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Yukon Aurora Rendezvous I 2022 details coming soon!
Sourdough Special I 3 nights/ 4 days I Whitehorse area
Minimum: 2 participants I Departure: 2020 date coming soon!
A quirky winter carnival with a true northern flavour, the Yukon Sourdough Rendezvous celebrates the 1890's sourdoughs (veteran inhabitants of Canada's Yukon Territory), the Yukon and the Klondike Gold Rush.
- All transportation with guide
- 3 nights accommodation in Whitehorse
- 3 nights of aurora viewing tours
- Special City sightseeing tour (including Yukon Brewery admission)
- Yukon Wildlife Preserve admission
- Takhini Hot springs admission
- Airport transfers
- Personal extras
- Meals (unless otherwise specified)
- Optional day tours
- Winter Clothing
Prices are per person and based on shared double occupancy. Prices include GST.
Hotel single supplement available on request.
Arrive in Whitehorse, Capital City of the Yukon Territory.
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
Ever wanted to taste the Yukon? How about the Yukon Brewery! We will visit the Visitor's Centre to learn about the different regions of the Yukon, visit the SS Klondike, a paddlewheeler ship used in the Gold rush and then we will visit the Fish Ladder and Log Skyscraper. We will take you on a refreshing tour through the entire brewery explaining the brewing, fermentation, filtering and packaging components or making the beer of the True North (sample tasting included) and you can choose one of the optional events of the Sourdough Rendezvous festival as listed is you are 'thirsty' for more. After a relaxed dinner in Whitehorse, you'll be back on the road again, this time to seek views of the stunning Northern Lights. Relax in sheltered comfort, or under the starry sky beside a warm fire at one of our tailor-made aurora viewing locations.
Overnight hotel in Whitehorse
We will visit the Yukon Wildlife Preserve where you'll have the opportunity to view and photograph wildlife in its natural habitat. Dalls sheep, bighorn sheep, mountain goats, mule deer, wapiti, woodland caribou, wood bison, musk-ox, moose and even lynx can all be seen on this tour, usually up close! To cap off a great day, we'll travel to the nearby Takhini hot springs. The outdoor hot springs pool provides a warm sanctuary amid the cold weather and is a must-do activity while visiting Whitehorse! You will also have a chance to enter the Hair Freezing Contest. Take a dip at Takhini Hot Springs, freeze your hair in a crazy style, take a picture and you could in one of 3 big prizes! After you return to town, you can choose one of the optional events of the Sourdough Rendezvous Festival as listed if your hair can still fit under your hat. Late 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 free for optional sightseeing and touring. 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 lake, 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. Warm refreshments will be offered trailside before you return to Whitehorse, energized from having experienced one of the Yukon’s most unique experiences. Transfer to the airport, check in for your southbound flight.
Child age: 7 to 17 years. All children must be accompanied by a parent or guardian.
Child discount applies only if the minimum number of adults is reached.
All rates per person plus GST