Canada Adventure Travel with AdventureSmith
While our Canada trips span from British Columbia to the east coast and as far north as Somerset Island, they all have a common bond: a focus on wildlife and actively exploring remote lands. Why visit Canada with AdventureSmith Explorations?
Work with one Adventure Specialist to select, confirm & prep for your Canada trip.
Our many small ships & lodges are just the right size for sustainable adventure.
Hike, kayak, stand-up paddleboard, ATV, fat-tire bike, river raft & seek out wild nature.
Enjoy early-booking deals, airfare savings & other perks. We’re here to help you save.
Canada Wildlife Trips: Polar Bears, Beluga Whales & Orcas
From whale migrations in British Columbia and Nunavut to close-to-home polar bear tours in Manitoba, Canada offers something for every naturalist-minded traveler. Our wildlife trips in Canada come with expert guides who not only know the migration and seasonal patterns of each species but are also excellent interpreters to share their wealth of knowledge with you. Learn more about our two iconic Canada-based polar bear tours: Tundra Lodge Adventure and Classic Polar Bear Adventure. These trips are set in Churchill on the shore of Hudson Bay amid the world’s largest concentration of polar bears. Or opt for something more off the grid with Arctic Watch—a trip famed for its opportunity to kayak amid beluga whales.
Shoreline Exploration by Land & Sea
Our unique Canada trips all focus on exploring remote shorelines but let you choose where you want to stay: at a small wilderness lodge or aboard a small expedition ship. View all Canada land tours or view all Canada small ship cruises to start exploring itineraries. Ultimately, our team can be your best guide, so don’t hesitate to contact us; our one-on-one customer service is what can ultimately matchmake you with the best small, sustainable Canada trip for your needs.
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Weather & Canada Wildlife Migrations
Look for Canada trips operating primarily in the northern hemisphere’s spring, summer and fall, with land-based polar bear tours specifically operating the latest into October and November to coincide with peak wildlife migrations. If you are seeking to cruise, spring and fall are when most itineraries run since the ships position to/from Alaska and the Arctic regions through Canada. Note that the climate data referenced above is for Vancouver; temperatures on the east coast around Newfoundland are cooler but have less average rainfall.