Complimentary home pickup/return - travel starts at your door!

Tour Policies:


​Deposit and Payment:
 A $400 deposit per person is required within 72 hours of booking  or booking may be cancelled. Full payment is required by June 16, 2017.
Airfare: Airfare has been included at our preferred group rate. For airfare, space should be reserved by May 15, 2017. After that date airfare at this rate may be limited or tour price with air may be higher. Should you wish to book your own flights, price will be reduced by $450.  
Price Changes: In the event of significant changes in taxes or surcharges by suppliers or local government Mile Zero Tours reserves the right to increase price up until the time of departure.   
Cancellation policy: Full refund less $50 admin fee if cancelled before May 15, 2017 from May 15– June 16, 2017 non-refundable amount increases to $200. After June 16 only 35% is refundable and after July 16, 2017 only 15% is refundable. There are no refunds offered after August 3, 2017. We strongly recommend purchasing trip cancellation insurance  as Mile Zero Tours can not issue refunds, no matter the reason, beyond the scope of the above mentioned policy.
Terms of Travel:  Please review the the full
Terms of Travel before booking.

"The trip to the Yukon and NWT was an amazing adventure.
​The 100 mile boat ride from Inuvik to Tuktoyaktuk was especially memorable and unique and exciting. Excellent bus driver and step on guides. Well planned, food hotels very good. We were well looked after and the time well used.
The scenery awesome." - 2016 Guest

What's Included

  • Roundtrip airfare from Victoria

  • Pick up at your door (Greater Victoria)

  • 11 Nights hotel accommodations

  • 20 meals

  • Transportation by deluxe charter vehicle

  • Scenic flight—MacKenzie Delta & Arctic Ocean

  • Visit to a traditional Inuvialuit whaling camp

  • White Pass Yukon Railway

  • Top of the World Highway

  • Air North flights to and from Inuvik


  • Kluane National Park

  • Locally guided tour of Whitehorse

  • Beringia Interpretive Centre

  • S.S. Klondike 

  • Miles Canyon

  • Frantic Follies Show

  • Skagway, Alaska

  • Luggage handling at all hotels

  • All local taxes, fees, 5% GST

  • Gratuities on included meals

  • Services of a professional tour director

Full Itinerary

  Day 1-3: Whitehorse, YT
  Gold Rush Inn
  Day 4-5: Dawson City, YT
  Downtown Hotel
  Day 6-7: Inuvik, NWT
  Mackenzie Hotel
  Day 8: Dawson City, YT
  Downtown Hotel
  Day 9: Beaver Creek, YT
  Beaver Creek Motel
  Day 10-11: Whitehorse, YT
  Gold Rush Inn 

Yukon & Northwest Territories
2nd Departure 

 12 Days: August 17 - 28th, 2017

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  • MacKenzie Delta Cruise  (weather permitting)

  • Gold Panning at Bonanza Creek

  • Tombstone Territorial Park

  • Guided tour & cultural dinner in Inuvik

  • Guided cultural tour of Tuktoyaktuk

  • Locally guided tour of Dawson City

  • Dredge No. 4

  • McBride Museum

  • Klondike Highway

  • Dempster Highway

$5799 per person
Includes all taxes and fees
Land Only: Deduct $450
Single: Add $720
Triple: Deduct $125 

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Day 1 – Thursday August 17, 2017- Victoria to Whitehorse
Fly from Victoria to Whitehorse this morning. Arrive in the Yukon capital early this afternoon where you will be transferring to our downtown hotel. Once settled in, your tour director will lead you on a short introductory walk down historic, Main Street. Later this afternoon visit the McBride Museum to learn more about the fascinating history of this place and its people. Tonight, join your tour director and fellow travellers for a delicious welcome dinner.
Today’s dinner is included


Day 2 – Friday August 18, 2017 – Whitehorse 
Our day begins with a captivating tour of Whitehorse, the Yukon’s cultural center nestled on the Yukon River. We start with exploring the downtown core before a visit to the SS Klondike– a national historic site and Miles Canyon’s Suspension Bridge. This afternoon take some time to explore the town on your own, and get a truly authentic experience.
Today’s breakfast is included  


Day 3 – Saturday August 19, 2017 – Whitehorse
Today we visit the Beringia Interpretive Centre, a research and exhibition facility which provides insight into the fascinating history of Whitehorse. Later this evening join the fun as we take in the ever-popular Frantic Follies Show. 
Today’s breakfast is included​


 Day 4 –Sunday August 20, 2017 – Whitehorse to Dawson City 
Today we follow in the footsteps of prospectors traveling north on the Klondike Highway. Pass Lake Laburge, the setting of Sam McGee’s cremation and the daunting Five Finger Rapids. Late this afternoon we arrive in the famed gold rush town of Dawson City and check in to our cozy accommodations in the heart of town. 
Today’s breakfast, lunch & dinner are included ​


Day 5 –Monday August 21, 2017 - Dawson City to Tombstone Territorial Park

Experience the southern and most scenic sections of the famed Dempster Highway today as we travel to Tombstone Territorial Park. In this most beautiful wilderness we will take in the Park Interpretive Centre and a short scenic nature walk. Later, return to Dawson City for free evening. 
Today’s breakfast and lunch are included​


Day 6- Tuesday August 22, 2017 - Dawson City to Inuvik, NWT
The real adventure begins this morning as we board our Air North flight to the remote community of Inuvik, placed on the Mackenzie River Delta. 
After touching down early this afternoon we will meet our local guide and be taken on a fascinating tour of the town. After learning about Inuvik’s
history and cultures, join your guide for dinner. Learn about the way of life for northern cultures as you listen to stories and dine on deliciously
prepared traditional northern foods.   
Today’s breakfast and dinner are included​


Day 7 – Wednesday August 23, 2017 – Inuvik to Tuktoyaktuk and back
This morning we cruise down the MacKenzie River to the mighty Arctic Ocean. Along the way our guide will stop at a traditional Inuvialuit whaling camp where you will learn about the ancient ways of the people. Next arrive in the coastal community of Tuktoyaktuk, where a local guide will lead you on a historical and cultural tour.  Stop at the beach and take a moment to dip your toe in the Arctic Ocean. The trip back to Inuvik is a scenic flight over the tree line, scanning the expansive vista of the spectacular Mackenzie Delta. The vast landscape is home to the unique geographic feature known as Pingos.  Pingos are ice core hills that only can be found in permafrost areas. Return to Inuvik for a free evening.  
Today’s continental breakfast is included​


Day 8- Thursday August 24, 2017 – Inuvik to Dawson City
Enjoy a leisurely morning in Inuvik before returning to the airport for our flight back to Dawson. Once we arrive back in Dawson City a local guide will take us on tour of the area. Hear the legends and historic tales of the town while also discovering a bit about modern day life in the North. A short drive brings us to the gold fields of Bonanza Creek where you can try your luck at gold panning. We will also tour the legendary engineering feat, Dredge #4. Later see the Robert Service and Jack London cabins.
Today’s breakfast and dinner are included ​


 Day 9 – Friday August 25, 2017 - Dawson City to Beaver Creek
Possibly one of the most scenic drives in the world awaits you today! Leaving Dawson City behind we travel the Top-of-the-World-Highway across the boarder and into Alaska. While most roads traveling through mountains wander through lower elevations, this highway follows along the top of the mountain range for a truly breathtaking drive. Stop in Chicken Alaska before following the famed Alaska Highway back into the Yukon. Later this afternoon we arrive in Beaver Creek, our home for the night. 
Today’s breakfast, lunch & dinner are included


Day 10 – Saturday August 26, 2017 - Beaver Creek to Whitehorse
Continuing along the Alaska Highway this morning brings us to Burwash Landing. From here our route skirts the wild and mountainous Kluane National Park.  Known for its glaciers, marshes, mountains, and sand dunes this vast unsettled and virtually untouched area is designated as a UNESCO World Heritage Site and is home to Mount Logan - the highest peaks in North America. Later today stop at the Haines Junction Visitor Centre before arriving back into Whitehorse this afternoon.
Today’s breakfast is included  


Day 11 – Sunday August 27, 2017 - Whitehorse 
Today we are headed for Skagway Alaska to ride the legendary White Pass and Yukon Railway. Acclaimed to be one of the world’s most scenic rail journeys, this trip carries us from Fraser, BC to Skagway, AK.  Upon arrival in Skagway enjoy some free time to explore the community before returning by coach to Whitehorse this afternoon. Tonight, join your fellow travellers for a most memorable farewell dinner where we’ll toast the completion of our amazing Yukon and Northwest Territories adventure! 
Today’s breakfast and dinner are included  ​


Day 12 – Monday August 28, 2017 - Whitehorse to Victoria 
Enjoy a leisurely morning before transferring to the airport for our early afternoon flight home. Arrive back on Vancouver Island late this afternoon where a transfer will be waiting to take you back home.   
Today’s breakfast is included