Adventure Canada was founded in 1987, by Matthew and Bill Swan along with a friend David Freeze. It was created with the special purpose of offering off route travel solutions to the remotest corners of Canada. Over the last three decades, they have expanded their operations to several other countries like Tanzania, United Kingdom, Greenland, Iceland, Ireland, Costa Rica, Argentina, and Svalbard and Jan Mayen.
Most of the travels of Adventure Canada happen through small expedition ships, which are best suited for remote exploration locations. They provide a 1:10 ratio of staff versus visitors in their voyages to make the experience more personalized.
Adventure Canada organizes special arctic tours which include activities like whale watching on Baffin Island, bird watching in the High Arctic & Northwest Territories, canoeing by Keele River, encounters with polar bears in Churchill Town. They also have Atlantic Canada expedition cruises, European expedition cruises, South and Central America Expedition Cruises and Pacific Northwest Expedition Cruises to choose from.
Amongst other types of tours that they offer are specialized departures which focus on the art and culture or the natural history and photography of an area. These programs are crafted for in-depth exploration and discovery of the places. The company also partners with various regional representatives to form cultural connections, like the Inuit and First Nations communities. These help add that extra dash of culture to the expeditions and trips.
- Ontario, Canada