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Yukon

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Unlike any other place in the world

The Yukon Territory, which is set between Alaska and Canada (and administered and governed by Canada), is one of the largest and most scarcely populated areas of North America. It is also one of the last pristine wilderness areas left on earth, with a rich cultural heritage, fascinating gold rush history, legendary road trips, incredible scenery and warm hospitality.

Why visit?

  • Breathtaking landscapes
  • Playground for adventure seekers
  • Amazing wildlife
  • Chance to see the Northern Lights
  • First Nations history
  • Warm and friendly people
  • Gold Rush heritage
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Faro Studio Hotel - Kitchenette Room

Faro Studio Hotel

From £58 pp
2 Star

Located in Faro on the Campbell Highway, this basic hotel offers a convenient place for an overnight stop between Watson Lake and Dawson City.

Coast High Country Inn, Whitehorse

Coast High Country Inn

From £59 pp
Bronze

A charming hotel in Whitehorse within walking distance of Main Street's restaurants, bars and boutiques.

Discovery Yukon Lodgings - Cabin Exterior

Discovery Yukon Lodgings

From £59 pp
2 Star Plus

Situated perfectly along the Alaska Highway and directly adjacent to Kluane Park Preserve this is an ideal eco-tourism destination.

Raven Hotels - Exterior

Raven Hotel

From £67 pp
Bronze

This small hotel is just a few steps from Haines Junctions' amenities.

Aurora Inn Dawson City - Exterior

Aurora Inn

From £72 pp
Bronze

Conveniently located within walking distance to many shops and attractions within Dawson City.

Southern Lakes Resort - Exterior

Southern Lakes Resort

From £99 pp
Bronze

This lakefront resort enjoys a spectacular setting right on Tagish Lake in the southern Yukon.

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Premier Holidays & Yukon

The facts:

Getting there: Flights from the UK operate via Vancouver to Whitehorse and the flying time is around 15 hours 30 minutes.

Best time to travel: The Yukon is best visited between May and September, when the sun barely sets. The weather can be variable whatever the season but generally summer (Jun-Aug) the days can be hot and evenings cooler; autumn (Sep-Oct) temperatures begin to drop, especially at night; winter (Nov-Mar) is cold, bright and snowy, while spring (Apr-May) when temperatures start to lift and early wildflowers begin to bloom.

Whitehorse climate:

Whitehorse Climate Chart

Local time: GMT -7 hours.

Currency: Canadian dollar.

Language: English.

Passports & Visas: A full British passport, which is machine readable and valid for six months beyond your return date is required. Please click here to find out if a visa is required for British passport holders.

Health: Before booking any holiday we recommend that you consult a general practitioner or health professional for information on any health requirements for the areas you wish to visit. If you have previously travelled to a Yellow Fever area, you may be required to provide a vaccination certificate.