We have been given advance notice of Adventure Canada's rates and dates for the 2024 summer season. Five expedition cruises through the Canadian Arctic and Greenland are now open for bookings and if you book before May 31st, you qualify for a 15% early booking bonus. The bonus is combinable with Adventure Canada's Loyalty Rewards Program and and Multi-Trip Promotion.
Solo travellers can even book a solo cabin without paying extra! But you need to book early as solo cabins are in high demand.
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Why Adventure Canada?
If you are looking to travel in luxury, Adventure Canada is not for you. But if you are looking to travel comfortably to far-flung places, explore the Canadian Arctic and Greenland with a sense of adventure, visit remote communities and learn about their culture, language, and local understanding of life and the land, and engage in meaningful encounters, then these trips are for you.
Five journeys have been published so far.
July 22–August 3, 2024
Join us for an expedition cruise exploring southern Baffin Island, the north coast of Ungava and the west coast of Greenland. Along the way there will be plenty of chances to experience Inuit culture as we land in several settlements along these coasts. Expect an interactive cultural performance of Inuit games or perhaps purchase one-of-a-kind pieces of art and talk with some of the outstanding artists.
Enjoy hikes among the blooming tundra on the Itijjagiaq Trail, part of the Trans Canada Trail.
Wildlife abounds on this trip and we hope to spot polar bear, walrus, several species of whale and seal, and of course a myriad of seabirds as we visit some outstanding bird cliffs.
Across Davis Strait we visit vibrant Nuuk, the capital of Greenland while in Kangerlussuatsiaq fjord we take a zodiac cruise at the foot of the famous glacier. Finally, we cross the Arctic Circle to end our cruise in Kangerlussuaq, from where we fly back to Toronto.
August 5–15 & August 15–27, 2024
Join us for an expedition cruise along the west coast of Greenland and into the entrance of the North West Passage. Enjoy majestic fjords lined by steep mountains, view the Ilulissat Icefjord and glacier, discover incredible wildlife in Tallurutiup Imanga (Lancaster Sound) and around Devon Island, enjoy
Inuit cultural experiences in Mittimatalik (Pond Inlet) and travel back in time at the graves of the Franklin Expedition on Beechey Island.
Westbound August 27–September 12, 2024
Eastbound September 12–September 28, 2024
Join this adventure cruise in the wake of Rear-Admiral Sir John Franklin's ill-gated expedition through the northwest passage in Canada's high Arctic. Drop in on Inuit settlements for cultural experiences, encounter wildlife such as polar bear, walrus, whales and muskoxen and of course myriad birdlife. Witness arctic glaciers, beautiful fjords and sculpted icebergs, hike the colourful tundra and visit places such as Beechey Island, where three members of Franklin Expedition are buried, and abandoned RCMP and Hudson Bay outposts.
September 28–October 12, 2024
Follow in the wake of Leif Erikson on a journey from Greenland to Labrador and down the coast to l'Anse aux Meadows in Canada's Newfoundland. En-route encounter icebergs, polar bear, whales, seabirds and marine wildlife. Land at Torngat Mountains National Park with Canada’s highest peaks east of the Rockies, superb scenery and wildlife such as polar bear, black bear, caribou, falcons, and eagles. Visit the haunting remains of Moravian Mission stations and communities along the Labrador coast. Discover the Norse settlement at l'Anse aux Meadows and explore the picturesque villages and rocky shores on the east coast of Newfoundland before ending your journey in lively St. John’s.
Book early to secure your cabin of choice! Contact us for rates and detailed itineraries.