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Yukon Klondike Adventure By Bus

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Join the fun and excitement on this fascinating bus tour taking you on Yukon Klondike adventures that will guarantee to captivate you in ways you would never imagine.

Yukon Klondike Adventures by Bus

These Yukon Klondike adventurea are guaranteed to leave you begging for more! Skagway is home to the gold-rush era buildings, now preserved as part of the Klondike Gold Rush National Historical Park. The White Pass and Yukon Route Railroad runs vintage locomotives past the famously steep Chilkoot trail and offers sweeping mountain views.

Included with this tour is an adventure well into the Yukon Territory on the famous Klondike Highway. The grandeur and picturesque beauty of the Yukon are present in this fully narrated excursion to Carcross, Canada, and Emerald Lake. Along the way, there will be ample opportunities for stops to view and photograph waterfalls, majestic mountains, glaciers, historic sites and the pristine beauty of Alaska.

Upon your arrival at Caribou Crossing Trading Post, you will enjoy a Yukon style BBQ chicken lunch with coleslaw, baked potato, homemade roll, and all-you-can-eat cake donuts. On this tour, your admission into the Yukon Wildlife Museum, Royal Canadian Mounted Police Museum and Husky Puppy Camp is free.

You will be captivated and amused on all of these Yukon Klondike adventures with our professional tour guides who take great pride in showing our guests how spectacular our beautiful area really is. Also, enjoy our comfortable 24-passenger bus with large viewing windows for a trip not to be soon forgotten. Complimentary drop off service is provided in town or at your cruise ship dock after this tour. Tour operates all weather conditions.

About Shore Excursions Group
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Shore Excursions Group was created with one goal in mind: to provide exceptional travel experiences to cruise passengers in the ports they visit around the world. To accomplish this, we have compiled an exceptional array of tours delivered by local experts with decades of experience serving travelers and delivering excellent tours. Our owners and management team are comprised of seasoned travel industry executives who leverage their considerable experience to deliver memorie ...
from $142.00 (USD)
Per Person
Tour Type
Group Size
Activity Type(s)
Tour Duration
6.5 Hours
Activity Level
Tour Leaves From
Cruise Ship Pier
Food/Beverage Provided
Lunch is included.
Special Instructions
We recommend to dress in layers and wear comfortable walking shoes.
The minimum age to attend the tour is 3 years old. This tour cannot accommodate (and is not accessible to) wheelchairs, motorized scooters, or strollers. Guests must be able to pull themselves up onto and down from the motorcoach. Please be aware that this tour operates in the wilderness, hours away from medical facilities. Although staff do have general first aid knowledge, this tour is not recommended for guests with serious medical conditions. The tour will be crossing the Canadian border and then back across the US border. All US and Canadian citizens who are 16 and older will be required to present a valid passport. It is suggested to bring a photo ID as well. Any guest unable to produce the proper identification will not be able to participate.US and Canadian citizens who are 15 years old or younger may travel with a certified birth certificate. People of all other citizenships are required to have a photo ID, a passport, and visa (If required) in their possession when crossing the border. All minors must be accompanied by a legal guardian. If they are traveling with someone else, they must have a letter of consent signed by all of the minor's legal guardians. Any single adult traveling with a child under 18, must provide a death certificate for the non-accompanying parent(s) OR a certified letter from the non-accompanying parent(s) stating: 1) The accompanying parent has permission to take the child across the border, 2) The accompanying parent has the authority to make any and all decisions regarding any medical care required by the child, 3) Provide a daytime telephone number for the non-accompanying parent where they can be reached if there are any questions.