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See the Reindeer while in the arctic in this day tour option!

Drie Down the new Mackenzie Valley Highway, and experience the magic of 3000+ Reindeer grazing on the Arctic Tundra

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from 1700

  • Winter
  • Day Tours
  • Adventure / Challenging

This will take you on a day trip to experience the brand new Mackenzie Valley highway, which opens November of this year. You will be one of the first people to drive down this engineering masterpiece as you make your way to your drop point. After 1.5 Hour drive, you will jump on the Snowmobile and drive out to the 3000+ Reindeer herd. You will get 2-3 hours at the Reindeer before departing back to the road, and back to Inuvik.

8 - 10 hours

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  • Travel by Car


  • Itinerary
  • What to Bring
  • Cancelation policy
  • You will get picked up at your hotel at 9:00AM. From there you will start your trip down the brand new Mackenzie Valley Highway. After driving for about one hour and a half, you will reach your drop off point. From here you will be assigned a snowmobile and safety equipment, and a quick lesson on snowmobiling techniques and safety. Once completed you will depart into the Arctic Tundra with your local guide until you reach the 3000+ Mackenzie Reindeer herd. Once there you will have warm drinks and gaze upon the mass amount of reindeer grazing in the frozen tundra. Perfect for photos, you will have about 2-3 hours to experience the reindeer before departing back to the highway by snowmobile, and back to Inuvik.

  • Warm Clothes

    Camera

    Thermos

    Sunglasses are helpful while you are not snowmobiling.

  • As most our costs are incurred long before the actual trip, rental or tour takes place, we are bound to the following cancellation fees:

    • 90 Days before tour start: Full refund
    • 90 – 61 days before tour start: 75% refund
    • 60 – 30 days before tour start: 50% refund
    • 30 or fewer days before tour start: No refund possible

    Exceptions to this cancellation policy cannot be made for any reason, including, terrorism, civil unrest or personal emergencies. If unforeseen circumstances require a change in itinerary, we will make every effort to work out an alternative solution. If for any reason we cannot start the tour, due to circumstances, including but not limited, to severe weather, mechanical breakdown or road closures, you will receive a full refund.

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