Aurora viewing from scenic locations along the Ingraham Trail in Yellowknife, NWT. Hot beverages and snacks are provided on site.
A presentation about the science behind the auroras given by astronomer Dr. José Francisco Salgado.
Souvenir photos of you and your group in front of the auroras taken by a professional photographer.
Instruction on photographing the Northern Lights by professional photograhers José Francisco Salgado and Dale Baskin. View our photo album
A visit to a Dene First Nation community to learn about their way of life — storytelling, history and legends, try samples of traditional foods.
A daytime hike to beautiful Cameron Falls.
Guided tour of the Prince of Wales Northern Heritage Centre.
Visit to Bush Pilots Monument in Old Town for a panoramic view of Yellowknife.
- • Driving on ice roads and snowshoeing, dog sledding or snow mobiling (March tours. Arctic clothing is available for rent.)
- • Additional hiking, canoe or bike tour (September tours).)
All ground transportation.
Breakfast everyday and three (out of five) dinners.
Five-night lodging. To facilitate travel schedules, additional nights of accommodation are available.
A bilingual (English and Spanish) tour leader.
Gift bag including a Yellowknife aurora print.
$2,099 (USD) per person for 5 nights based on double occupancy in a standard room at Capital Suites Yellowknife. The rate for one person based on single occupancy is $2,299. Reduced rates are also available for 3 and 4 people staying in a two-bedroom suite. To facilitate travel schedules, additional nights of accommodation are available. Tour participants are responsible for their air travel.
Auroras are visible from Yellowknife almost every night as long as the skies are clear. In case of cloudy days, we have designed our tours to be 5 nights long to maximize the probability of seeing auroras. We have also planned daytime activities to take advantage of what Yellowknife and its surroundings have to offer.
Our tour groups of approximately 20 people are led by two guides including Dr. Salgado. We are currently taking reservations for the following sessions:
Mar 2018 #1: Sunday, Mar 4 - Friday, Mar 9
Mar 2018 #2: Sunday, Mar 11 - Friday, Mar 16
Sept 2018 #1: Sunday, Sept 9 - Friday, Sep 14
Sept 2018 #2: Sunday, Sept 16 - Friday, Sep 21
Note: In September, nighttime temperatures drop to about 30 F (-1 C) while in March they drop to about -14 F (-26 C). Arctic winter clothing is available for rent.
For additional information please write to us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 630-886-6443