This voyage links several fascinating historic locations on Canada’s east coast, including a Viking settlement, a French-built fortress, several remote mission locations and isolated fishing ports. We journey northwards from the more temperate climate found in the Maritimes and into the higher Arctic latitudes.
- VIKING SETTLEMENT
- HIGHER ARCTIC LATITUDES
- REMOTE MISSION LOCATIONS
- ANCIENT CANADIAN SHIELD
- BREATHTAKING TORNGAT NP
- EXCEPTIONAL NACHVAK FJORD
Carved by colliding continents and grinding glaciers Gros Morne NP is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Here you will find unique geology and exceptional scenery.
The Fortress of Louisbourg is a National Historic Site of Canada. The original settlement was made in 1713 and became one of North America’s busiest 18th century seaports, the largest of it’s kind.