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Yukon: 3-night getaway w/northern lights experience - $729

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Why we like this deal:

With its pristine national parks and boundless opportunities for outdoor adventure, the Yukon in Canada is perfect for those seeking authentic and inspiring travel experiences. So, you can imagine our excitement when we got the chance to put together an exclusive package with Yukon Toursan outfit with 20 years of experience in bringing people to this extraordinary territory. As we said, this package is exclusive, so it's just for Travelzoo members. You'll spend three nights and four days in Whitehorse, witnessing the mesmerizing northern lights and discovering the rich culture of the people who call these lands home.

What's Included

  • $729 per person for an exclusive three-night/four-day Travelzoo Aurora Package, including:
    • Roundtrip airport-hotel shuttle service
    • Three nights at the Best Western Gold Rush Inn in Whitehorse
    • Two nights of northern lights viewing (four hours each night)
    • A three-night winter clothing rental package, including all the outwear you'll need to stay warm and comfy

More Reasons to Go

  • The Yukon is an untamed destination where the moose population outnumbers the human inhabitants and a staggering 80% of its vast expanse remains pristine wilderness—but don't be intimidated; this package takes care of it all to ensure you get the most out of your experience
  • You'll spend your three nights at the Best Western Gold Rush Inn, ideally located in downtown Whitehorse steps away from numerous restaurants, shopping and attractions (like the S.S. Klondike National Historic Site)
  • This exclusive package includes a rental of all the winter clothing you'll need for your Northern Lights viewing—a perk that would cost nearly $150 elsewhere
  • From November until March is the optimal time to see the aurora borealis in northern Canada, with long and dark nights, but the Yukon is fortunate enough to enjoy an extended season for witnessing this phenomena, stretching all the way to mid-April
  • Yukon Tours is committed to fostering a positive influence on the local communities by upholding respectful conduct, safeguarding the environment with stringent industry standards and preserving local traditions and heritage
Learn more and book directly at Travelzoo