We hope you are taking care, at home, wherever that may be for you. While travel to the Yukon is still an unforgettable experience, it is a little different now, so we have gathered some information to help you plan your trip.

Travel into the Yukon

Starting November 20, every person entering the Yukon will be required to self-isolate for 14-days upon arrival. This includes residents of British Columbia, the Northwest Territories and Nunavut.

See Current COVID-19 situation and Border restrictions during COVID-19 for the most recent updates
Visit Information for people entering Yukon 
Download handout: Information for People Entering Yukon


Parks and campgrounds

Some parks and campgrounds are open and have guidelines for visitors, including that people need to be more self-contained.

Visit Yukon Parks and campgrounds: COVID-19 updates
Visit Parks Canada: COVID-19 updates

Closures, cancellations, facility access and services

Find out about cancellations, changes in service, closures and restricted access to facilities in Yukon.

Visit Yukon Closures, cancellations, facility access and services 

Travel restrictions within Canada

Travel restrictions and recommendations are in effect for travel to Canada, within Canada, and departing Canada.

Visit Government of Canada Coronavirus disease (COVID-19): Travel restrictions, exemptions and advice 

Stay informed

Government of Yukon
Yukon COVID-19 Information, Restrictions, Guidelines and Recommendations