Frequently Asked Questions

Does Classic Canadian Tours provide any insurance?

Classic Canadian Tours does not provide travel insurance  If you would like to purchase travel insurance we suggest that you first check with your credit card company, as it may be offered on purchases made with your credit card.  Travel insurance may also be purchased through your car or home insurance provider or through a travel insurance company, such as Travel Guard. Trip cancellation and interruption insurance will ensure that you are covered in the event that you are not able to make the trip for a personal reason, such as illness or if your trip is interrupted for an unforeseen reason, such as weather.  Travel medical insurance, will pay the upfront costs not covered by Provincial Healthcare, such as evacuation, if you do not have extended health benefits.  Only your insurance provider will be able to let you know your exact coverage. 

 

How should I dress for my Yukon Tour?

You will need winter wear for the Yukon in February.  A warm coat, sweater, snow pants, warm gloves or mitts, a knit hat (toque), warm winter boots, glove/mitt liners help keep you warm while taking pictures.  A full set of winter wear is available for rent.  Please see options under the Northern Lights Tour.  All activities are casual; so comfy and warm is all that you need!

What is the luggage allowance?

Guests will be allowed two pieces of carry-on luggage, not to exceed 10 kg (22lbs) combined and two pieces of checked luggage, not to exceed 45 kg (100 lbs) combined and no single piece heavier than 32 kg (70 lbs).  Please review Air North's Luggage Policy for details, prior to departure.

 for details, prior to departure.