Cruise Canada’s remote coastlines on an adventurous expedition that takes you deep into nature.  Grizzly bears range across ancient landscapes, beluga whales calve in sheltered estuaries and the Inuit hunt, fish and travel as their ancestors did for thousands of years.

This is Canada, a remarkable continent of wild rivers, soaring mountains and untold beauty, where wildlife flourishes in a vast, untouched wilderness. In the north, narwhals and polar bears abound in a glittering kingdom of glaciers and permafrost. Further south, the world’s largest caribou herds roam free, historic remnants of Viking communities stand sentry over the craggy coast and you can spot the rare muskox grazing on the tundra.

Take a hike in the shadow of superb, glaciated summits as you cruise Canada’s coast. Zodiac cruise into spectacular fjords and along remote coastlines, looking out for brown bears and caribou, and discover some of the most ancient rocks on earth. When the night sky is cloaked in darkness, look up! You may catch a glimpse of nature’s most dazzling light show, the Northern Lights.

You can cruise Canada’s rugged east coast on an Iceland, Greenland & East Canada voyage. From Greenland, cruise to Canada across the Labrador Sea, a haven for sei whales and the rare, endemic northern bottlenose whale, and experience the wonder of Canada’s wild coast.

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