While traveling to the Yukon is still an unforgettable experience, it looks a little different right now. We've gathered some information to help you plan your trip.
Travel into the Yukon
Travellers arriving in the Yukon from anywhere in Canada will not have to self-isolate if they have received their 2nd dose of a Health Canada approved vaccine at least 14 full days before entering the Yukon. As of June 18, 2021, youth under the age of 12 do not need to self-isolate if they are entering the Yukon from within Canada and are travelling with fully vaccinated parents or caregivers.
Travellers entering the Yukon from anywhere in Canada must:
- complete a declaration form upon entry confirming their full vaccination; and
- consent to having their vaccine status verified.
As of June 18, 2021, youth under the age of 12 do not need to self isolate if they are entering the Yukon from within Canada and are travelling with fully vaccinated parents or caregivers.
If a traveller received their vaccination in Yukon or British Columbia, they do not need to submit proof of vaccination. If a traveller received their vaccination outside of Yukon and British Columbia, they must submit proof of vaccination to email@example.com. Travellers can withdraw consent at any time by contacting 1-877-374-0425.
Parks and campgrounds
Some parks and campgrounds are open and have guidelines for visitors, including that people need to be more self-contained.
Closures, cancellations, facility access and services
Find out about cancellations, changes in service, closures and restricted access to facilities in Yukon.
Travel restrictions within Canada
Travel restrictions and recommendations are in effect for travel to Canada, within Canada, and departing Canada.
Government of Yukon
Yukon COVID-19 Information, Restrictions, Guidelines and Recommendations