3-Day Aurora Viewing Tour in Yellowknife

  • Tour code: 622-1100
  • Available: Daily (2018/10/20 - 2019/4/12)
  • Depart from: Yellowknife, Canada
  • Duration: 3 Days 2 Nights
From USD$563

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Highlights:

Visit Yellowknife, NT (Aurora Borealis Viewing, NT, Great Slave Lake, NT, Yellowknife Ice Fishing, NT, Yellowknife Old Town, NT).

Special Remarks:

  • Enjoy Unique Local Activity: Ice Fishing(Lunch included)
  • Aurora Viewing Rental Clothes Included: jacket, pants, boots, glove, and hat

Pricing Details

Single: $759
Double (/Person): $563
Third Person Adult: $509
Child (Age 0-12): $509
Fourth Person Adult: $509
Child (Age 0-12): $509

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Tour Itinerary

  • Day 1 Yellowknife
  • Day 2 Yellowknife
  • Day 3 Yellowknife - Hometown
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Day 1 Yellowknife

After arrival in Yellowknife, then around 9:30pm, we will start our first night Northern Light exploring. Travelers can stay in the warm house, enjoy free hot drink and snacks and view the spectacular Northern Light. Back to hotel around 2:00am.

Yellowknife is the capital and largest city of Canada's Northwest Territories. It sits on the Great Slave Lake, not far south of the Arctic Circle. It draws visitors for its amazing views of the Aurora Borealis, the Northern Lights.

  • Always Available
    Aurora Borealis (also called the Northern Lights) is a natural phenomenon where atmosphere emits colorful, bright lights that swirl and dance across the sky.
Standard Hotel: Days Inn or similar

Day 2 Yellowknife

We will travel by snowmobile to Great Slave Lake. Aside from the Aurora Borealis, we will observe our guides pull up the catch with an aboriginal ice fishing net. Then, return to our lodge and enjoy a feast of freshly caught fish. After lunch, we will have a city tour of Yellowknife. Tonight, we will have the 2nd Aurora Viewing tour

Yellowknife is the capital and largest city of Canada's Northwest Territories. It sits on the Great Slave Lake, not far south of the Arctic Circle. It draws visitors for its amazing views of the Aurora Borealis, the Northern Lights.

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    The Great Slave Lake is the deepest lake in North America at 2,000+ feet deep, the second-largest in the Northwest Territories, and ninth-largest in the world. It covers an area of more than 10,000 square miles in northeastern Canada.
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    Head out onto the frozen waters off the shore of Yellowknife to experience ice fishing, which doesn't even seem possible! Make sure to dress warmly.
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    Yellowknife sits far in the Northwest Territories of Canada. Its Old Town is a charming historical area where there is now a craft beer brewery and a glass works facility.
  • Always Available
    Aurora Borealis (also called the Northern Lights) is a natural phenomenon where atmosphere emits colorful, bright lights that swirl and dance across the sky.
Standard Hotel: Days Inn or similar
Lunch: Included

Day 3 Yellowknife - Hometown

Free time in morning, then transfer to airport. Tour ends.

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