Small-Ship Expedition

Haida Gwaii


Join us on an exclusive expedition aboard a small sailing vessel. Meet Haida interpreters who share their artistic heritage, and be awed by the beauty of Haida Gwaii!

Signs of the ancient and living Haida culture remain throughout Haida Gwaii. Longhouses and totem poles tell a story of rich human history.

We’ll visit these ancient sites, including the UNESCO World Heritage Site at Tour SGang Gwaay Linagaay. Haida interpreters will be our guides to this incredible cultural legacy.

Shareing Artistic Heritage


  • Old Forest

    Explore the Gwaii Haanas National Park Reserve and the National Marine Conservation area

    Travel creeks threading through old-growth forests and navigate the waterways between the communities of the islands. View incredible landscapes and search for a rich array of wildlife. Explore villages in old-growth forests and destinations inaccessible by land.

  • Totems Sgang Gwaay Linagaay 2

    Appreciate the richness of Haida culture

    • Enjoy a traditional Haida meal hosted at the home of a Haida elder

    • Visit Haida Gwaii Museum and the Kay LInagaay Heritage Centre

    • Tour SGang Gwaay Linagaay, UNESCO World Heritage Site

  • People In Zodiac Haida Gwaii

    Seek out multitudes of seabirds and marine life

    Tour a variety of coastal habitats with seasoned experts who know where to look for wildlife. Get down to water levels in sea kayaks for intimate exploration of the natural habitat!

Travellers’ Testimonials

  • “The onboard team was outstanding! Definitely one of the best trips I've ever taken! I loved everything about this trip; the scenery was unbelievably beautiful, the people were friendly, and the staff were wonderful!”

    Candice Cooper

    Newfoundland Circumnavigation

  • “I found the staff extremely friendly and approachable. They were all so excited to talk about their field of expertise.”

    Bonnie Ferlin

    Sable Island

  • “I was travelling alone, so I really appreciated how warm and welcoming everyone was. There was an impressive group of experts on board, and their enthusiasm was contagious.”

    Alma Beard

    Greenland and Wild Labrador