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See An Entirely New Side of Canada This Season

When looking for unique ways to further explore Canada this summer, LuxeGetaways has several unique offerings from Hurtigruten and Country Walkers. Follow along to learn more about these travel experience opportunities…



Cruising Canada

Hurtigruten has two unique options for you to further explore Canada this next season. These 15-day adventures are onboard one of their newest ships, the MS Spitsbergen, and perfect for travelers in search of the wilder side of Canada.

Exploring the Arctic Land of the Caribou (July 10, 2017)

Hurtigruten takes explorers back in time to a different world. Travel from Greenland to St. Johns on the eastern coast of Canada, and explore the majestic and historic coastline of Newfoundland and Labrador. Its isolated national parks offer rugged fjords and valleys, a rich wildlife and Inuit communities – natural ingredients of a true and unforgettable getaway.

Crossing Baffin Bay from Canada to Greenland (July 24, 2017)

Explore the unspoiled regions on both sides of Baffin Bay. Starting in Newfoundland and Labrador in Canada, explorers will visit extremely remote destinations where guests can see remarkable archaeological remains and gain insight into Viking history. Then travelers will explore Baffin Island, a grand Arctic playground for outdoor enthusiasts before crossing Baffin Bay over to Greenland.

Learn More: www.hurtigruten.us



Walking Canada

To celebrate the 150-year anniversary of Canada in 2017, Country Walkers is launching an exciting guided walking experience. New Brunswick: Bay of Fundy & Campobello Island connects travelers with a local resident historian, who shares details, myths and tales from Canada’s past 150 years. Beth Johnston will be leading each group through New Brunswick, as she has been for over 30 years. Johnston shares details on the native environment and can point out majestic Bald Eagles, porpoises, seals and sea birds.

Learn More: www.countrywalkers.com