North of 60 Tour

Come join us in Yellowknife - otherwise known as the Aurora Capital of the world for a whirlwind jam packed tour.  


March 2nd - March 5th, 2018

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Friday March 2nd - Arrive in Yellowknife

Shuttle to the Chateau Nova Hotel.

We will then explore Old Town and head out for dinner at Bullock's Bistro.  

Around 9pm we will be picked up from our hotel for our first night of Aurora viewing at a remote yet well equiped lakeside cabin in the woods.  Hot drinks and sweets will be served. 

Saturday - March 3rd

Witness the grand opening of the Snowking's winter Festival.  Take in some shows featuring local talent.

We will then hop on board a vintage Bombardier to go Ice Fishing Tour on Great Slave Lake for a Lake to plate dining experience and all you can eat buffet lunch.  

We will party the night away in a Snowcastle with Aurora viewing on Great Slave Lake.  

Sunday - March 4th

We can sleep in a bit in the morning, enjoy a nice breakfast and then head out for afternoon of Dog Sledding.  

In the evening, we will be picked up at our hotel for our third night of Aurora Viewing.  We will also enjoy a delicious 3-course Aurora Dinner with choice of main dish Roast Bison Prime Rib or Pan-fried local Whitefish in the beautiful Dining Hall at Aurora Village with extra time to view the Aurora.

Monday - March 5th

We will visit the NWT Legislative Assembly and the Prince of Wales Heritage museum before heading to the airport for our evening flight home.  


We will stay at the Chateau Nova Hotel in Yellowknife.  It is a brand new, full service hotel with great amenities including a fitness centre, steam room, sauna and Quarry Restaurant and Lounge. 


Except for the third night's dinner at Aurora Village and our Lake to plate buffet fish luncheon, meals are not included.

What's Included?

Three nights accommodation at the Chateau Nova Hotel in Yellowknife

Airport transfers to and from our hotel

Taxi service when necessary.

Three nights of Aurora viewing:

  • 1st night in Cabin on Ingraham Trail
  • 2nd night on Great Slave Lake at the Snowcastle
  • 3rd night Aurora viewing at the Aurora Village with dinner

Entrance fees into the Snowcastle on Saturday and live music entertainment in the Snowcastle Saturday night. 

Ice Fishing tour - From Lake to plate and all you can eat fish lunch

Dog Sledding

Personalized photography instruction to ensure you go home with great photos.

Aurora Heat - Natural Fur warmers

Not Included



Winter clothing rental - Unless you have your own top rated Canada Goose, parka it is necessary to rent winter clothing.  

Cost  $1450 per person based on double occupancy

$350.00 Single supplement 

Kind Words

"We are still exhilarated from our Yellowknife tour with Dyanne. Every aspect of the trip met or exceeded our expectations. Dyanne is a well organized and lovely woman with an amazing talent for photography. We took this tour because we wanted to experience Yellowknife with someone who knew the city inside out. Because Dyanne lived there for two years she has many contacts and a wealth of knowledge that we were able to benefit from. We prefer a small group local experience when we travel, so this trip absolutely met that criteria. It was great to not have to organize a thing. We thoroughly enjoyed the Snow Castle opening, walking around Old Town, Bullocks Bistro, going out ice fishing in a vintage bombardier and then eating the catch, dog sledding and sliding at Aurora Village, aurora viewing at a private cabin on a lake and tours of the Legislature Assembly Building and Prince of Wales Museum. The complimentary Aurora Heat sheared beaver hand warmers were a nice souvenir and helped to keep us toasty warm. Dyanne’s patience and expertise with photography helped me achieve amazing photos that I could not have shot on my own. I learnt so much about photography and feel much more comfortable using manual settings on my camera thanks to Dyanne.We travel considerably and this trip rates up there as one of the best!" - Mary Anne and Marty


"I toured with them two years ago and had the time of my life, it was a great time. All the things that she has listed except for the dogsledding I have done up there. 

I would make the trip just to go to Bullock‘s bistro and have white fish every day such a cool place unbelievable food the fish that they serve hasn’t been out of the water for more than a couple of hours so you can imagine the taste, photographing the northern lights takes your breath away, we drove down the highway one day looking for Woodland bison and finally saw them but even better was the fox that was crossing the road that I got amazing photos of.

I give it 6 stars out of 5!" - Peter

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