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6 Birds of the Broughton Archipelago in the Fall
In the Southern Great Bear Rainforest lies the largest marine park along British Columbia’s coastline: The Broughton Archipelago. Rich in First Nation’s culture and...
Expedition Notes: Vancouver Island Inside Passage Apr 25-May 2, 2017
MV Swell has now worked her way north through Vancouver Island’s Inside Passage, an epic journey through a multitude of ecosystems. From the dry...
Explore Desolation Sound, Salish Sea & Vancouver Island with Survivorman’s Les Stroud
Stroud shares wisdom from elders around the world about living with nature, on a special boutique expedition cruise Respected Canadian outdoorsman, filmmaker and musician...
Royal Visit 2016: How You Can Explore Canada’s Great Bear Rainforest and Haida Gwaii
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge splash light on two spectacular but little-known parts of Canada this month, with their royal tour visit to...
New Inside Passage Small Ship: Inaugural Voyages with a “Swell” Tugboat History, Inside Passage, Canada
A new, boutique ship begins offering expedition cruises along the Inside Passage in 2015. The classic, restored tugboat Swell – owned by the award-winning...
Autumn 2014 Getaways – Wildlife, Nature & Great Food!
Fall wildlife and harvest drive October tours When the weather cools, things heat up for Maple Leaf Adventures boutique tours in southern BC waters...