The Yukon is a sparsely populated and stunningly unique geographical location ideal for the travel enthusiast. In winter, you can participate in a variety of unique activities such as ice finishing, dog sledding and snowshoeing , while in summer, explore the Yukon River, the Gold Rush town of Dawson City or drive the iconic Dempster Highway all the way north to the Arctic Ocean, some of it in the light of the midnight sun. Being located this far north has benefits – the extended daylight hours are opportune to maximize your experience.
Darcie Guarderas, Director of Business Development for Anderson Vacations as we talk about visiting the little-known areas of the Alaska and the Yukon. We will also look at the South Pacific’s Cook Islands and perhaps even one of the most stringently locked-down countries in the world (but very popular) – New Zealand.