The Yukon offers rich and varied wilderness adventures and now it also offers unique and authentic Indigenous experiences all within a short drive from Whitehorse. Here are 3 that I fell in love with.
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There are no small adventures in the Yukon
Hello Yukon, I’m back and I couldn’t be more excited. You may well remember my first visit to the Yukon was in the summer of 2017. To this day it is ranked as one of my top three travel experiences.
From the hilarious to the jaw-dropping, 4 things to do in Honolulu. This is not my first time in Honolulu and when I set out looking for some fun and unique things to do I decided to mix it up a bit. I wanted a bit of culture, history, activity and something uniquely Hawaiian. I’ve found them.
Hawaii Volcano tours by air, land and foot. It is my third time visiting the Island of Hawai’i and my third time visiting the volcanoes that have made Hawaii one of the most beautiful places on earth. It is only fitting on my third visit to explore Hawaiian volcanoes in three ways.
When I say Regina, Saskatchewan what comes to mind? For me, there are two things. First up is the RCMP Academy “Depot” Divison and second is Wascana Lake. Both date their formation to the early to mid-1880s and both are still in full operation today.
Have you ever considered a winter shopping trip to Toronto? I know our first thoughts are often to fly south to warmer climates but you may want to think twice and choose Canada’s largest city instead. Plus the Hotel X Toronto has just opened and it is like a resort in the heart of the city
“I wish I had a river I could skate away on, I wish I had a river so long I would teach my feet to fly”. Joni Mitchell immortalized those words and the South Saskatchewan River in the song River in 1970 and 48 years later you can walk in her footsteps along the Joni Mitchell Promenade.