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
At the moment, every person entering the Yukon is required to self-isolate for 14-days upon arrival. Beginning May 25, 2021, people arriving in Yukon from anywhere in Canada will not have to self-isolate if they are fully vaccinated with a Health Canada-approved vaccine, provided their vaccination status can be confirmed. Children and youth will not be included in this exemption until they are able to receive the COVID-19 vaccine.
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