Whitewater Rafting Canada Few Canadian
adventure activities provide the excitement and exhilaration of whitewater rafting.
Canada's raging rivers and spectacular scenery combine to provide a memorable....more
The Northwest Territories Starkly beautiful, powerful and immense,
our northern world is still wild and pristine. Nature rules here, in a diversity of landscapes ranging from
Remote eco-lodge Saskatchewan A luxury wilderness lodge package located in the heart of the Boreal Forest in Northern Saskatchewan. The log buildings and the surrounding
gardens have been lovingly....more
Northern Lights Viewing Canada Come
and experience the wonders of the aurora borealis or the northern lights in the Canadian wilderness. The northern lights,
as the aurora borealis is also known......more
Team Building Canada Our Training and Development affiliates are dedicated to the belief that people are the most important part of any progress taking place within an organization.
Specializing in serving...more
Birds, bears and belugas There are few places left on earth that are
more remote than northern Manitoba and the Churchill area. It is the last untamed wilderness, an extra- ordinary land where
Islands of the Spirit Bear Our seven day trip to the Islands of the Spirit Bear, Waters
of the Humpback, begin and end in Prince Rupert. Included in our trips are the return
seaplane flights, over the picturesque...read
Nunavut is Canada’s arctic. It is not tamed nor spoiled, and is ready for discovery. Nunavut is Canada’s
largest and newest territory, and includes most of Canada’s arctic islands.
A land rich in Inuit history and culture, with breathtaking National Parks, landscapes and abundant wildlife.
Enjoy fascinating Haisla Cultural Tours and discover the
wildlife and nature of The Canadian Pacific Inland Coast. Take part in exciting adventures with knowledgeable
aboriginal guides. Learn about the unique Haisla culture, legends and traditions. MORE INFO
As a remote fly- in lodge and polar bear viewing wilderness lodge,
this lodge is unique in that it offers polar bear viewing in August &
September, which means better weather, and stunning fall colours of Canada's arctic tundra. MORE INFO
As the premier remote fly- in lodge and confe- rence centre in the Northwest
Territories, guests from around the world take in the splendour of the great Canadian Taiga.
This is the only full season lodge and conference centre in the vicinity of Great Slave Lake.
Throughout the Canadian Arctic waterways history manifests in physical geography
as we pass straits, islands and peninsulas bearing the names of the men who charted this for-bidden arctic coastline
and majestic coastline. Names like Franklin Strait, M’Clintock Channel, Gjoa Haven, Greenland's longest fjords and Kent Peninsula
conjures century old tales.