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It has been said that it could take a lifetime to explore all corners of our very own country what with its vast scale and diversity of landscapes. It is these factors that make it so challenging to define what exactly the definitive Canadian experience is. It could be exploring the Hudson Bay coast where Polar Bears abound. Perhaps it is the rolling tundra of the Yukon basking in the midnight sun; the wheat fields of Saskatchewan where Sandhill and Whooping Cranes graze; the alpine meadows of Alberta; or the rugged coast of Western Newfoundland, including the ancient Viking landing site of L’Anse-Aux-Meadows. Even close to our offices in a restored three-story house in downtown Toronto is Canada’s southernmost location at Point Pelee where the annual migration of birds brings north species from some of Quest’s tropical destinations in Central and South America. Join us by small ship, coach or expedition vessel as we explore our home and native land.
  • Residents of Churchill leave their cars unlocked to offer an escape for pedestrians who may encounter Polar Bears
  • Canada is home to 30% of the world’s Boreal Forest, and 10% of the world’s forest cover
  • St. John’s, Newfoundland is geographically closer to London, UK than Vancouver
  • Alert, in Nunavut territory, is the northernmost permanent settlement in the world
  • Canada contains about 10% of the world’s renewable fresh water supply
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Signature Moments
  • Watching the whoopers fly across the Manitoba sky
  • Breaking through pack ice around Somerset Island
  • Joining a Newfoundland kitchen party
  • Cruising the Haida Gwaii on our chartered vessel

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