Maple Leaf Adventures’ 2024 Expeditions: An Evolution in Regenerative Travel
As more and more thoughtful travelers seek expedition-style trips to explore our planet’s natural wonders – from walking safaris to Arctic odysseys – we seek a local connection that does good from our trip. On North America’s northwest coast, our boutique-sized expedition cruises provide an answer.
Today, our 37-year-old company is excited to announce our 2024 scheduled sailings. From 9-day Haida Gwaii archipelago and Great Bear Rainforest trips, to 12-day odysseys off the beaten track in Alaska, to 5-day safaris in southern British Columbia, these award-winning regenerative trips are created by us, locals with a love for our coastal home.
“We know you want to get away from the heat, away from overcrowded areas,” said Maureen Gordon, co-owner of Maple Leaf Adventures. “We encourage you to look at these adventures, that can be combined with a city stay in Vancouver or Victoria, but are in a place that feels like another world.”
Smaller Than You Think!
Think “small ship” means 200 guests? Not here! Each of our Maple Leaf Adventures trips takes a maximum of 8, 12, or 24 guests to explore the rainforest, fjords, wildlife, and islands of Canada’s west coast and Alaska. This means each of you feels like a personal friend of the experts who are taking you to explore by boat – no crowd control, no ticket numbers, no line-ups.
While our guides have a trip plan and key highlights targeted, as experts, they are able to organize events to get the best from weather, tides, wildlife behavior, and special opportunities.