Yukon

Do you hear that? It’s the Adventurer’s canoe expedition down the Yukon River – crafted for those yearning a connection with nature, seeking adventure, rejuvenation and self-discovery. Both the river and paddle experience are immense, beautiful and memorable. Feel your hand dip into the Yukon River as you navigate over 402km of pure Canadian adventure under the dancing Aurora Borealis.

You will spend days discovering the Yukon River by paddling from Carmacks to Dawson City, visiting some of the places where the gold rush captured so many hearts and souls. You and your fellow adventurers will also have the opportunity to discover Whitehorse, Takhini Hot Springs and the famous Dawson City. At each campfire we will recite famous Robert Service poems, including “The Shooting of Dan McGrew” and “The Cremation of Sam Magee”.


Features
  • Experiential learning
  • Improve outdoor and survival skills
  • Build independence and self-confidence
  • Develop leadership skills
Testimonials
  • “I increased my cultural and global awareness & learnt about Canada’s rich Gold Rush and Indigenous history.

    Dejan Kruger – Croatia

  • No previous camping nor canoeing experience was really necessary. We had a good time and worked hard.¨

    Cassandra Albornoz – Chile

  • Qualified guides lead and supervise the group 24 hours a day. Maximum of 15 campers to ensure a small group focus.

    Dan Syllabes father of Cora & Pearl – San Marino

  • I love what we do at camp because it brings out the best of each individual, so this united small community really gets to bond.

    Jeff Willis – Camp Director

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Yukon Sky

Canoeing 735+ km of the Yukon River and Lake Labarge
Sleeping under the stars on river islands Hiking
Exploring historical and abandoned settlements along the river

  • We receive campers from over 25 different nationalities every summer.

Location: Yukon, Canada. 

Discover:Whitehorse (4 days) Yukon River (17 days)
Dawson City (1 day) Fort Selkirk (only accessible
by water)

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Age Range: 13 – 17 years old

Welcoming Airport:  Airport       CODE> 

2018 Session Dates:  

  • August 2 to 22, 2018
US $4,040 
Price includes instruction, food, most camping gear, transportation while on trip

Includes:

  • Full Program
  • Airport Shuttle
  • Medical Coverage
  • Travel Insurance
  • All Equipment & Material

Does not Inlcude:

    • Air Fares
    • Visa processing Expenses
    • Personal Expenses
    • Laundry Expenses
WORLD BOUND YOUTH LEADERSHIP ADVENTURE

Learn new skills with a culturally diverse group of fellow international campers Improve outdoor skills

Build independence and confidence while improving your leadership abilities Learn about Canadian and Indigenous history
Build strong river canoeing skills Visit four top Canadian universities to get a sense of university life in Canada

Location: British Columbia and Yukon, Canada

DISCOVER:

  • Whistler (3 days)
  • Whitehorse (2 days)
  • Yukon River (7 days)
  • Dawson City (2 days)
  • Fort Selkirk (only accessible by water)
  • Victoria (1 day)[/columnize]
Age Range: 14 – 17 years old

Welcoming Airport:  International Airport       CODE> 

2018 Session Dates:  

  • July 12 – August 1st
US 4,500
Includes: Price includes instruction, food, most camping gear, transportation while on trip (including flight between Vancouver and Whitehorse)

  • Full Program
  • Full Room & Board
  • Airport Shuttle
  • Medical Coverage
  • Travel Insurance
  • All Equipment & Material

Does not Inlcude:

    • International Air Fares
    • Visa processing Expenses
    • Personal Expenses
    • Laundry Expenses

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