Hummer Tour Into The Yukon

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The perfect way to explore the Yukon!

Gold prospectors didn't have Hummers but do you think if you gave a caveman a flame thrower he would have kept rubbing sticks together? Probably not, so hop behind the wheel of this four wheel drive vehicle and head out on an adventure into the Yukon territory by taking one of the most famous routes blazed by prospectors in the late 1800s.

Radio communication with the lead vehicle connects you with your friendly guide who will tell interactive tales of the gold rush era. We're taking the scenic route, following the Klondike Highway there will be numerous photo stops along the way. You will see Pitchfork Falls, Moore Bridge, Dead Horse Gulch, Bracket Wagon Trail and Tormented Valley on your way to the historic village of Carcross which was named after the crossing point at the headwaters of the Yukon River. Venture past Carcross to the Carcross Desert, the smallest desert in the world, before making a stop at the true highlight of this adventure, Emerald Lake, known for its vivid turquoise water. Several points along the route will allow drivers to rotate.

Get out of your cabin and into the Yukon on this adventurous program. If the prospectors never left their homes they would have never found all that gold. Don't forget that.

- All Hummers have radio communication with the guide vehicle and are automatic transmission.
- A snack consisting of reindeer sausage, cheese, crackers and bottled water.
- Tour times vary daily and will be assigned upon confirmation. During check out you will have a choice between a morning or afternoon program. We will also ask if you have any other tours booked while in port.

- Since this excursion enters Canada, all citizens MUST carry a valid passport. The only exception to this requirement is for U.S. citizens under the age of 16 (or under 19, if traveling with a school, religious, or other youth group) who need only present a birth certificate. If you plan to travel to Canada with a minor who is not your own child or for whom you do not have full legal custody or one parent is not present, you will be required to present a letter of consent from the minor’s parents including a signature. It should include dates of travel, parents’ names, and photocopies of their state-issued IDs.
- Drivers must be at least 25 years old and are required to show a valid drivers license and must sign a liability/insurance waiver.
- You must be at least 5 years old to participate.
- Booster seats will be provided for children between the ages 5 and 8 upon request.
- Canadian residents may not drive the vehicle into Canada due to Canadian law.

Days offered: 7 days a week

Departures:
  • 07:30 AM, duration: 5.5 hours
  • 02:00 PM, duration: 5.5 hours


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