In the Northland, a mosaic of habitats hosts seasonal wildlife events equaled by few on Earth. Humpback and gray whales make the world’s longest migrations up the Pacific Coast. Grizzly bears congregate in the salmon-rich rivers of Alaska and British Columbia. Seabirds nest in massive rookeries in Scotland’s Western Isles. Our unique itineraries witness such events at intimate range, with interpretation from expert naturalists and personalized excursions not available to the standard tourist. You won’t find a more authentic way to experience the most rugged wilderness on the planet!
See more of wild Alaska on an intimate small-group adventure to Alaska's best wildlife spots, including the brown bears of Brooks Falls, Kenai Fjords and the backcountry wilderness of Denali National Park.
Meet hundreds of friendly beluga whales up close via Zodiac and kayak—with an optional chance to snorkel with them, too—and look for caribou, polar bears, Arctic fox and more on this summertime adventure.
Discover British Columbia at its wildest, in search of the elusive white Spirit Bear in the remote valleys of western Canada's Coast Range. Offshore, scout for humpback whales and orcas in emerald fjords.
Explore rugged coast and mountains, from the Outer Hebrides to the Highlands—discover a land of lochs, whales, seabirds, wildflowers, granite islands and prehistoric cultures. 9 Days / May – Jul, From $8795
Meet the "King of the Arctic!" Our flagship polar bear tour is an expertly guided small-group adventure to see the world's largest concentration of polar bears in their tundra habitat along Hudson Bay.
A total immersion into the world of the polar bear! Learn about the Northland’s culture and history, visit a polar bear den, survey the tundra by helicopter, and view polar bears from our Polar Rover tundra vehicle.