nordic team doug kington bw


Canada, Alaska, Iceland & Greenland Travel Specialist

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1 Cage dive with sharks

4 Countries seen northern lights in

11 Polar bears spotted in Spitsbergen

Doug’s travel career started by selling cruises to worldwide destinations before joining Discover the World in 2013 within the Nordic team. Predominately focusing on Iceland, he has experienced the many varying landscapes and spectacular scenery of the country – his favourite part being the Snaefellsnes Peninsula where he enjoyed visiting the volcanic craters, hot springs, rugged coastlines and the opportunity to spot orca.

However, his real passion is wildlife and he moved over to our Worldwide team to focus on the wonderful experiences on offer in Canada and Alaska particularly encounters with bears and whales.

Doug is passionate about this part of North America. His favourite places are the Great Bear Rainforest for the variety of bear species that thrive there and Gros Morne National Park in Newfoundland for the hiking opportunities around Western Brook Pond and Tablelands.

My time in Banff was everything I thought it would be and more. The scenery was epic with waterfalls, hoodoos, snow-capped mountains, turquoise rivers and lakes - this place has it all. Absolutely stunning!

Doug's Top Travel Experiences


tutka bay lodge kayaking

Kayaking in Tutka Bay with porpoises, sea otters and bald eagles keeping me company!


iceland snorkelling day tour silfra di

Snorkelling in the clearest glacier waters at Silfra


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Snowmobiling at the Icehotel across the frozen Torne River


Humpback whale breaching, Kenai Fjords

Witnessing humpback whales bubble net feeding in the Kenai Fjords


Bighorn sheep

The rich variety of wildlife near Maligne Canyon including brown bears, beavers, bald eagles, big horn sheep and elk


bristish columbia great bear rainforest wet grizzly crs

Seeing a grizzly bear and it's year-old cub crossing in front of my boat just yards away in the Great Bear Rainforest

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