If you’re a resident of British Columbia, Northwest Territories or Nunavut you don’t have to wait for someday to see the Yukon, because it opened on July 1st. So trade your staycation plans for real vacation plans this summer, and get ready for beautiful camping locations, glacier-fed lakes, native wildlife viewings, and scenic mountain hikes far away from the crowds.
Yukon’s borders are also now open to the rest of Canada, but with strict public health measures in place, including the need to self-isolate for 14-days. Some Canadian residents may be exempt from the self-isolation requirement, such as critical workers and individuals transiting through Yukon.
Find out all you need to know before you go.
**Before you leave, please visit yukon.ca and contact our Travel Counsellors at firstname.lastname@example.org or 1-800-661-0494 for the latest updates on travel restrictions and border enforcement, as the situation may change quickly.