Discover Yellowknife the home for famous arctic diamonds, Ice Pilots television series and the spectacular Aurora Borealis on this 3-hour sightseeing tour.
• 3 hours
Hunt for the mystical Aurora Borealis, or more commonly known as the Northern Lights, and then dine at the classy Aurora Village lodge restaurant. The first 2 nights of your tour will take you into the wilderness to search for the best aurora viewing. Transportation is included to and from your hotel. On your third night, the tour takes you to one of the world's best aurora viewing facilities featuring heated tee-pees. Wine and dine at the Aurora Village camp whilst waiting for the Northern Lights to paint the sky for you. At the end of the tour your driver and guide will guide you back to your hotel.
• 4 hours
As a tourist attraction, the Snowcastle is at the top of the pile of the many wonderful winter things to do in Yellowknife. And though it might melt away every year, the community of Yellowknife has enough hot chocolate scented, music infused, and northern lights show extravaganzas to last until the next year’s festival begins.
• 1 hour
Discover ancient ice-age rocks that have been in existence for more than 2.6 billion years on this guided, 2.5-hour, small-group snowshoeing tour in Yellowknife. Strap on a pair of comfortable, modern snowshoes and hit the open trail. Yellowknife is the capital city of Canada’s Northwest Territories, located on the north shore of Great Slave Lake. Explore the scenic Frame Lake Trail and watch for local wildlife that frequent the trail as part of their natural environment.
• 2.5 hours
See Yellowknife’s frozen boat houses on Great Slave Lake with this scenic, 30-minute helicopter tour. Soar above this capital city of Canada’s Northwest Territories with an exclusive sightseeing tour. Enjoy a fabulous view of frozen boat houses on Great Slave Lake from a state-of-the-art, Bell 206B helicopter. Choose from a morning or afternoon departure time. Local hotel pickup and drop-off included.
• 30 minutes
This half-day tour from Yellowknife gives you an opportunity to take a close look at wood bison, known as mountain buffalo. It's also possible to come across other wild animals, such as foxes, bears or wolves. Learn the little-known facts about wood bison and a rich history that connects them with many communities around Yellowknife from your informative and professional tour guide.
• 5 hours