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What are our travellers saying?
Does Adventure Canada have any plans to do a tour along the east coast of Baffin Island?
In recent years, communities on Baffin Island have requested that ships avoid cruising the island’s eastern fjords in an effort to help protect the local wildlife. Out of the utmost respect for the wishes of our community hosts, we are not presently planning any trips to this region. South Baffin and the island’s northern region within Tallurutiup Imanga National Marine Conservation Area are both very special spots that Adventure Canada visits.
If we want to go to Iceland from Greenland after the expedition, can we book our own way home?
Absolutely! Our charter flights are optional, and you may opt to arrange your own independent commercial air after the expedition if you wish.
What is the passenger capacity of the Ocean Endeavour?
Originally built to accommodate around 400 guests, the Ocean Endeavour offers ample public space. On Adventure Canada’s expeditions, a maximum of 198 guests travel aboard the ship on any given itinerary. This makes our vessel a particularly enjoyable environment for expedition travel, with fewer guests, plenty of spacious common areas, and lots of opportunities to connect with our expedition team experts.
Is kayaking offered on your expeditions?
Yes! We currently have available space in our kayak program on the Mighty Saint Lawrence (June 1-11, 2022), Newfoundland Circumnavigation (June 12-23, 2022), and Atlantic Canada Explorer (June 23-July 4, 2022).