Northern Canada, colloquially known as The North, lies north of the Arctic Circle, east of Alaska and west of Greenland. This area covers about 39% of Canada’s total land area but has less than 1% of Canada’s population; The North is an iconic yet mysterious region. What is in your imagination of this area? Snow, freezing temperatures, Igloos, Tundra, Caribou crossing, Northing Lights, Dogsledding and Inuit culture. What is your wish list? Please came to explore and experience this crystal world.
The "Great North"
Yukon is a territory in northwest Canada that is wild, mountainous and sparsely populated. In the late 1890s, Yukon was famous for the Klondike gold rush; Dawson and Whitehouse were a prosperous city with many diggers and settlers. You can still see the history after a century. Yukon has become a popular destination for outdoor activities such as hiking, kayaking, wildlife viewing, snowmobiling and aurora viewing. Yukon is also well-known for “a journey of a lifetime” for bikers who travel from here to Alaska and as an excursion tour for cruise passengers.
The Northwest Territories larger than all but a handful of sovereign nations; it has where Canada’s biggest river weaves through, and herds of caribou crossing darken the horizon, and polar bears roar, great whales’ spout water; Here is the home of over 42,000 people, barely one-thousandth of the Canadian population. Yet half of the population is Indigenous and boasts 11 official languages to cultivate the culture and life. Here, you do not just see nature or the land, and you will also see the unique people and ancient history.