Adventure World Travel has launched its 2020 dedicated Canada, Alaska & High Arctic brochure, with an expanded selection of off-the-beaten track experiences for knowledgeable travellers.
The new collection will see travellers stay at unique properties such as the Coastal Rainforest Glamping, a premier bear-viewing program in the Great Bear Rainforest opening in 2020. Also new for 2020 is the Quirpon Lighthouse Inn, where guests can spend a night watching whales and icebergs floating beneath them through a glass enclosure bottom.
Travellers can discover the extraordinary north of Canada through the brand’s new Discovery Yukon and NWT itinerary. Explorers can retrace ancient trading and historic Gold Rush trails, see the spectacular waterfall route in the Northwest Territories and travel through pristine yet wild landscapes, with wildlife opportunities along the way.
In the Arctic, Lindblad Expeditions-National Geographic’s newest itinerary, Svalbard in Spring, has been featured alongside the brand’s first ever polar build, National Geographic Endurance.
“Our new Canada, Alaska and High Arctic Collection has been enhanced for 2020 with the Adventure World explorer in mind. From the Bering Sea, to the Aurora Village and glamping bear viewing program – the collection is diverse and bound to appeal to every traveller. Canada offers so much beauty, and this brochure provides agents with a great selling tool to inspire and convert the sale,” said Neil Rodgers, Managing Director of Adventure World Travel.