Can you imagine trying to walk silently along a secluded trail, careful not to disturb wildlife, with 20 or 30 other travelers? Or stepping ashore on a remote river to explore pristine boreal wilderness with dozens of other tourists at your side? At Nature Tours of Yukon Inc., they know that meaningful nature encounters must take place in small groups. That's why their trips average just five to twelve guests, by far the smallest groups in the industry. This not only guarantees you much more personal close-up wildlife encounters, it also ensures a lower-impact presence on the planet's special places we all love.
Despite all the intricate planning that goes into creating a superlative nature adventure, they know a successful trip can only happen with an extraordinary guide at the helm. That’s why they're proud to have a collection of fine Yukon wilderness guides! Not many companies undertake in-depth guide training as they do. Nature Tours of Yukon has the most experienced guides available in Yukon.
Nature Tours of Yukon is based in Whitehorse for 25 years. They are a member of Wilderness Tourism Association Yukon (WTAY), Tourism Industry Association Yukon (TIA Yukon), Klondike Visitors Association (KVA), and Canadian Inbound Tourism Association Asia Pacific (CITAP).