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This month, get up to 25% off 2022 expedition cruises in Canada's Arctic and Greenland


Last week I hosted an engaging webinar with MJ Swan of Adventure Canada. MJ's passion and experience shone through and if you haven't seen it, you can find it here. Already we are seeing people booking their trip for 2022.


Smart really, as next year's season will soon fill up. And, they are taking advantage of the current 15% off promo, the multi-trip 25% promotion and our exclusive US$100 off for webinars attendees. **


For more than thirty years, Adventure Canada has been taking people to some of the most inspiring destinations on the planet, first and foremost to our own backyard, the Canadian Arctic and Greenland. They have amazing contacts and an incredible amount of experience up there and travelling with them will be a wonderful experience. Have a look at this video to see what it is like.

Exploring the Arctic is something I suggest everyone does at least once. Whether you want to travel in the wake of the explorers of old, get a sense of how large Canada really is, learn about Inuit culture, travel to remote places, see wildlife like polar bear and musk ox, or all of the above, travel to the Arctic should be on your bucket list.


Here are three of the best expedition cruises in the Canadian Arctic and Greenland.


In the wake of the Vikings - Expedition to Greenland, Labrador and Newfoundland

Small-Ship Cruise

15 days from US$6995

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.