We are currently living in an "experience" economy. This means that increasingly people are relying on experiences – rather than on objects or material possessions – to add value and meaning into their lives.\nREAD ALSO: A Massive "Walking Dead" Zombie March Is Coming To Quebec\nTL;DR If you've always dreamt of seeing the northern lights, check out Aurora 360 by Tourism Yukon, a package deal you can reserve now to experience the magic of the northern lights in the mesmerizingly beautiful Yukon Territories between the 8th-11th of February 2019.\nIn other words, consumers would rather spend their hard earned cash on experiences, like travelling, day long music festivals, events, and more, instead of material things that only bring a few minutes of happiness.\nThat said, few places in the world offer an experience like that of the rugged and sparsely populated landscapes of the Yukon Territories.\nJust look at these photos of the Yukon! It's so unreal!\nView this post on Instagram It's estimated that around 100,000 people set out to Dawson City during the gold rush. Today, this vibrant community is home to around 1400 friendly locals. 📷 @micaelfromthefarnorth #exploreyukon #explorecanada . . . . . #yukon #enjoycanada #tourcanada #natureaddict #earthpix #theoutbound #wildernessculture #nakedplanet #bestvacations #natgeo A post shared by Travel Yukon (@travelyukon) on Jul 18, 2018 at 9:35am PDT\nView this post on Instagram "It's the beauty that thrills me with wonder..." -Robert Service, from his poem The Spell of the Yukon. 📷 @dcockram #exploreyukon #explorecanada . . . . . #yukon #enjoycanada #tourcanada #natureaddict #earthpix #theoutbound #wildernessculture #nakedplanet #bestvacations #natgeo #travel #tombstones #tombstoneterritorialpark A post shared by Travel Yukon (@travelyukon) on Sep 1, 2018 at 11:54am PDT\nView this post on Instagram "Fields of gold to jagged peaks, not another human around. It's comforting to know that wild places like these still exist." 📷 & quote @everchanginghorizon in Tombstone Territorial Park #exploreyukon #explorecanada . . . . . #yukon #enjoycanada #tourcanada #natureaddict #earthpix #theoutbound #wildernessculture #nakedplanet #bestvacations #natgeo #travel #hiking #tombstonepark A post shared by Travel Yukon (@travelyukon) on Sep 2, 2018 at 1:00pm PDT\n@travelyukonembedded via\nIf you have a taste for outdoor exploration and are curious about the Northern Lights, Tourism Yukon, the Yukon Astronomical Society, and Air North have partnered to help Canadians travel to Yukon and experience a once-in-a-lifetime adventure.\nIt's called the Aurora 360 Experience and it offers 80 passengers an exclusive opportunity in North America to witness the Aurora Borealis.\nThink of this like an "all-inclusive" vacation package, but instead of heading to a loud and busy party beach, you'll be going to calm, rugged, and adventurous Yukon.\nAurora 360 Experience includes accommodations for 4 nights and the following:\nA complete Welcome package\n \n \n A seat on the flight ground transportation to/from your hotel to the airport\n \n \n Ground transportation to/from various events\n \n \n Exclusive autographed Commemorative Certificate\n \n \n Exclusive Commemorative Flight Patch\n \n \n A souvenir booklet, to remind you of the experience\n \n \n Full access to our Guest Speaker panel throughout the event\n \n \n Unique Yukon-flare meals and cultural activities\n \n \n A tour of the Yukon Wildlife Preserve\n \n \n A dip at the Takhini Hot Springs\n \n \n A presentation at the new Yukon Astronomical Observatory\nThe flights are scheduled to take-off between the 8th and the 11th of February 2019.\nThe deal is only open to 80 passengers and tickets are starting at $1,045 CAD per person, including taxes.\nVia aurora-360\nCheck out Narcity Travel for more amazing adventure opportunities!\nFor more information on Aurora360 and to reserve your seat, click HERE!