Parks Canada Seeks Providers of Innovative and Sustainable Visitor Experiences at Fathom Five National Marine Park

From: Parks Canada
Flowerpot Island, Fathom Five National Marine Park Credit: Parks Canada

December 18, 2020 Tobermory, Ontario Parks Canada Agency

Parks Canada is pleased to be working in partnership with the Saugeen Ojibway Nation, the Municipality of Northern Bruce Peninsula, and regional tourism organizations to build a sustainable tourism industry on the northern Bruce Peninsula.

Fathom Five National Marine Park, located in the traditional territory of the Saugeen Ojibway Nation, is seeking businesses interested in establishing new and innovative tourism experiences within the marine park. Fathom Five is known for its clear water, numerous shipwrecks, and the iconic Flowerpot Island.

Parks Canada is offering four (4) specific opportunities for businesses to provide

  • Small volume, immersive, visitor experiences and activities on Flowerpot Island;
  • Medium volume shuttle service and guided tours to Flowerpot Island;
  • Large volume shuttle service to Flowerpot Island, and;
  • Small to large volume Big Tub Harbour educational boat tour service.

Submissions must be received by noon EST on Wednesday April 28, 2021.

This is a unique opportunity for businesses interested in providing creative and sustainable experiences to visitors to this world class destination at the northern tip of Ontario’s Bruce Peninsula. The region is rich in culture and heritage that include lighthouses, natural caves, diverse fauna, and incredible night sky views.

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