Yukon's magical Northern Lights!
The Aurora Borealis is Mother Nature’s own light show; a spectacular phenomena that leaves you with memories that last a lifetime. A dazzling and amazing experience.
On aurora viewing nights we offer our guests:
Instruction on how to photograph the Aurora.
Hot drinks and snacks
A heated cabin
Friendly and knowledgable staff.
You can explore Yukon's winter wonderland during the day as well.
Select an Aurora-daytrip here.
True northern hospitality ensures that your stay will be filled with highlights and you'll go home with many stories and treasured memories.
When is the best time to watch for Aurora Borealis in Yukon?
In Autumn and Winter are generally good seasons to see the Northern Lights in Yukon. The long periods of darkness and the frequency of clear nights provide many good opportunities to watch the Aurora Borealis. Usually the best time of night (on clear nights) to watch for Northern Lights is local midnight
We’ll welcome you at the airport and transfer you to the hotel in downtown Whitehorse. It is located within walking distance of all attractions, restaurants, banks and stores. Information meeting and registration for optional tours at the hotel. Fitting of winter clothing, time for shopping and dinner on your own.
9.30 pm departure for Aurora viewing. The cozy, heated Aurora cabin with hot drinks and Yukon snacks (including smokes salmon, bison or elk sausages and assorted cheeses) makes your Aurora viewing even more enjoyable. Return to hotel around 1.30 am.
In the morning city tour. Afternoon you can choose one of our optional t9.30 pm departure for Aurora viewing. Again, in the Aurora cabin hot drinks and snacks are provided. You can sit around a roaring fire and share stories. Return to hotel around 1.30 am
Morning at your leisure. Afternoon optional tour. 9.30 pm departure for Aurora viewing. Return to hotel around 1.30 am.Day 4 (Day 3 or Day 5)
Transfer to the airport for your flight home