Canada Cruise Holidays
Explore Canada’s striking coastline and seek out its abundant wildlife on one of our spectacular cruise holidays. An adventurous spirit and a flexible attitude are key components of these voyages especially on a small ship expedition into the Canadian Arctic and beyond discovering vast areas of ocean, remote islands and ice-clad waters.
Uncover a fascinating history as you explore one of the Arctic’s most iconic routes on an epic voyage through the Northwest Passage. Or combine the Canadian High Arctic with the coast of West Greenland, visiting remote communities and historic sites, discovering spectacular fjords and searching for whales and a wealth of marine birds.
A little further south explore remote Newfoundland and Labrador’s wild coastline, taking in the highlights from the ‘Spirit Mountains’ of Torngat Mountains National Park, via the abandoned Inuit settlement of Okak to the renowned Viking site of L’Anse aux Meadows.
Head to Canada’s west coast with its narrow straits, deep fjords and around 40,000 islands to experience the Inside Passage, one of the world’s great marine highways, plied by generations of fishermen, traders and travellers. Follow in their wake by sailing from Port Hardy to Prince Rupert on a luxurious cruise, enjoying the breathtaking scenery, remote port towns scattered along the coast and spectacular marine wildlife.
In British Columbia, board a 16-passenger, 20m ketch for a sailing expedition deep into the heart of the world’s largest temperate rainforest, the Great Bear Rainforest, to seek out the rare Kermode (spirit) bear – a rare subspecies of black bear. It’s home to healthy populations of grizzly and black bears too, as well as whales, eagles, wolves and plenty of beautiful scenery.