Experience the lure of Canada’s high Arctic aboard an expedition cruise through the mythical Northwest Passage.

Designated a Canadian Signature Experience by Canadian Tourism, Adventure Canada’s Into the Northwest Passage and Out of the Northwest Passage voyages are the ultimate in expedition cruising.

Visit us online at http://www.adventurecanada.com or call 1-800-363-7566. Your Arctic adventure awaits!

Filmed aboard Adventure Canada’s voyage “Out of the Northwest Passage”, September 2015.

Director: Jason van Bruggen

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