It took us 1h for the walking 5km tour...nice view of all the animals....but disappointed that there was no bear...
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We took the bus tour this time because we had two children with us. The tour guide was great. He told us very interesting facts about the animals and answered all our questions. We saw many animals and the children loved it. I have walked...More
This is a very large preserve, with massive enclosures. Many of the animals were found injured in the wild (like one of the red foxes) or as orphaned babies who could not be released. The animals were well cared for, and the enclosures mimic a...More
We were fortunate to see lots of the Yukon animals that live at the Preserve: thinhorn sheep, mountain goats, bison, muskox, deer, caribou, moose...the list goes on. When we were leaving, a black bear wandered across the road at the entrance to the Preserve, too....More
This place has been a must visit since day one! I live here and go every year at least once. I've had so many wonderful experiences at the preserve I always come back for more. Kids love it and their interactive displays and gift shop...More
We visited this attraction as part of an organised package to the Yukon based in Whitehorse. This attraction is well worth the time to visit and we did get to see all the resident animals although the Moose were only seen from a distance. Allow...More
I'm a little bias here because i used to visit this place befor it became the wildlife preserve. It's neat to see Yukon wildlife in somewhat natural habitat,and their enclosures are large enough so they have room to move around. The staff are great, and...More
I live in Whitehorse and go to the Wildlife preserve often. There's a tour bus, but the walk is so refreshing and connects you with nature. It's quite a nice, long walk, with a spectacular view around. Looking at wild animals up close, being able...More
Thank you so much for supporting the Preserve, further thank you for taking the time to review your experiences. I just wanted to take a quick moment to clarify that there are two very important rules when visiting the Preserve which is no touching and...More
The wildlife preserve is a great place to take your family of all ages. They have a shuttle that will take you by all of the animal pens, or if you enjoy a good walk, then they have a 5km route that takes you past...More