Issue 5 • March 2019
Five Reasons to go on an Expedition Cruise
  1. Small groups, which makes for easy landings and you can meet the majority of the travellers
  2. Expedition staff and knowledge onboard - attend lectures or classes
  3. Amazing chances to view wildlife in their natural element
  4. Food. Need we say more?
  5. You only have to unpack once

During my time spent in the travel industry, I have been extremely lucky to have had the opportunity to visit some amazing and very remote destinations.  One of the best experiences would be travelling aboard the Akademik Ioffe for 16 days, cruising through the famous Northwest Passage.

Heart of the Arctic
13 Days / 12 Nights from US$4,995

Save 15% on 2020 sailings for bookings made by October 31, 2019
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Spitsbergen Encounter
10 Days / 9 Nights from

Book by May 31, 2019 for a 2019 sailing and receive a US$1000 per person 'travel credit'
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Torres Del Paine
Chilean Fjords
14 Days / 13 Nights from

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Meet Shauna. She is one of our Top of the World Specialists as well as a Scandinavian Expert. There are plenty of expedition cruises she can book for you. 
Shauna Cook
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Great Canadian Adventurers

OMG can I go around again?  The Scenic Rail around St Kitts, the exhilarating ATV excursion to the  Caves of Washikemba Reserve  (only saw one bat) in Bonaire and clear bottom kayaking in St Georges, Grenada was one of the most enjoyable and relaxing cruises to date and in fact we are already planning next winter’s get away. 

Wendy & dennis sol
narol, mb
oceania cruise
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