Yukon is the land of the midnight sun, where skies are glorious and summer light just won't quit, with the best time to visit between May and August. Life flourishes under hours of intense sunlight as the land hosts millions of migratory birds and explodes in wildflower blooms. On summer solstice, June 21, the sun doesn't set at the Arctic Circle—the further north one travels, the higher the sun and the longer the season of the midnight sun. All over the Yukon, summer is a busy time of festivals and outdoor play. Take the road trip of a lifetime at the height of the northern summer and see Yukon’s memorable places by connecting the North Klondike, Top of the World, and Alaska highways
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Whitehorse * Watson Lake * Faro * Dawson City * Beaver Creek * Haines Junction * Whitehorse * Vancouver
Yukon is situated in the upper Northeast corner of Canada, next to Alaska, the Yukon is Canada's most accessible northern destination. Close to eighty percent of the Yukon remains as pristine wilderness with 5,000 metre peaks, forested valleys, unspoiled waters and untamed wildlife. The Klondike Gold Rush of 1898 put the Yukon on the map, become your own pioneer on this fly drive of the Yukon visiting some of the best sights of the province. Your fly drive ends with a three night city stay in Vancouver.
14 days from £ 2,629 per person sharing including scheduled flights
Whitehorse * Haine's Junction * Beaver Creek * Fairbanks * Denali NP * Anchorage * Tok * Dawson City * Whitehorse
If you’ve ever wanted to visit the top of the world, this adventure will take you further north than you’ve ever been before. Combining visits to Canada’s rugged Yukon and the dramatic state of Alaska, you will experience two environments that challenge the limits of human endurance. Your adventure begins in Whitehorse through spectacular rugged mountains, serene landscapes, and breathtaking scenery. Gold Rush towns still speak of fortunes made and lost at the end of the 18th century, original and restored buildings showcasing the daily life of those early prospectors. Combined with a captivating flightseeing tour of vast glacial parklands, this itinerary offers a truly unique experience just few hundred kilometers below the Arctic Circle.
15 days from £3,272 per person twin share includes scheduled flights