Average flight time from UK: 16 hours           Capital: Whitehorse

Embark on an enchanting journey to the Yukon Territory, a land where legends, history, and breathtaking natural beauty converge. In this vast and wild expanse, eighty percent of which remains untouched wilderness, travelers can immerse themselves in the thrill of exploration and the serenity of spacious landscapes. 

The Yukon beckons with its diverse terrain, home to abundant wildlife, roaring rivers, majestic mountains, and awe-inspiring glaciers. It's a place where nature's grandeur is on full display, from the magnificent Northern Lights dancing in the sky to the vibrant wildlife that roam its lands.


Venture into a region steeped in history, where the earliest North American human presence was discovered, and the echoes of the Gold Rush era still resonate. The Yukon's cultural tapestry is rich and varied, with Indigenous cultures thriving for thousands of years, adding depth and vibrancy to the traveler's experience. 

The territory is not just a destination but an adventure, with rugged roads and remote trails leading the way. Whether arriving by air, car, water, rail, or public transit, the journey to the Yukon is part of the adventure, unveiling a world of possibilities.


Whitehorse, the vibrant capital, serves as the gateway to this wilderness paradise, offering a blend of modern amenities and outdoor activities. It's a place where the past and present coexist, offering a unique urban experience in the heart of the wild. The region's diverse landscapes, from the extreme terrain of Kluane in the southwest to the pristine beauty of the Northern and Arctic regions, beckon explorers and nature enthusiasts alike. 

The Klondike, Southern Lakes, Liard, and Silver Trail regions each offer their unique charms and adventures, from gold panning in historic Dawson City to wildlife encounters in the vast open spaces.


Accommodations in the Yukon range from cozy, locally-owned hotels and resorts to rustic campgrounds and outfitter ranches, catering to every style and preference. The territory's culinary scene is as diverse as its landscapes, with restaurants specializing in local and lake-to-table cuisine. For those seeking outdoor adventures, the Yukon is a treasure trove of activities. From boating and rafting on its majestic rivers to hiking, biking, and experiencing the rich wildlife, there's no shortage of ways to connect with nature.


As night falls, the Yukon skies become a canvas for the spectacular Northern Lights, offering an unforgettable experience for stargazers and photographers. The territory's remote location and clear skies make it one of the best places in the world to witness this natural phenomenon. From late August to early April, the aurora borealis paints the night sky in a kaleidoscope of colors, while the summer months bring the Midnight Sun, creating endless days of adventure.


The Yukon is not just a destination; it's an experience that stays with you long after you leave. It's a place where the spirit of adventure is alive, where the natural world inspires and rejuvenates, and where every journey becomes a story to be told. So, pack your bags, set your sights on the Yukon, and prepare to be captivated by one of the last great wildernesses on earth.

      Discover The Yukon: The Call of the Wild and Wonderful

Highlights & Hidden Gems: Uncover Quebecs Treasures! 

Quebec offers a plethora of hidden gems, must-do activities, and Instagram-worthy spots that you shouldn't miss. Here's a little list to enhance your Quebec itinerary:


Accordion Museum, Montmagny: Celebrating Quebec's musical heritage, this museum showcases over 150 handcrafted, antique accordions, and is a hub for the annual Carrefour Mondial accordion festival.

Cantine Chez Ben, Granby: An iconic roadside diner famous for its poutine with giant squeaky curds. The establishment is known for its vibrant, kitschy signage and is especially picturesque at night.

Old Quebec City Funicular: A unique cable car experience linking the Upper Town and Lower Town of Quebec City. It offers a fun ride with scenic views of historic landmarks.

Val-Jalbert: Step back into the 1920s at this open-air museum, a former pulp-factory company town with over 70 well-preserved buildings.

Parc national des Hautes-Gorges-de-la-Rivière-Malbaie: Located within the UNESCO Charlevoix Biosphere Reserve, this park offers activities like kayaking, hiking, and ice climbing amidst stunning natural beauty.

Bas-Saint-Laurent: A region known for its maritime history and picturesque sunsets, offering a serene experience with opportunities to spot marine mammals.

Saguenay Fjord National Park: Ideal for outdoor enthusiasts, this park features high cliffs and a variety of activities like biking, kayaking, and Via Ferrata routes.

Mont-Tremblant National Park: A haven for water sports enthusiasts with its rivers and lakes, and offers activities like canoeing, kayaking, and zip-lining.

Eastern Townships: Known for its rich heritage, this area offers a mix of outdoor adventure and history, best explored via the Townships Trail.

Rue Saint-Jean, Quebec City: A vibrant street for shopping and coffee, leading straight into Old Quebec and offering a less touristy experience.

Dufferin Terrace, Quebec City: Known for its stunning views and historical significance, including the Fairmont Chateau Frontenac and the iconic Ice Slide in winter.

Petit Champlain, Quebec City: A picturesque area with cobblestone streets and string lights, perfect for exploring local restaurants and picking up unique souvenirs.

Lower Town's Place Royale, Quebec City: A historic part of the city featuring giant frescos and rich cultural heritage.


Each of these destinations offers a unique slice of Quebec, from its rich cultural heritage and natural beauty to its vibrant urban life

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   Time difference to the UK - 7 hours

Ready for your next Yukon adventure? 
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