Upon arrival in Whitehorse, you take the free shuttle to get to your hotel (right there when you exit the terminal). Note that we always try and book hotels which offers the free shuttle but in case there is no more availability, there are always taxis available to drive you downtown (count approximately $25 for a ride from the airport to your hotel). Depending on your arrival time, you will have time to explore Whitehorse and take a stroll on the Millennium Trail or check out the MacBride Museum.
A pre-trip meeting takes place in the lobby of your hotel at 5pm today with your guides. This is the perfect opportunity to ask any last-minute questions, do a gear check and meet your fellow adventurers!
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In the evening, we enjoy our first meal cooked over the open fire and rejoice at the prospect of our upcoming adventure!
Starting in August, in this remote land, far away from any light pollution, we have the opportunity to watch stars in the clear night skies and maybe even a memorable show of northern lights!
Throughout the trip we practice and share our knowledge of leave-no-trace travel and zero waste philosophy.
Today is the last day of our canoe trip, we enjoy one last time waking up and having our campfire cooked breakfast in the wild. We get to Carmacks in the beginning afternoon where we meet our driver who takes us back to Whitehorse! Your last night in Whitehorse is free.
Connection to the airport or to your next adventure.
Terre Boréale respectfully acknowledges that this adventure takes place on the traditional territories of the Kwanlin Dün First Nation, Little Salmon/Carmacks First Nation and Ta’an Kwäch’än Council.
- Ground transportation for Whitehorse/Lake Laberge and Carmacks/Whitehorse
- Motor boat transportation across Lake Laberge
- Meals as indicated in itinerary above
- Accommodations as indicated in itinerary above, based on double occupancy (+ $250 for single occupancy)
- The following equipment: tent, canoe, paddles, life jacket, dry bag, bear spray, bear proof canister, cooking gear and fishing gear
- Bilingual guide French/English
- Satellite phone for emergencies
- Single occupancy supplement of $250
- Airport transfers
- Alcoholic beverages
- Fishing license
- Domestic & International flights
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“We did 6 days of canoe camping on the Yukon River with our 12 year old daughter. We had chosen Terre Boréale as the company for this first experience following the viewing of a report. Without objection it was an excellent choice on all facets. Organization, food, security. All the advantages of a small business, ie the presence and direct involvement of the owners. Good knowledge of the places, the fauna and the history of the territory from the guides. Max, Mélina and Boris simply gave us a taste for adventure … THANK YOU”
“Grâce à Max et Miléna nous avons passés des vacances en famille inoubliables! Les paysages sont magiques, l’organisation est parfaite, délicieux petits plats mijotés au coin du feu, aurores boréales et rencontres avec la faune…”