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Canada’s most adventurous adventures are not for the faint of heart

Canada is home to a truly different landscape, culture, waterways and wildlife. There has never been a better opportunity to discover some of the most amazing and unique experiences in the country for the adventurous traveler. Here are some adventures in Canada not for the faint of heart.

High Arctic Explorer Cruise – adventures in Canada

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High-Arctic-Explorer-tour

A High Arctic Explorer tour lets you see beautiful landscapes and incredible animal sightings. These tours allow one to witness polar bears, walruses, muskox, arctic birds, and other amazing wildlife. Explore the Tallurutiup Imanga National Marine Conservation Area’s abundant biodiversity and climb on Devon Island, the world’s largest deserted island. In addition to seeing Arctic animals, passengers travel aboard crew who have extensive knowledge of natural history, photography, Inuit culture, geology, and history, providing a great learning experience.

Floe Edge in June

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Floe-Edge-canada

This tour is ideal for nature enthusiasts because it brings you to the ice and open sea boundaries at the very top of Hudson Bay. You’ll ride your snowmobile across the ice to the floe edge, where you’ll set up camp and spend the next few days in a one-of-a-kind location. Polar bears may be seen racing around the ice’s borders nearby. Pushing their boundaries into the warming sea, Narwhal, Beluga, and Bowhead Whales may pass you by, as may spectacular Arctic birds such as the stunning King Eider.

Expedition to Gwaii Haanas – adventures in Canada

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Gwaii-Haanas

Explore the secluded island archipelago off British Columbia’s northwest coast, frequently referred to as “Canada’s Galapagos.” Explore ancient Haida town sites and abundant marine life including as puffins, albatrosses, sunfish, jellyfish, killer whales, and humpback whales. Guests will discover Gwaii Haanas National Park Reserve, National Marine Conservation Area Reserve, and Haida Heritage Site through sailing, small boat excursions, educational walks, and kayaking.

Birds and Dinosaurs in Alberta

Tyrrell Museum-of-Palaeontology
Tyrrell Museum-of-Palaeontology

This one-of-a-kind excursion combines birding Canada’s plains and renowned Badlands with T. Rex bone hunting! The Alberta Birds & Dinosaurs tour combines fantastic birding with fossil searching and a behind-the-scenes tour of Canada’s renowned Tyrell Museum of Palaeontology. Rock wrens in the Badlands, longspurs in the grasslands, and yellow-breasted chats among the cottonwoods along the river are among the most remarkable bird encounters.

Tuktoyaktuk Highway – adventures in Canada

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Tuktoyaktuk-Highway-canada

This hallmark trip will take you down the incredible Inuvik-Tuktoyaktuk Highway, which has made driving all the way to the Arctic Ocean feasible! At Carcross, you’ll see Canada’s smallest “desert,” where you’ll see incredible canyon formations and learn about the region’s Gold Rush history. As you reach the Arctic Ocean, you will be greeted by magnificent pingos. Keep an eye out for black and grizzly bears as they graze on greens, and you might even glimpse caribou and the elusive Canada lynx!

The Canadian Rockies and the Northern Lights

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Northern-Lights-canada

This 11-day vacation is the ultimate great white north escape, with breathtaking views of snow-capped mountain ranges and frozen wonderlands. Explore Canada’s rough mountains and hunt for the northern lights in Alberta’s night skies. As you drive through the gorgeous Canadian wilderness, keep an eye out for moose, white-tailed deer, and elk. Meet and meet a team of dogs before crossing dogsledding off your bucket list, or simply wrap your hands around a mug of hot chocolate and bask in the majesty of the Rockies.

Summer Vacation in the Bear Rainforest

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Bear-Rainforest-canada

This award-winning trip to Canada’s Great Bear Rainforest is a weeklong safari among the 6.4-million-hectare world’s fjords, bears, and whales. A traditional tugboat slithering into fjords filled with rainforest, watching the sunset from a distant island beach fire, sighting whales, trekking forest paths, and kayaking in secluded estuaries are just a few of the highlights. Summer is a fantastic time for coastal exploring and observing whales and seabirds.

Passage to the Northwest

For generations, the cold and labyrinthine channels of the legendary Northwest Passage have enthralled explorers and adventurers. Discover a part of the famous Northwest Passage to get a glimpse of the world that attracted early explorers. Discover the archipelago of islands and waterways that make up Canada’s High Arctic region and fascinating Arctic fauna such as walrus, beluga whales, polar bears, musk ox, and more.

Expedition to West Vancouver Island

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West-Vancouver-Island

Explore the Pacific Rim National Park Reserve’s habitats, wildlife, natural history, Indigenous cultures, and more. This adventure takes you to the vast island archipelagos of ancient rainforests and wave-carved coastlines of the Pacific Northwest, a wonderful location where herring spawn in kelp forests, bears feed on beaches, gray whales sift the shallows, and killer whales hunt for salmon and seals. Guests will explore this gorgeous location via boat and shore excursions.

Totems and whales – adventures in Canada

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killer-whales-canada

Sail into Blackfish Sound in the southern Great Bear Rainforest on warm breezes. View orcas, humpback whales, and other sea creatures. This coastal adventure aboard a traditional 92-foot schooner brings you to mainland fjords, white shell beaches, and temperate forests. This coastline safari lacks cities and roads, instead focusing on ancient village locations rich in culture.

Explorer Cruise to Atlantic Canada

On this amazing journey, you’ll visit three Canadian provinces as well as the French island of Saint-Pierre. Be among the fortunate few to witness the magic of Sable Island’s legendary wild horses, which live protected and free one hundred miles off the coast of Nova Scotia. Spend time on the deck of the Gully Marine Protected Area looking for deep-diving whales and dolphins. You’ll also hike along Newfoundland’s desolate south shore and see the Fortress of Louisbourg National Historic Site on Cape Breton Island, which serves as a living museum.

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Maris Lopez
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Hey there! I'm Maris, an American girl who is passionate about adventure, the outdoors and all things travel!
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