Adventure Cruises in Canada with AdventureSmith
Our small ship cruises in Canada span from the eastern Canadian coast along Newfoundland and the Northwest Passage over to Alaska via British Columbia. Why book your Canada adventure cruise with AdventureSmith Explorations?
Work with one Adventure Specialist to select, confirm & prep for your small ship cruise.
Our selection of small ships are sized just right for remote adventure: all under 150 guests.
Hike, kayak, stand-up paddleboard, flightsee & seek out wild nature off the ship.
Enjoy early-booking deals, airfare savings & other perks. We’re here to help you save.
British Columbia Cruises
Many of our itineraries pass through or hone fully in on British Columbia. This iconic region sits in the Pacific Ocean between Washington and Alaska and includes the famed Inside Passage that’s ripe for exploration by small ship. Book your British Columbia cruise with our team to ensure you are matched with the best route and ship for your interests. Our British Columbia cruises feature everything from National Geographic experts aboard to itineraries focused on seeing elusive spirit bears of Haida Gwaii and learning about First Nations culture.
The Best Canadian Cruises Come with Our Expertise
It’s hard to compare the experience you might have in Baffin Bay along Canada’s eastern shoreline with what you might find on the Pacific Coast along British Columbia. There are even helicopter-assisted adventures in the Northwest Passage if you want to take to the skies from your cruise. Finding the best Canadian cruise truly comes down to seeking the advice of an expert who is familiar with the ships, the travel logistics and the seasonal nuances. Our experts can be your guide.
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Spring & Fall Sailings
Canada adventure cruises bookend the popular Alaska and Arctic travel seasons, as ships position north and south. Catch spring blooms and wildlife migrations or vibrant fall colors depending on what time of year you choose your itinerary. Note that the climate data referenced above is for Vancouver; temperatures on the east coast around Newfoundland are cooler but have less average rainfall.