Experience geography gone wild with Maple Leaf Adventures and Canadian Geographic

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Misty fjords slicing through mountain ranges. Waterfalls tumbling down granite cliffs topped with dense coniferous forests. Ancient gathering places that bear witness to thousands of years of human history and culture. The Pacific coast of North America is geography gone wild, and the best way to see it is on a small ship voyage with Maple Leaf Adventures

Check out some of the destinations you can explore in 2020, with Canadian Geographic photographers and explorers along to help you make the most of the adventure!

For more information or to book your 2020 voyage, visit www.MapleLeafAdventures.com or call 1-250-386-7245 (toll free at 1-888-599-5323). 


A Natural and Cultural History Odyssey in Canada's Salish Sea
Apr 21-25, 2020. Flotilla trip aboard Maple Leaf and Swell
4 nights, 5 days

Join Maple Leaf Adventures and Canadian Geographic for a journey into Canada's Pacific history with local naturalists and historians.

  (Photo: Kate Holmes, Maple Leaf Adventures)

In Search of the Spirit Bears with Photographer-in-Residence Scott Forsyth
Sep 5-12, 2020 aboard Cascadia
7 nights, 8 days

This trip is during the salmon run, when bears and other wildlife are on the coast. You’ll learn photography techniques via lectures and extensive one-on-one tutoring in the field from Canadian Geographic Photographer-in-Residence, Scott Forsyth. Scott specializes in landscape and wildlife photography across Canada.

  (Photo: Scott Forsyth)

Vancouver Island’s Wild Side with George Kourounis
Jul 16-22, 2020 aboard Cascadia
6 nights, 7 days

Explore Vancouver Island’s rugged and beautiful north coast with Royal Canadian Geographical Society Explorer-in-Residence George Kourounis. Go beyond our classic Wild Side itinerary and dive deeper into learning about weather systems and local culture. This trip is for those who love to adventure beyond the norm. It explores a mostly un-roaded area. You’ll walk in the rainforest, beachcomb on the sand, boat into wild creeks that empty into the sea, and cruise around Brooks Peninsula, which juts out almost to the offshore continental shelf.


Alaska Supervoyage with Canadian Geographic
Aug 2-12, 2020 aboard Swell
10 nights, 11 days

A sweeping exploration of southeast Alaska including Frederick Sound, Endicott Arm, Warm Springs Bay, and Pack Creek to see humpback whales, a tidal glacier, and brown bears. Dive deeper into the cultural intricacies of the southeast Alaska coast on this special trip with Canadian Geographic.


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