Yukon Holidays

Canada's Frontier Province

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. From Canada’s tallest mountains and the world’s largest ice fields below the Arctic in Kluane National Park, to a canoe expedition along the thundering Yukon River, Yukon is a land that is larger than life for the truly adventurous.

Destination Highlights
  • Witness the breath taking natural phenomenon of the Northern Lights
  • With abundant wildlife viewing and vibrant culture - spend your days exploring all that Yukon has to offer
  • Grab a canoe and head out for the day paddling along the spectacular Yukon River
  • The main gateway of Yukon - discover the city of Whitehorse and its old ‘western’ style buildings
Essential Information
  • Time Zone GMT-4 hours
  • Currency CAD-Canadian Dollar
  • Visa Information Please ensure you have a valid electronic Travel Authorization (eTA) prior to your departure to Canada. Please check on the Canadian Embassy for all Visa FAQ’s.
  • Language English
  • Flight Time Approx 11 hours; direct flights from the UK to Vancouver, British Columbia are available
  • Health Information No special vaccines required.

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