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Canada's East Coast
Explore Canada's East Coast including Sable Island, Perce, Quebec, Gros Morne National Park, Newfoundland & Labrador, and even the quaint taste of France in St.Pierre & Miquelon. Family friendly tours take you to see the famous wild horses of Sable Island as well as sea kayaking, stand up paddle boarding and cycling excursions throughout the voyage.
Exploring the coastal wild lands of Newfoundland & Labrador, this expedition cruise travels through the western shores of Newfoundland including Gros Morne National Park, and Torngat National Park. This voyage links several fascinating historic locations on Canada’s east coast including L'ans Aux Meadow, the Fortress of Louisbourg National Historic Site and local outports of Labrador.
This celebrated voyage explores the remote Northwest Passage, starting in western Greenland and finishing in the remote Arctic outpost of Cambridge Bay, at the western extremity of the fabled waterway. We follow in the footsteps of the early Arctic explorers such as Franklin, Amundsen and Larsen, exploring the archipelago of islands and channels that create Canada’s high Arctic region. This is the home of the polar bear, the barren ground grizzly bear, musk ox, caribou and walrus.
Join Alex Trebek for chances to see iconic wildlife on this life-altering adventure in Canada’s High Arctic. Enjoy a fly-in experience with aerial views of dramatic landscapes. Guided by Inuit and travelling in small groups, journey to the floe edge for full days of discovery. Witness the migration of narwhal and beluga, spot majestic polar bears, and experience the magnificence of the last vast wilderness on Earth: the Canadian Arctic.
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Join us for the ultimate ‘White Christmas’ on a memorable voyage to the Antarctic Peninsula on the more capable, and more comfortable RCGS Resolute. Towering glaciers, amazing wildlife encounters, snow-covered landscapes, massive icebergs and the option to choose your favorite activities each day make this voyage the perfect way to spend the holiday season. In the waters of the Antarctic Peninsula, we spend our days off the ship exploring by Zodiac boat, making several shore landings each day in the company of our expert guides. We discover Antarctica and its remarkable wildlife through photography, zodiac excursions, hiking onshore, and, for the more adventurous, camping and sea kayaking. Visits to historic huts and the opportunity to visit a working research station add another dimension to the voyage.
Cross the circle and enjoy more time exploring the Antarctic Peninsula. Utilizing our decades of experience, we have designed a voyage allowing us to reach our objective of the Antarctic Circle in just 11 days. On the way south, we enjoy eight days of off-ship exploration visiting a large number of landing sites and cruising among the ice floes in our Zodiac boats, before reaching the Antarctic Circle in the vicinity of Detaille Island.
South & Central America
Commencing in Ushuaia, we make our way north through a vast network of deep fjords and channels, occasionally venturing out to the Pacific Ocean as we navigate towards Valparaiso — Chile’s historic deep-sea port. We explore our surroundings by Zodiac boat, approaching huge glaciers and observing resident and migratory wildlife and birdlife. On shore, we enjoy hikes of varying durations to outstanding viewpoints, in the company of expert guides.
Central America Adventure
Nowhere else in the world can you find a concentration of wildlife like that of Central America – in particular Costa Rica and Panama. Costa Rica alone has over 840 identified species of birds and with over a quarter of the country identified as national parks, these protected areas are a naturalist’s dream.
Islands of the North Atlantic
Our voyage begins in Scotland, known for its rich tapestry of history, culture and rugged, natural beauty. Harsh lands are fringed by a dramatic coastline, broken up by the occasional fishing village and quaint seaside town. Passing through the Outer Hebrides, the UK’s most remote islands, our voyage continues to the unique landscape of the Faroe Islands. An archipelago in the middle of the North Atlantic, the Faroe Islands are some of the most remote, inhabited islands in the world. Famous for their natural beauty, rolling green hills and grass covered roofs, the country is dominated by steep mountains, sheep, and the largest colony of storm petrels in the world. The weather is volatile, but this doesn’t seem to bother the millions of seabirds that settle here.