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Adventure Canada

North America’s foremost polar tour operator, Adventure Canada, now joins our members in their quest for new frontiers, untapped springs of knowledge, and unforgettable experiences. We are looking forward to working together with them to continue scouring the globe for all it has to offer.

Since its inception twenty-seven years ago, Adventure Canada has earned an unparalleled reputation for bold, lovingly curated itineraries in some of the world’s most remote destinations. Travelling in small ships and armed with a fleet of Zodiacs, their voyages allow explorers to penetrate the heart of the Arctic’s mysteries and experience firsthand the majesty of the north. They have sailed the Northwest Passage, reached 80 degrees north, hiked into Labrador’s Torngat Mountains, and visited long-abandoned RCMP posts that bear tribute to the first explorers to settle these wilds.

Their mandate also extends to an unprecedented commitment to community and culture in the areas they travel. Adventure Canada is adamant that communities to which they travel are participants in reciprocated exchanges of culture and reinforce these with donations to regional governments built into their package costs. They work with their partners, such as Project North, to bring tens of thousands of dollars of hockey equipment to remote communities that need it the most, and employ local guides, interpreters, and bear guards on all of their expeditions.

Adventure Canada staff hail from around the country. They are world-renown specialists in fields from marine biology to geology, from archaeology to photography. They represent Canada’s finest literary minds and most talented musicians. But above all, they are explorers themselves, and it is their passion, skill, and knowledge that make this partnership with the Explorers Club so important.

In 2015, Explorers Club members Stefan Kindberg and Milbry Polk will embark on an expedition with Adventure Canada into the Heart of the Arctic—while there, they will be premiering the first Explorer’s Club floating Polar Film Festival. This unique celebration of Arctic art and culture features luminary northern directors and a myriad of genres and styles—from documentary to artistic shorts.

We’re pleased to announce that all Explorers Club members will receive $500 off any Adventure Canada voyage in 2015—this being just the first of many fruits sure to be yielded by this partnership.

No Single Supplement on More Cabins - It’s a great time to be single!

Our partners at Adventure Canada are offering single travelers the chance to have their own cabin on one of their trips aboard Ocean Endeavour—at no extra cost! 

Categories three through eight (when the cabin is available) carry no single supplement on the following trips:

• The Mighty St. Lawrence, June 12-23, 2015

• Newfoundland and Wild Labrador, July 5-17, 2015

• Heart of the Arctic, July 17-29, 2015

In order to make this available to as many singles as possible, this offer is not available to travelers living at the same address or spouses who want some time apart. This offer is available to Explorers Club members through the end of February, 2015.



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