We could never get a booking with these folks. They were always full. They seem to cater to predominately asian visitors. So no info on them.
I went to the Aurora Village in early September of this year. I emailed the people a few months ago and they said they were all booked up. I arrived in Yellowknife and called, they were very nice and was able to squeeze me in. The tour guides explained everything in English and Japanese so everyone could understand what was... More
Glad I came to Trip Advisor, I realised I am not the only one to not get a response to an email enquiry from this lot. As someone said why have a website in English and invite enquiries, and then not bother to respond????
This was a great place. We went for two of our four nights and had a great time. They had staff to help you get the best pictures. Each group was assigned a guide and if you were inside and the aurora's were becoming active someone came and told you. We were there towards the end of the season so... More
I understood from other reviews that this outfit cater mainly to Japanese tourists. However their website is professionally written, in English, so one would assume that they do also want the business of English speaking tourists. Well for us that certainly was not the case. Several emails to both the email addresses on their website resulted in complete silence from... More
Very professional - a lot of fun in our heated teepees. They make sure ot assign you a guide in your languate. Amy was amazing and gave us great photography tips. The soup, banna and maple butter were delicious. Thanks Amy!
My husband organized this trip and he was told upfront that Japanese is the first language at the Aurora Village. Initially, he didn't get email responses from them right away but when Ami took over with the responses, everything went smoothly since she speaks English. We stayed at Yellowknife Inn for 2 nights and used the hotel's airport shuttle instead... More
A very professional, highly organized operation who take you to their dedicated site around 30km from Yellowknife. While they take many guests (around 200 the night of my visit), the site is large, they assign you to a small group that has a dedicated, heated teepee and the area does not feel crowded. I
We joined their package for 2 nights Aurora Village package and rent their winter cloths, at first, they offer Yellowknife Inn for package but finally this hotel was full and they provided Days Inn to us. It fine, we happy to move to other hotel but once we reach to the hotel and the winter cloths need us to go... More
The village, a half hour bus ride from town, is very good for viewing the Northern Lights. Our guides Ami and Eka were exceptionally friendly and very helpful. Arctic gear is provided, and there teepees with a fire and hot drinks for when you get too cold. The queue in the gift shop was massive - it took us 3/4... More
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