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A bison in a field in the Yukon


Where beauty runs wild

Find inspiration in the wide-open spaces of the Yukon. Iconic wilderness parks and a dynamic First Nations culture draw you in, as you canoe mighty rivers, pan for gold in the Klondike, and dance under the midnight sun. In this territory, one thing is certain: adventure will be your guide.

Here, a quarter of the population are Indigenous Peoples — including 14 First Nations and eight language groups. The Kwanlin Dün First Nation. The Kluane First Nation. The Tagish First Nation. Their ancestors have called this vast region home for more than 12,000 years, and they have remarkable stories and experiences to share.   

Be captivated by these vibrant cultures through visits to cultural centres or museums like the Kwanlin Dün Cultural Centre. Enjoy traditional dance, storytelling and art at a festival like the Adäka Cultural Festival. Embark on a fishing tour with a local Indigenous guide who has generations of knowledge to share. No visit to the Yukon is complete without taking the time to gain a deeper understanding of its very first residents.


A skater on a frozen Yukon lake

Whitehorse (otherwise known as the Wilderness City) has long been a beacon in the far north, from prospectors in the bygone gold rush era to modern-day treasure hunters searching for the northern lights and a jackpot of natural wonder.


Don’t miss the iconic spots and hidden gems. No matter where you go in the Yukon, there are amazing itinerary ideas for you to explore.

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Yukon Aurora Borealis Experience  External Link Title

From CAD 2,772 per person

7 days, 6 nights

Experience the breathtaking Aurora Borealis on a winter holiday designed to delight and inspire. Far from the hustle and bustle of city lights lies the Northern Lights Resort & Spa, one of the top locations in the Yukon to view the elusive Northern Lights. Enjoy daily winter activities such as snowshoeing and dogsledding before enjoying gourmet dinners, then it’s on to evening Aurora viewings from the outdoor Jacuzzi or deck. You’ll have a front-row seat to nature’s most spectacular show!

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Northern Lights & Huskies  External Link Title

From CAD 699 per person (double occupancy)

3 days / 2 nights

If you love dogs, the outdoors and always dreamed of seeing the Northern Lights this is the trip for you! Rustic and cozy accommodation, delicious home cooked meals, fun activities and a chance to see the aurora....all without leaving the comfort of the lodge.

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Aurora Borealis Adventure  External Link Title

From CAD 685 per person

4 days / 3 nights

The magic of the Yukon comes to life on this 4-day northern adventure. Spend your days exploring Whitehorse with optional daytime adventures. You’ll have three changes to view the Northern Lights at night from an outdoor platform with an unobstructed view and a hot drink.