The Arctic voyages of Adventure Canada travel to what southerners consider the most remote parts of Canada. From the tundra ponds of western lowlands to the glacier sculpted mountains of Devon and Baffin Islands and...Full Review...
Why I love Canada
By Aaju Peter, Qujannamiik
I love Canada and I especially love Nunavut. For that reason I believe that living in Nunavut is the best thing that happened to me. I moved to Iqaluit in 1981 from Nuuk, Greenland. So, to get the opportunity to sail to...Full Review...
An interview with Kenojuak Ashevak
By Kenojuak Ashevak
Q. You have traveled with this cruise. How do you see this operation?A. “It was fun and it was alright. People on board were very responsible...for example: No one was allow to litter wherever they were. The cruise...Full Review...
Travelling in the Company of Inuit
By John Houston, Arctic filmmaker, Inuit art dealer
When I travel the Arctic, I travel in the company of Inuit. Always have, since an Inuit dog team carried my mother from Cape Dorset to Kimmirut, the start of a long journey South so I could be born.We were returned to Baffin...Full Review...
Adventures in History
By Ken McGoogan
Last September we got chased off Beechey Island by a polar bear, a massive creature capable of outrunning a race horse. It came loping in our direction around a bay as we strode along the beach while our fellow passengers...Full Review...