Travellers returning to Canada and Alaska for something different will find a choice of ‘less explored’ options in the new Adventure World 2018/19 dedicated Canada, Alaska & High Arctic brochure.
“Canada & Alaska as a product portfolio has matured for our style of client. In many instances they have already ticked off the iconic image of Canada being a rail adventure in the Western Rockies. Now they are seeking an immersive experience in the wilds of Canada which also tends to include aspects of exploring the indigenous cultures,” said Managing Director, Neil Rodgers.
The company has contracted a selection of coastal and ‘floating’ lodge accommodation options for 2018; in British Columbia, Adventure World has incorporated a range of ‘Horse Pack Safari’ ranch programs catering to all equestrian experience levels; and in Alaska the ‘Great Alaskan Grizzly Encounter’ sees clients traversing the Katmai Coast, on a beautifully restored crab fishing boat, observing Grizzlies.
New for the High Arctic are the company’s first land-based trips in Greenland, where clients explore on foot from their boutique basecamp; an ‘Arctic Big 5’ safari that features the wildlife of Riding Mountain National Park (buffalo, moose and black bears); and the summer Churchill experience of belugas and polar bears.