We are proud to announce that Adventure Canada has been voted Best Cruise Line for Families by USA TODAY!
This award recognizes our leadership in the industry and our dedication to providing exceptional experiences for young passengers. We take great pride in offering a wide range of family-friendly activities, cabins, and dining options aboard our cruises, ensuring that families have a memorable and enjoyable time at sea.
A panel of experts picked the initial nominees, and the top ten winners were determined by popular vote. We extend our heartfelt gratitude to everyone who supported us during the voting process. We are so grateful for your ongoing support and can't wait to travel with you all again soon!
Thank you for making us the top choice for family cruising!
By Adventure Canada
Today marks the 9th International Day of Women and Girls in Science, a day to celebrate the contributions of women and girls in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics) communities, highlight the critical role that women and girls play in scientific and technological innovation, and critically discuss how diverse participation can be facilitated and strengthened.
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We are proud to announce that we've been voted Best Adventure Cruise Line by USA Today 10Best for the sixth year in a row!
This award recognizes us as leaders in the expedition industry who offer active and educational travel experiences for adventurers at heart. A panel of experts partnered with USA Today 10Best editors to pick the initial nominees, and the top ten winners were determined by popular vote. We are so grateful for the ongoing support of our clients, expedition team, staff, and crew and can't wait to travel with you all again!
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By Dr. Lizanne Henderson
The Adventure Canada family was deeply saddened to hear about the sudden passing of Professor Ted Cowan in January of 2022. Ted was a walking encyclopedia of all things Scottish and his passions and humour dominated any room. We are grateful for his memory. Read his full obituary here.
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We would like to extend a hearty congratulations to two members of the extended Adventure Canada family for their recent appointments to the Order of Canada. Ian Tamblyn, long-time host and musician on our expeditions, was appointed as an Officer “for his enduring contributions as a folk music icon, adventurer, and cultural ambassador for Canada,” while Alexander Reford, one of our community partners at historic Jardins de Métis, is now a Member "for his leadership in the Canadian horticultural community, for bolstering regional tourism, and for promoting both heritage and environmental conservation.” Congratulations to you both for these well-deserved honours!
© Antje Springmann / Dennis Minty
Dennis Minty has worked as a photographer and naturalist for over twenty-five years. In his new 240-page ebook, Dennis shares valuable guidance about the practice of slow photography, used for the dual purpose of capturing great images and enjoying personal fulfillment as a photographer.
"Slow photography is an attitude, an approach, a philosophy, and a methodology,” Dennis writes. “It’s about slowing down, being thoughtful and reflective, considerate, and intentional. It strives towards authenticity and connection and transforms photography from reflex to ritual.”
Many of the stunning photos featured in the book were taken on travels that Dennis took with Adventure Canada.
Adventure Canada is humbled to announce we’ve been chosen as a recipient of the prestigious Society of American Travel Writers 2021 Phoenix Award, in recognition of our commitment to training, employment, and capacity building in Inuit Nunangat. Over 50% of our expeditions operate within Inuit homelands and we have a long history of working alongside Inuit to offer travel experiences that empower Inuit and grow understanding and compassion between cultures. One recent example is Jason Edmund's leadership of NALUNAIQSIJIIT: Inuit Cruise Training Initiative, established by the Government of Nunavut to increase numbers of Inuit working in the marine tourism industry.