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Encounter wildlife in pristine natural environments

Our expert guides take you to where you’re most likely to see abundant and elusive wildlife, while always keeping a respectful and safe distance. See enchanting cliff sides teeming with seabird nesting colonies and spot diverse marine mammals.

Three puffins standing on rock

© Dennis Minty

Experience the joy of being out on the water

Get out onto the water daily in our large fleet of safe and stable Zodiacs. These boats take us where the action is—they can access even the most hard-to-reach fjords, channels, and beaches!

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© Jessie Brinkman Evans

See stunning vistas seldom visited

Our expeditions take you to hard-to-reach destinations that are best explored by small ship. Journey to uninhabited European isles that are difficult or impossible to get to by road, rail, or air.

Minty Scotland Nature Cliffs

© Dennis Minty

Be part of a community of like-minded travellers

Meet interesting folks with similar interests and fascinating life stories, make new friends, and travel in great company. Learn more about the region with our onboard education program. Enjoy film screenings, evening concerts, and concert parties.

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© Martin Lipman

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About Adventure Canada

Founded in 1987, Adventure Canada is a family-run travel company specializing in small-ship expeditions to the world’s most beautiful and seldom visited coastlines.

Our pioneering approach to expedition cruises and small-group experiences emphasizes wildlife, culture, learning, and fun. We believe in the power of travel as a force for positive change in the world and strive to give back as much as we gain.

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© Dennis Minty