North America

– Historic towns and national treasures
Torngat Mountains National Park is an awe- inspiring land of mountains, glaciers and wildlife
  • Coastal expeditions
    Embark on a voyage of discovery along the East or West Coast of North America, on board small and modern expedition ships.
  • Magnificent scenery
    Get blown away by the coastal variety. Experience islands, fjords, mountains and rich wildlife along the rugged coastlines.
  • Historic cities and settlements
    Visit remote areas and traditional highlights - combine large cities and small towns with nature landings and UNESCO sites.
  • Traditions and culture
    Go ashore in ports with diverse culture and history. Take part in walks, hikes and events to get a deeper understanding of the local communities.
Torngat Mountains National Park is an awe- inspiring land of mountains, glaciers and wildlife
The caribou are an integral part of First Nations and Inuit oral histories and legends
Over 1000 years ago a group of Norse settlers built a small camp in L’Anse aux Meadows
Enjoy a visit to St. Johns, the easternmost city in North America
Gros Morne
Tablelands, Gros Morne National Park
A whale breaching the surface in L'Anse aux Meadows
Visit the historic sites in L'Anse aux Meadows
Bonne Bay, Gros Morne National Park

Cruises in North America

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– Your Expedition Team in North America

Our experts are here to safeguard both explorers and the pristine environment. They serve as your invaluable hosts throughout your expedition cruise.

Leading and teaching

During your discovery of North America, your Expedition Team will lead the way on hikes, museum visits, food and wine tasting, urban exploration, local cultural performances, small boat cruising and (where possible) kayaking, snorkeling, swimming and beach cleanup activities.

“Kayak adventures are some of my favourite activities. I love seeing our guests react when we encounter dolphins, whales or other animals.”

– Tessa, Expedition Team Leader