3 Night Tour Itinerary

Northern Lights of the Yukon

Witness the breath taking natural phenomenon of the Northern Lights

These remote territories are vast and unchanged over the course of time - home to magic skies and to wild places that are still wild. Although secluded, there is still much to explore, whether viewing the abundant wildlife, soaking up the vibrant culture and rich heritage, or simply experiencing the magnificent midnight sun and phenomenal Northern Lights. 

Being so close to Canada’s Arctic Circle means that the best attraction of these territories, without a doubt, is the stunning Northern Lights or Aurora Borealis. With some of the longest seasons available for viewing – from August to April, Yukon boasts incredible un-obscured views of the mesmerizing skies as they burst with a magnificent kaleidoscope of neon colours.

Selected departure dates are available between August and April.

Our Experts Recommend:
  • Sit back and relax in your cozy cabin or walled tent and enjoy the evening entertainment - the Aurora Borealis
  • Discover the town of Whitehorse - from the Log Skyscraper to Schwatka Lake
  • Head to the Yukon Wildlife Preserve and gazes upon an array of Canada's finest wildlife
  • Gather round a roaring fire and toast marshmellows throughout your northern light viewings

Sample Itinerary Summary

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Duration
4 days
Options
Group basis, Escorted

Itinerary Breakdown

Upon arriving into Whitehorse, check in with your tour director before enjoy the rest of the day at leisure. Unwind and relax while gearing up for first evening viewing of the Aurora Borealis. Commonly known as the Northern Lights, the Aurora Borealis is a spectacle of Magnetic and electrical charges in the air, colouring the sky a multitude of majestic tones. Sit back in your cosy heated cabin or walled tent and enjoy the spectacle overhead. 

Today you will have the opportunity to explore the scenic city of Whitehorse. Discover the town’s highlights that include the Main Street, the Log Skyscraper, the Log Church and Schwatka Lake. Following a full day of exploration, time to head out again to witness the incredible Aurora Borealis. Gather round a roaring bonfire and roast marshmallows and converse with your fellow adventurers.

Head to the Yukon Wildlife Preserve to gaze upon Canada’s famous wildlife in its natural habitat. Dall sheep, bighorn sheep, wood bison, musk-ox, moose and even lynx can all be seen. Head back to the hotel and prepare for another night witnesses the great Aurora Borealis. 

Today your northern experience comes to an end as you check out of your hotel with fantastic memories, and jaw dropping photographs.