Exploring Canada’s True North

Exploring Canada’s True North

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Kristy Taylor, Advisor
New Minas, NS
ktaylor@maritimetravel.ca

“Spectacular and larger than life are the adjectives I would choose to describe these territories. There are so many extraordinary experiences waiting to be uncovered in Canada’s North, but one of my recommended adventures would be a snowmobiling excursion over the Tundra in search of the caribou herd.” 

A road made of ice that leads directly across the Arctic … Dawson City mushers preparing their teams for the hardest dog-sledding race on Earth … warm welcomes and a vibrant music scene—Canada’s North offers all the allure of a grand adventure, along with home-grown charm and hospitality.

“An expedition to the Yukon and Northwest Territories is the ultimate Canadian experience.” says Kristy Taylor, Maritime Travel Advisor, New Minas, NS. “I was blown away by the vibrant culture and music scene in Whitehorse; the beauty of the huge Yukon River which flows through the city; the thrill of snowmobiling across the Tundra in search of reindeer; and then slicing through the Arctic Ocean on a road made of ice. It’s a once-in-a-lifetime adventure.”

A northern expedition is also uniquely Canadian in that it covers all three coasts—from the Atlantic to the Pacific to the Arctic. “The territories are so vast—but then, that’s what we’re all about in this beautiful country,” says Krista. “Ask me about the many ways you can experience the Yukon and Northwest Territories—from cruise-ship-based Polar expeditions to fly-and-hike holidays, there are tons of options from which to choose.”

Ask Krista