Experience the adventure in Canada
From the east to the west, fromthe north to the south, Canada is the ultimate place for adventure. To the east lie the Maritime Provinces and their extraordinary panoramic Atlantic coastlines, dotted with countless fishing villagesand epic shoreline cliffs, their waters inhabited by whales and seals. From one end of the country to the other, thousands of lakes and fish-filled rivers, countless acres of forests, and hundreds of National and Provincial Parks offer the perfect escape for any explorer. Out west towards the Pacific, the Rocky Mountains flirt with the ocean overlooking a myriad of gorgeous fjords, bays, and islands. And, with few inhabitants to disrupt Canada’s natural habitats, a rich variety of wildlife flourishes in the mountains, plains, boreal forests, and beyond the Arctic Circle.
Real adventure begins beyond the Polar Circle. The Yukon, Alaska’s neighbor, is covered in glacial valleysand populated by hordes of caribou. In the Hudson Bay polar bears rub elbows – or noses – with seals and narwhals. And to the far north, where the sun never sets and is home to the Inuit Tribes, lies Nunavut, where human encounters are as rare as they are precious.see our trips see related articles
From the braying moose to the singing whales, from the coastal cliffs to the pinewood forests, the Maritimes are still little explored… and yet, New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, Prince Edward Island, and Newfoundland are regions with rich and unique cultural heritages. Nestled between land and sea, their National Parks offer beautiful, extraordinary hikes.see our trips see related articles
Quebec and Ontario
France’s cousin in both language and culture, Quebec boasts its thousands of lakes, impenetrable forests, and the Saint Lawrence River where whales, belugas, and dolphins dwell. Its Anglophone neighbor, Ontario, is home to Niagara Falls and numerous natural riches.see our trips see related articles
Rocky Mountains and Pacific Coast
Banff and Jasper, two of the most spectacular National Parks in the world, reside in western Canada. Each is ideally located in the most beautiful parts of the Rocky Mountain chain, the backbone of North America, decorated with incredible emerald lakes, antediluvian glaciers, and snow-capped mountainous peaks. Further west the mountains descend into the Pacific Ocean, dispersing into thousands of islands beyond the bustling metropolis of Vancouver Island.see our trips see related articles