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North America Travel

Alaska

A journey to Alaska is an unforgettable encounter with rugged nature. Here in America’s last frontier you can kayak the coves of the Inside Passage, get splashed by a breaching humpback whale or watch bears fish for salmon in clear streams. Dramatic landscapes of glaciers, fjords and Mount McKinley offer unparalleled photo opportunities. You’ll even get a chance to meet some of Alaska’s native peoples and learn about their traditions, like the totem pole. An Alaska small ship cruise is the perfect way to explore this rich, majestic landscape... Read about Alaska in Detail

Baja California

A whale of an adventure awaits you in Mexico’s Baja California! Visit an extraordinary isolated land with few humans, a menagerie of wildlife, and an unbeatable climate of warm, sunny weather. Get up close with a grey whale—close enough to touch! Feast your eyes on thousands of seabirds. Swim, snorkel and kayak in the Gulf of California to discover natural wonders like manta rays, leatherback sea turtles, dolphins and more. A Baja cruise brings you to this biologically diverse UNESCO world heritage site for an unforgettable experience... Read about Baja California in Detail

Western USA

Follow in the footsteps of Lewis and Clark as you explore the rugged beauty of America’s Pacific Northwest. Enjoy a Columbia River cruise for bird watching, majestic mountain scenery and more than 75 waterfalls. Or you can relax on “island time” in the lovely San Juan Islands as you sip a glass of world-class wine while looking for orca whales. Vibrant Seattle will beckon you with its markets, arts, cuisine and nearby nature. Kayak, dive or hike in this outdoor-lover’s paradise—or just take it easy on deck as you drink in the wild western United States... Read about Western USA in Detail

Western Canada

Enjoy the rare beauty of Western Canada’s deep fjords, spectacular mountain vistas, quiet islands and marine wonders. This rugged landscape is best enjoyed up close—by kayak, bike, sailboat or hike. Meet aboriginal Canadians and learn about the Sun Dance and totem pole. This region is home to the largest pod of orcas in the world, more than 200! Photograph these unique marine creatures along with humpback whales, seals, porpoises, bear and bald eagles. From ancient archeological sites to modern inviting cities, Western Canada offers something for every traveler... Read about Western Canada in Detail