Canadian High Arctic is a region of ancient ice, where tidewater glaciers of exceptional beauty dominate the landscape. Few humans have ever ventured to this unforgiving world.
Cruise amongst gigantic icebergs and awe-inspiring fjords. Visit the native Inuit communities. Keep an eye out for wildlife - including a variety of bird and marine life and, of course, the icon of the north - the elusive polar bear. Have a chance to visit the remote and barren Beechey Island, the ghostly final resting place of several men from Sir John Franklin’s illfated expedition in the 1840’s.