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We're hiring!
15 Jan

We're hiring!

Do you know someone who’s great with both people and details, who likes to travel and talk about travel, and who’s looking for an interesting full time position in our Toronto office? (Maybe it’s you!) We’re looking for a travel consultant for our growing Quest Nature Tours area. Excellent verbal and written communication skills, initiative, the ability to build strong relationships, and the ability to work as part of a team are essential requirements.

If you think this may be right for you or someone you know, please be in touch with Justin for all the details.
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NEW SE Alaska Private Journey Expedition
08 Jan

NEW SE Alaska Private Journey Expedition

Southeast Alaska (the “Panhandle”) is the jewel in Alaska’s coastal crown. Our relatively small ship takes us on a relaxed and flexible journey that enables us to stop and watch any wildlife we encounter on route, such as whales, bears, moose, and eagles!

Join us and experience Southeast Alaska as few can ever do! Learn more.
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A Special Delivery to Students in Siem Reap
20 Dec

A Special Delivery to Students in Siem Reap

To celebrate our 50th anniversary in 2020, we committed to supporting two educational projects that will support local communities in places we frequently visit (India and Cambodia) and an environmental project in Ontario, our own backyard.

We recently delivered important school materials to a group of 80 students in Siem Reap, including desks, chairs, computers, and sport kits! To see all the photos and watch the smile-inducing "thank you" video from the students, click here!
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Upcoming Events

WEBINAR: Experience Nunavut's Floe Edge with Tony Beck
12 Feb

WEBINAR: Experience Nunavut's Floe Edge with Tony Beck

Feel the pulse of the Arctic as you hear about Tony Beck's experience at the floe edge, including his SPECTACULAR photos.

Tony recently travelled scouted a new tour at the boundaries of ice and open sea at the very top of Hudson Bay. Starting at the village of Naujaat (pronounced "Now-yaat") on the Arctic Circle (formerly called Repulse Bay), he made his way over the ice by snowmobile to the floe edge where he set up camp in a wonderful setting. Polar Bears coursed atop the ice’s edges nearby. Narwhal, Beluga, and Bowhead Whales, pushed their boundaries into the thawing sea, passing before him and stunning Arctic birds such as the gorgeous King Eider also pushed forth.

Tony is headed back to the floe edge with a small group tour June 5 - 12, 2020. If you particularly enjoy the prospect of discovering Canada’s remote regions, attend this webinar and consider joining us for this inaugural tour of discovery at ‘the edge’.

Wednesday, February 12 2020 2:00pm - 2:30pm

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Justin Peter Speaking at Chicago Area's Gull Frolic
15 Feb

Justin Peter Speaking at Chicago Area's Gull Frolic

The Gull Frolic is a unique winter event hosted by the Illinois Ornithological Society at Illinois’ premier gull-watching hotspot: North Point Marina. Quest Nature Tours' Director, Justin Peter is their guest speaker!

In this talk illustrated with photographs from his three expeditions there, Justin will help us get acquainted with some of these birds. We’ll see what they look like, how they behave and interact with fellow Galapagos denizens, as well as gain insights into their origins through some of the latest research findings stemming from decades of research. The Galapagos Islands are often touted as a laboratory of evolution by natural selection, and some of the archipelago’s birds are among the best-studied organisms anywhere!

Saturday, February 15 2020 9:30am - 5:00pm

Winthrop Harbor Yacht Club  view map

$35 registration fee for Gull Frolic

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Save the date! "Celebration of the Arts" 2020
22 Apr

Save the date! "Celebration of the Arts" 2020

Our annual Celebration of the Arts in April, 2020 is set to be the most grand event yet, as we're kicking off celebrations for our 50th anniversary!

Wednesday, April 22, 2020

Toronto Botanical Garden, 777 Lawrence Avenue East
7:00 - 9:00 PM
Save the date!

Wednesday, April 22 2020 7:00pm - 9:00pm