Adventure Canada’s goal is to help every traveller become an enthusiastic ambassador for the regions and the cultures we visit. We believe travel is an opportunity to enrich people’s lives. And we believe getting to know the world is one way of becoming a better global citizen.
Connect with our friendly expedition team who share their passions and experiences with you. They’re more than just renowned scientists, prolifically-cited historians, award-winning filmmakers, bestselling authors, and celebrated artists.
Our expedition team members are warm, friendly, and approachable individuals who will help you in and out of a Zodiac, chat with you over a cup of coffee, or tear it up on the dance floor. Presentations, hands-on workshops, guided hikes, and hosted dinner tables are just some of the ways you’ll learn more about where we’re travelling.
Our expeditions take you to hard-to-reach destinations that are best explored by small ship. Journey to uninhabited European isles that are difficult or impossible to get to by road, rail, or air.
Explore beautiful and rugged Arctic waterways where Inuit have called home for generations. Or kick up a jig at kitchen parties in remote Atlantic fishing villages. Explore these seldom-seen coastlines and make lifelong memories of the road less travelled.
Get out onto the water daily in our large fleet of safe and stable Zodiacs. These boats take us where the action is—they can access even the most hard-to-reach fjords, channels, and beaches!
By Zodiac, we search for wildlife, cruise amongst icebergs, explore natural and historic sites, visit welcoming communities, and meander dramatic coastlines. Our goal is to get off the ship as often as possible so that you can experience the environment to the fullest.
Listen to the cacophony of tens of thousands of seabirds at their breeding colonies. Watch in amazement at the graceful leaps and twirls of whales. You might even catch a whiff of a particularly fragrant herd of walrus.
Our expert guides take you to where you’re most likely to see abundant and elusive wildlife, while always keeping a respectful and safe distance: whales and seabirds in Atlantic Canada and North Atlantic Europe, and muskox, seals, and polar bears in the High Arctic.
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