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    Classic Bus Tour

    by Destination NWT




    Bus Tour Price Range :

    $79 + 5% GST per person start

    【2 hrs】




    In Bus tour you will See and learn all about Yellowknife. Including visitor center, ice road, museums, government building, Bush Pilots Monument, diamond center and galleria. Through this tour, you will see a lot famous attractions in Yellowknife. You will have a chance to know about Yellowknife, even the past, now and future. The Ice Century Heritage, aboriginal culture, and fur trade history can be the a interesting part of this trip. You will also see beautiful scenery of Yellowknife City.




    Helicopter Adventure Tour

    by Summit Helicopter




    Helicopter Tour Price Range:

    $100 + 5% GST per person start

    【45 mins】

    $500 + 5% GST per Helicopter start

    【Max 5 person】


    In Helicopter Tour you will see the Yellowknife city in the sky. Including lakes, ice road, old Town, downtown and new south side. Tour guides will tell you stories about Yellowknife and its mysterious history. This tour will let you have a bird eye view of this city.




    Please Note:

    All trips by helicopter are weather dependent and it could happen that unforeseen circumstances change, delay, or cancel a trip with short notice.




    Walk in the Past

    Old Town Tour

    by Strong Interpretation



    Old Town Walk Tour Price Range :

    $75 + 5% GST per person start

    【3 hrs】




    There is gold under them there streets! Some say it all began with gold, but the beginnings of the North came way before that. Shed the present and take a walk through Yellowknife’s past, hear some of the stories, meet some of the characters, and taste some of the history. This tour will end with a refreshing cup of tea and Rosie's famous scones (a fancy version of the traditional bannock).




    Special Considerations:
    Please come dressed for the weather and wear comfortable walking shoes, plus bring your own water bottle. There will be stairs to climb to the top of Pilot’s Monument.