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Sunday, July 12, 2009

Yukon Honeymoon Packages And Deals

In the beauty of Canada backcountry lies all the makings of a fantastic Yukon honeymoon. For the couple that doesn't like to fuss and loves to spend time outdoors, this is the perfect blend of modern convenience and outdoor living. A Yukon honeymoon is as unique as the newlywed couple who makes the reservation.

Yukon Forest Cabins is one of the options for accommodations on a Yukon honeymoon. The two extra long twin beds can be easily pushed together into a comfortable king sized bed. All cabins are furnished with a complete kitchen and ingredients for breakfast cooking. The owners' hens lay the eggs that are provided and the jams and biscuits are homemade as well. It is important to note that groceries need to be brought with you as the nearest store is quite a drive. A local restaurant is available a few minutes down the road though. Each cabin also comes with a rowboat and a canoe for you to explore the riverside. Hiking Trails and skiing trails are also accessible for hours of romantic walks.

Another option for your Yukon honeymoon is a resort location. The Dawson Peaks Resort offers both cabins and motel accommodations for you and your new spouse to enjoy. A restaurant is available for fresh cooked meals and a gift shop as well. Also found in the Yukon is the Spirit Lake Wilderness Resort. Here you will find log style cabins, lakeside cabins, and cottage rooms for you to enjoy. Fishing adventures and flightseeing tours can be arranged for your nature appetite. For the outdoor-sy couple, the Yukon offers sport and beauty in the majesty of Canadian wilderness.

With all of the water available, a Yukon honeymoon can included a variety of water activities. Chartered fishing boats and river trips can be arranged quite easily and provide an up close and personal view of Canada and its dense forests.

A Yukon honeymoon is not for the faint of heart, but modern conveniences have been put in place to prevent people from having to start their own fires or shiver in their cabins as they try to enjoy their honeymoon.


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