9 DAY INUIT LANDS & THE ROAD TO THE ARCTIC
FROM $4365* + Tax
Explore two of Canada’s northernmost territories, the Yukon and the Northwest Territories. Drive on the iconic Dempster Highway, stop at the Arctic Circle Monument, visit the Inuit community of Tuktoyaktuk on the Arctic Coast and a traditional Inuit whaling base in the Mackenzie River delta. Experience many cultural displays and make memories that stays with you forever!
Whitehorse | Dawson City | Drive on the iconic Dempster Highway crossing the Arctic Circle | Be amongst the first to drive the Mackenzie Valley Highway to the Arctic Ocean | Visit a traditional Inuit whaling camp on the Mackenzie River delta | Inuvik | Tuktoyaktuk | See the midnight sun | Spend time in Inuit Homes
8 nights of accommodation (3.5–4 star) | professional tour leader | local ground transportation | economy class airfare between Whitehorse and Dawson City | economy class airfare between Inuvik and Whitehorse |19 meals: 8 breakfasts, 3 packed lunches, 8 dinners | Maximum 18 Passengers
RISK-FREE DEPOSIT: Secure your spot with a $100 deposit, fully refundable up to 45 days prior to departure
September 9 - September 17
Pricing: $4365 per person based on double occupancy, $ 5330 per person based on single occupancy and subject to tax. Do not book non-refundable airfare until your agent confirms it is ok to do so.
Photo Credits: Grizzly Bear, NWT - Tourism NWT | Kluane National Park - Government of Yukon | Dawson City | S.S. Klondike National Historic Site - Brand Canada | Mackenzie River Delta - Terry Parker