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Yukon territory travel guide

Stretching from the British Colombia border to the Arctic Ocean, the Yukon Territory features an attractive landscape filled with mountains, and home to aboriginal communities including several wild animals. An adventurous territory to say the least, and the best way to get around is by car hire. Enjoy an exhilarating drive through Dawson City to Inuvik ,in the Northwest Territories. Regardless of the route you choose, you are guaranteed of catching a glimpse of more wild life than humans including moose, grisslies, caribou and elk. For history buffs, you can get an insight about the history of the territory at the aboriginal cultural centres,  art studios or the  Adäka Cultural Festival, which attracts thousands of  visitors and held every summer on the Whitehorse’s waterfront


Yukon offers a variety of locally made items worth buying and taken home as souvenirs. Some of the items you can find on here include beautiful paintings, sculpture, jewelry, pottery, books and knitted clothing. Collectors from different parts of the world come to appreciate history at its best in Yukon as they come in search of beadworks, First nation carvings and other traditional items. There are grocery stores around where you can get essential items such as toothbrush

Best time to visitYukon Car Rental

The best time of the year to visit Yukon is between the months of May and September. There are lots of pleasant activities to make your visit a memorable one. It is historically recorded that during the construction of the Alaska Highway,  a soldier was said to have posted a sign indicating the direction home,  others followed and years after that, the Sign Post Forest has turned out to be a tourist attraction site for first time visitors to the Yukon territory.  Come and enjoy a remarkable vacation experience touring under the midnight sun

Getting Here By Air

For international travelers, visiting Yukon by air is no different from traveling to other major cities around the world. There are direct flights by major commercial airlines from Whitehorse to Vancouver, Calgary,  Edmonton, Ottawa, Kelowna and Yellowknife.


The Yukon Territory plays host to several music, art and cultural festivals of international standard annually.  If you intend participating in major festivals held in Yukon, then February is the best month to visit. You can have a nice time at the Frostbite Music Festival, which is considered the best winter music festival ever in Canada. The Available Light Film Festival is also an interesting festival to attend.

During summer, Yukon is always bustling with various activities. A visit to Klondike for the famous Dawson City Music Festival will make the day  for those passionate about music. The Adaka Cultural Festival in Whitehorse promise to be an unforgettable experience for those looking to explore the Yukon First Nations culture. Yukon offers an eclectic mix of History, Arts and Culture for visitors of all types.   The Yukon offers plenty of activities, so there’s never a dull moment. There is always something for everyone.

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