Northern Lights Resort Spa, The Yukon | ©Wolfgang Bublitz

Yukon Northern Lights Retreat

Get a chance to relax while enjoying the wonders of The Yukon Territory

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Dog sledding experience | ©Gov't of Yukon©NorthernLightsResortSpa-WolfgangBublitz-Yukon5.jpg
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Main lodge dining | ©Northern Lights Resort & Spa


This is one of our most popular packages to experience The Yukon’s spectacular Aurora Borealis* and authentically Canadian winter activities while relaxing on a well-deserved retreat. Stay in one of the private, cozy alpine log chalets and enjoy all home-cooked meals, including a healthy European-style breakfast every morning, and lunch and a family-style, three-course dinner served for you as per itinerary. This package also includes a guided Northern Lights viewing with bonfire every night, a Yukon winter activity -your choice of dog sledding experience or introduction to snowmobiling-, and a guided city tour of Whitehorse, as well as roundtrip airfare and transfers from/to the Whitehorse airport.

*Please note that the Northern Lights are a natural phenomenon, and we cannot guarantee that you will see them. We will ensure that your trip remains a bucket list experience, even if you are not fortunate enough to see the Aurora Borealis!


Please note that this is a sample itinerary and is subject to change due to unforeseen circumstances, such as weather or unexpected closures.


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Northern Lights*
  • Make your way to the airport and travel from Vancouver to Whitehorse on Air North
  • Upon arrival, you will be greeted at the Whitehorse airport and transferred to your resort for check-in
  • You may familiarize yourself with the lodge by using the resort facilities, such as the saunas (reservation recommended) or lounge area
  • Option to join a guided Yukon Wildlife Preserve & Eclipse Nordic Hot Springs Tour (additional cost)
  • A family-style, three-course dinner will be served in the main lodge
  • Take part in a guided Aurora viewing at the bonfire area (weather-dependent)

*Photos courtesy of Air North and Northern Lights Resort & Spa – Wolfgang Bublitz

Fly to Whitehorse, The Yukon
Arctic clothes rental
Home-cooked, 3-course dinner
Northern Lights viewing

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  • European-style breakfast included in the lodge
  • Enjoy some free time at the lodge this morning and take an easy, quaint snowshoe walk through the woods (optional)
  • Lunch is served at the resort
  • Join a guided city tour this afternoon to explore the city of Whitehorse
  • Return to the lodge this evening with time to freshen up
  • Dinner is included in the lodge
  • After dinner, you will have another chance to view the Northern Lights at the bonfire (weather dependent)

*Photos courtesy of Gov’t of Yukon

All home-cooked meals
Whitehorse city tour
Northern Lights viewing

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Dog sledding
  • Breakfast included at the lodge
  • You may choose to experience one of the following guided winter activities this morning: a dog sledding tour OR an introduction to snowmobiling experienve
  • Get back to the resort and savour a delicious home-style lunch
  • Take some time this afternoon to book a spa treatment (additional cost) or enjoy the resort’s facilities
  • Family-style dinner included at the lodge
  • After dinner, take part in another guided Aurora viewing at the bonfire (weather dependent)
All home-cooked meals
Snowmobiling OR dog sledding
Northern Lights viewing

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Yukon Wildlife Preserve*©YukonGovt-AndrewStrain-EclipseNordicHotSprings.jpg
Eclipse Nordic Hot Springs*
  • Breakfast included at the lodge
  • Option to join a guided Yukon Wildlife Preserve & Eclipse Nordic Hot Springs Tour (additional cost)
  • Enjoy lunch included at the lodge
  • Take some time this afternoon to book a spa treatment (additional cost) or enjoy the resort’s facilities
  • Dinner included at the lodge
  • After dinner, take part in your last guided Aurora viewing at the bonfire (weather dependent)

*Photos courtesy of Gov’t of Yukon – Cathie Archbould and Andrew Strain

All home-cooked meals
Wildlife Preserve & Hot Springs (optional)
Northern Lights viewing

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Main Lodge*©NorthernLightsResortSpa-Sauna-Yukon-72.jpeg
  • Breakfast included in the lodge
  • Check out and take some time to enjoy the resort’s facilities
  • Lunch is served before your transfer to the Whitehorse airport
  • Board your flight back to Vancouver

*Photos courtesy of  Northern Lights Resort & Spa

Breakfast & lunch
Return flight


Will I be able to see the Northern Lights (Aurora Borealis)?

The Yukon Territory is one of the best destinations in Canada and the world to get a chance to see the Aurora Borealis. With up to 240 nights of visibility every year, the best time to spot them is usually from November to March (when this package is offered), as the nights are long and dark, and make the lights brighter.

That being said, the Northern Lights are a weather-dependent, natural phenomenon and we cannot guarantee you will see them. However, rest assured that your trip will remain a bucket-list experience, even if you are not fortunate enough to see the Aurora!


What does the Whitehorse city tour include?

The guided Whitehorse city tour will take you to the must-see locations of the capital city of The Yukon, including the SS Klondike and Main Street. Your guide will offer informative commentary, and transportation is provided from and to your accommodations. The route and sightseeing stops may vary depending on weather conditions.

Can I depart from and arrive to a different airport than Vancouver?

Yes! You can contact us to book your roundtrip flights to The Yukon from a different airport than Vancouver, subject to availability. Please note that the price of this package will vary based on your desired departure/arrival city.

What is the weather like in The Yukon?

The Yukon Territory is located under the Arctic circle, and it extends over the polar and subpolar areas. It has a subarctic climate, which means that during the winter months (November-March), temperatures average at below zero (-10°C / 14 °F), and they are likely to drop even lower. You will get a few hours of sunlight during the short days, and long, dark nights to enjoy the Northern Lights viewing (weather-dependent).

Warm, thermal, waterproof and snow clothing is extremely recommended. This package includes an arctic clothing rental for the full duration of your stay in The Yukon, which provides a parka, pants, boots, hat and mitts for each person in your group.

Now accepting bookings for November 2024 - March 2025!



4 Days | 3 Nights OR 5 Days | 4 Nights



Double (3 Nights)

From* CA$2,349/pp | US$1,835/pp

Single (3 Nights)

From* CA$3,419/pp | US$2,671/pp

Double (4 Nights)

From* CA$2,799/pp | US$2,187/pp

Single (4 Nights)

From* CA$4,099/pp | US$3,202/pp
*From price is the adult retail price based on the sample itinerary, including all applicable taxes. Optional add-ons are available at an additional cost. Transactions are processed in Canadian dollars (CA$). Prices displayed in U.S. dollars (US$) are indicative rates only for information purposes. We recommend confirming current exchange rates prior to making any transactions. All self-guided packages are subject to availability.


  • Visit one of the world’s best locations to view the Northern Lights
  • Stay in a cozy alpine log chalet for an authentic Canadian winter experience
  • Enjoy healthy, family-style and home-cooked meals everyday
  • Choose between a dog sledding experience or an introduction to snowmobiling
  • Discover Whitehorse and explore its unique charm
  • Embark in a memorable adventure of exploring Canadian winter activities and hospitality


  • Bed3-nights accommodation in a private, alpine log chalet
  • Complimentary Wi-Fi access at the resort (15 GB per chalet)
  • AirFareRoundtrip airfare on Air North including 1 piece of luggage
  • BusAirport transfers in The Yukon
  • MealAll home-cooked meals and complimentary tea and coffee
  • NorthernLightsGuided Aurora Viewing with bonfire every night
  • ArticClothes4-day winter clothing rental (parka, pants, boots, hat and mitts)
  • AdmissionAdmission to your choice of winter activity:
  • Introduction to snowmobiling OR
  • Dog Sledding experience
  • GuideWhitehorse city tour
  • WalkingUse of resort facilities, including snowshoes, sauna and lounge area
  • Add-onAccess to spa treatments in resort (additional cost)

What to Bring:

  • Warm, waterproof clothes (arctic clothes and boots rental will be provided to you upon arrival to The Yukon)
  • Thermal layers
  • Swimsuit for the spa and hot tubs
  • Sunglasses
  • Comfortable, warm boots (recommended)
  • Camera (recommended)

Contact an agent to book your private retreat in the Yukon today

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