available. They are accessible on foot, skis or by snowshoes.

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Renee King
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  • Andrea
    Posted at 13:14h, 15 April Reply

    OK, I’m Canadian and I’ve never slept in an igloo (despite what a lot of the world thinks LOL!) That looks so cool (both literally and figuratively!) I guess I need to go to Quebec in the winter sometime though, and this Vancouver girl does not like being that cold! (:
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  • Claire
    Posted at 01:20h, 02 June Reply

    This is an experience I’d love to have one day. Living in the tropical archipelago of the Philippines, the sun sometimes is too harsh on us that I’d want for something cooler. I’m just not sure if I’d be able to withstand staying in an igloo! Thanks for sharing this.
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  • Spencer
    Posted at 06:13h, 10 June Reply

    Not convinced myself. Give me a nice warm hotel room with satellite television any day of the week!
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  • Mark Justice
    Posted at 09:09h, 17 July Reply

    Wow, that actually sounds like fun, and that from a person who doesn’t like cold weather. I’m definitely used to South Dakota winters though. I still prefer my camping in a motor home in the summer.

  • Richard Thompson
    Posted at 13:55h, 21 August Reply

    I would definitely be up for trying this at least once in my life! It has to be so different from other types of camping, and of course, cooler. Also, it doesn’t hurt that it’s so much cheaper than a hotel!

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