Monday, 17 February 2014

ADVENTURE CANADA OFFERS ‘WE LOVE CANADA’ SALE FROM NOW UNTIL FEBRUARY 14

$1CAD = $1USD on 2014 Sable Island and Greenland & Wild Labrador Expeditions
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Port Credit, ON. February 6, 2014:

Love is in the air! To celebrate Valentine’s Day, Adventure Canada is sharing its love for Canadian travel, offering a limited time ‘WE LOVE CANADA' promotion where $1 CAD is at par with $1 USD. The special pricing applies to June 2014 Sable Island programs and the Greenland and Wild Labrador expedition in September 2014. The offer is valid if you book and pay in full by February 14th, 2014.

“Canada is our home and we want to celebrate our great love for exploring this nation by offering something very special for Valentine’s Day,” said Cedar Swan, Adventure Canada Vice President. “We love Canada’s diverse cultures, spectacular wildlife and sprawling, remote natural parks, and we want to help others fall in love with Canada, too.”

Sable Island

Departure Dates: June 12-20, 2014 or June 20-28, 2014
Special pricing from $2,695CAD + $250CAD discovery fee.

There are few places on earth as unique as Sable Island, a 41-km long sandbar, 300 km southeast of Halifax, Nova Scotia. For the first time ever, Adventure Canada will grant travellers in depth access to this mysterious destination with the only cruise itinerary to focus exclusively on Sable Island.
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On the island, Adventure Canada’s guests will observe the famed herds of feral ponies, throngs of seabirds and seal breeding grounds. They will also interact with the small island community, learning about the island’s traditions, history and ongoing research. For many, the main attraction is just getting to Sable Island, a place very few people have explored, despite its proximity to mainland North America.

On the island, Adventure Canada’s guests will observe the famed herds of feral ponies, throngs of seabirds and seal breeding grounds. They will also interact with the small island community, learning about the island’s traditions, history and ongoing research. For many, the main attraction is just getting to Sable Island, a place very few people have explored, despite its proximity to mainland North America.
Influential special guests joining the Sable Island expeditions include iconic author, journalist and broadcaster Jay Ingram, conservation photographer and wilderness educator Mike Beedell, award-winning nonfiction writer Noah Richler, writer and esteemed wildlife and landscape photographer Michelle Valberg and Bill Friedman, ecologist and professor in the Department of Biology at Dalhousie University.

Greenland & Wild Labrador

Departure Date: September 11-24, 2014

Special pricing from $4,595CAD + $250CAD discovery fee.


See the soaring Torngat Mountains in Labrador, catch a rare glimpse of the enchanting Northern Lights, and enjoy a zodiac cruise to the foot of an ancient glacier in Greenland during this epic voyage.

Guests begin their journey in Greenland, travelling down the stunning coast of dramatic fiords, calving glaciers, and charming communities before crossing the Davis Strait to Canada. In the Great White North, guests explore the Inuit communities of Nunavik, Quebec, and Nunatsiavut, Labrador and also visit Eastern Canada’s highest peaks, Torngat Mountains National Park. The adventure ends in legendary St. John’s, North America’s oldest city.
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Guests begin their journey in Greenland, travelling down the stunning coast of dramatic fiords, calving glaciers, and charming communities before crossing the Davis Strait to Canada. In the Great White North, guests explore the Inuit communities of Nunavik, Quebec, and Nunatsiavut, Labrador and also visit Eastern Canada’s highest peaks, Torngat Mountains National Park. The adventure ends in legendary St. John’s, North America’s oldest city.
Resource Staff joining the Greenland and Wild Labrador expedition include award winning wildlife biologist and environmental educator, Dennis Minty, fibre artist and culturist Peyton Barrett, archeologist Lena Onalik and country and rock musician Marshall Dane.

To book and for general information please visit, www.adventurecanada.com or call 1.800.363.7566.

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