Discover The Yukon With CanaDream RV

CanaDream RV has reopened its Whitehorse station, offering the opportunity to venture into the Yukon wilderness in the “ultimate cabin-on-wheels.”

Starting May 15, guests can rent a fully-equipped CanaDream RV from the station’s convenient base, just minutes from Whitehorse Airport and downtown, a launch point to explore the Yukon, Northwest Territories and Alaska.

With over 25 years of experience in the RV rental business, CanaDream is the natural choice for motorhome explorers of all ages; families, couples and friends can explore the Yukon wilds from the comfort of a Maxi Travel Camper sleeping two adults and one child with high quality furnishings, including plush linens and hotel grade mattresses.

Whether it’s the towering peaks of the Tombstone Territorial Park that inspire travellers, the Indigenous cultural heritage of the 14 unique First Nations that have called the Yukon home for over 12,000 years, or driving the legendary Dempster Highway across the Arctic Circle, “the Yukon’s adventures are best experienced with the ease and flexibility of a CanaDream RV.”

Travel agents can visit CanaDream’s Trip Planner Tool for suggested itineraries, including: The Golden Circle (14 days) which starts and ends in Whitehorse, taking guests over the mountains to the Pacific Ocean and winds through coastal rainforest, pristine rivers and lakes.

Cross into Alaska with the Northern Lights Tour (14 days) for the best chance of witnessing nature’s greatest display. Take in the flourishing local culinary scene of Dawson City before crossing the border on the Top of the World Highway to the Denali National Park then onto Anchorage, before returning to Whitehorse via Kluane National Park and the Carcross Desert.

Check out the CanaDream Club for offers on hotels, attractions and campsites to make travel planning even easier. CanaDream “ensures guests can experience adventure travel without compromising on personal comfort levels and is  recognized as a Safe Travels company by the World Travel & Tourism Council.” The company is “determined to put safety first, measures like online check-in, self-guided operating demos and strict sanitization protocols have been designed with the wellbeing of guests, team members and the community top of mind.

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