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Best Value Aurora Viewing | Wildlife & Hot Springs

Activity:Northernlights Activity:Hot Springs Activity:Wildlife Viewing Activity:Sightseeing Tour Duration: 4 days  |  Tour Price: CAD 765.00/person Convert Currency  |  Tour Season: Nov 15 - Apr 15

Amazing Aurora Borealis in the best location, the Yukon’s capital, Whitehorse; surrounded by endless mountains, abundance of wildlife and the colorful northern charm. Discover the rich history, the vibrant art scene, the unique food and the relaxed atmosphere of Canada’s North during a city tour in Whitehorse. You will visit the Yukon Wildlife Preserve where you’ll have the opportunity to view and photograph wildlife in its natural habitat. Let’s relax in the southing warm water of the Takhini Hotsprings. During the next day you will have more options for sightseeing, shopping and touring in and around the capital.
In the evenings, you’ll travel just outside the city centre, but far enough from the city lights to the exclusive Northern Lights viewing location, the AuroraCentre. The Aurora Viewing tours will feature relaxing Northern Lights viewing beside a cozy wood stove or roaring campfire, the perfect way to enjoy your relaxed vacation. Your guide will give you insider tips on how to take photos of the colorful display in the night sky so you can cherish your unforgettable experiences of the North.


Day 1: Arrival Whitehorse
Transfer to your hotel located in the heart of the city, not far from the banks of the Yukon River. Whitehorse is small and easy to explore on foot or by vehicle. Later in the evening we set out to the AuroraCentre where we’ll seek the sight of northern lights. Overnight Hotel in Whitehorse.
Day 2: Wildlife Viewing, Hot Springs & Northernlights Viewing at the AuroraCentre
In the late morning you will discover the sights of Whitehorse, historic and yet trendy, on a city tour with character. Visit the SS Klondike National Historic Site; among the last of the great paddlewheelers that plied the Yukon River system until the 1950’s, the Old Log Church; the oldest building in Whitehorse, the unique Log Cabin Skyscraper; a three story tower made completely out of logs. And when you’ve seen all these top sites, Main Street is perfect for strolling and shopping with its shops galleries and café’s. In the afternoon visit the Yukon Wildlife Preserve for close views of many of the Yukon’s large mammal species including elk, moose, mule deer, caribou, Dall’s sheep, mountain goats, bison and even the musk-ox of the high Arctic, all in their natural surroundings. Not far from the preserve is Takhini Hotsprings where you can indulge yourself in the natural hotsprings and relax in a breathtaking winter mountain setting. After a relaxed dinner at one of the famous northern-style restaurants, you’ll be back on the road again to seek views of the stunning Northern Lights. Relax in sheltered comfort, or under the starry sky beside a warm fire at our tailor-made aurora viewing locations. Overnight Hotel in Whitehorse.
Day 3: Northernlights Viewing at the AuroraCentre
Day free for optional sightseeing and touring. 1 In the winter season you have the option to try one of the many Yukon winter activities. You’ll get the chance to experience Jack London’s Yukon while experiencing the region’s most popular sport, dog sledding! After a detailed safety briefing and hooking up the dogs, you’ll soon be on your way along the shores of a frozen alpine lakes and rivers, surrounded by snowy mountains. Buck and White Fang will spring to mind as you feel the power and endurance of the loveable Alaskan huskies, with their steamy breath curling above their ears and the hiss of the sled whisking over the trail. 2 In the summer/fall season you have the option to experience the beautiful scenery of Kluane National Park or the stunning vista of White Pass on the historic train ride to Skagway (Alaska) during one of the available day tours. Later in the evening we set out once more to the AuroraCentre where we’ll seek the sight of northern lights. Overnight Hotel in Whitehorse.
Day 4: Departure Whitehorse
Day free for optional sightseeing and touring. Or, to cap of your eventful stay in the Yukon, take a 20 minute flightseeing tour and soar above the spectacular winter scenery while reflecting on your memorable stay in one of Canada’s most stunning locations. Transfer to the airport, check in for your southbound flight.


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Tour Duration
4 days

Tour Price
CAD 765.00

Double Room
Single Room (+CAD 192.00)
Triple Room (-CAD 46.00)
Quad Room (-CAD 67.00)

Winter Clothing Rental
Northern Lights Package (3nights/4days) (+CAD 98.00)
Arctic Winter Package (3nights/4days) (+CAD 159.00)

All Rates per person (+ GST)

Group Size
min. 1 participants per tour

  • Airport Transfers
  • Expert guidance on the entire trip
  • Accommodation at Whitehorse 3.5-star hotel
  • Aurora Viewing evening tours
  • Welcome & City tour
  • Wildlife & Hot Srings tour
  • Aurora Photography Souvenir (Framed)

Not Included
  • Meals
  • Optional tours
  • Personal extras
  • Gratuity
  • Outdoor winter clothing (rental available)

Due to the nature of this tour last-minute changes to the itinerary are a possibility and are left up to the discretion of the guide.



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