Under $100: Yukon, Canada

by Nia Scott

Mar 29, 2019

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Under $100 / North America

Yukon is the smallest territory of Canada’s three federal territories and has a small population. Tourists aren’t flocking to this small town, but it’s still a fantastic place to visit.

 

The tourism in Yukon relies on attracting adventure seekers looking to get away from mundane life to spend some time in nature.

 

Enjoy a hearty breakfast at this local favorite, Tomahawk Barbeque. The menu offers dishes one would expect to see at an American diner. The prices are also similar to American diners and will only set you back about $10.

Get the best of Yukon by visiting the Yukon river. It’s a gorgeous river with a scenic mountain view in the background. It’s the perfect place to go kayaking or fishing and there are plenty of vendors looking to help people get into the water. During the morning and midday, the sun glistens on the water creating almost a well-planned scene from a film.

This nicely decorated restaurant is where you should grab lunch. The Wheelhouse Restaurant is perfect for those looking for gluten-free or vegetarian options. The lunch prices aren’t too expensive and will cost an average person less than $15.

After lunch, travel to the next biggest lake, Lake Laberge. Here visitors should enjoy the wilderness while waiting for the sun to set. Once the sun has gone down, the northern lights are usually visible. This phenomenon is a once-in-a-lifetime sight.

For dinner, eat at the highly rated Cork & Bull restaurant. This steakhouse serves some of the most popular steak in the area. Reviewers rave the food is always cooked to perfection. Steakhouses are always expensive so be prepared to spend around $35 per person.

 

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