Top 5 Ways to Celebrate Canada 150

Top 5 Ways to Celebrate Canada 150

by Stephanie Engle
Canada, The True North Strong and Free, is throwing a party: all year long. That’s right, 2017 marks Canada’s 150th anniversary of Confederation. The country is threaded with celebrations and... more

The Lost Colony of Saguenay, Québec

by Editor
It’s no lost colony of Roanoke, but it’s close. After years of celebrating Champlain’s founding of Québec City, a new chapter of Québec’s history was recently unearthed with the discovery of the... more
A beluga whale

Belugas Don't Need Raffi to Make Music

by Stephanie Engle
Thar she blows? No, thar she sounds. Belugas, the vociferous canaries of the sea, are way more likely to make waves with their underwater operettas than by showing you their tail fin. In the cold,... more
Baja Guide Training

Guide's Perspective: A New Baja Guide's Training Experience

by Guillermo Silva
It all started with that usual thought that crosses our mind from time to time: "What am I doing with my life? Where am I going?" Those lines played over and over again in my head, more and more... more
Midnight Paddle

A Midnight Paddle on Christie Passage

by Rachel Dodge
After departing from the dining room full from an amazing meal of lamb curry and an abundance of laughter and good conversation we all headed to our cabins for a couple hours of rest before the... more
Sea Kayaking near Robson Bight (Michael Bigg) Ecological Reserve in Johnstone Strait British Columbia

Diving Below the Surface of the Incredible Robson Bight Ecological Reserve

by Brittany Dern
Seeing a large black dorsal fin bobbing out of the water about ten feet from the shoreline is a little surprising, not to mention the five-ton body that it's attached to, swaying back and forth,... more

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