Award-winning tailor-made specialists, Adventure WorldTravel has launched its 2019/20 dedicatedCanada, Alaska & High Arctic brochure, with an increased array of the ‘less explored’ options to cater for the returning traveller.
New self-drive trips in Canada take travellers off the beaten track to allow them to explore the regions for themselves, such as discovering the Gaspe Peninsula in Quebec on Discover Lighthouses and Whales in Gaspe itinerary or the Island Wildlife and Adventure in Vancouver, a journey with lots of wildlife viewing and outdoor opportunities such as spotting bears and whales, kayaking, cycling and fishing.
The new collection will also see travellers stay at extremely unique properties such as the new Ocean House on Haida Gwaii, a floating eco-lodge that only opened in 2018 or Haida House, which is more culturally focused.
Guests on Adventure World Travel’s Sip and Savour Canadian Flavours is a must for foodies. The new culinary themed itinerary in Western Canada will see travellers experience the local tastes and flavours, from beavertails and poutine to caesars and ciders.
Neil Rodgers, Managing Director of Adventure World Travel commented; “Our collection naturally includes the “must-do” signature experiences of Canada & Alaska but where it really comes into its own is where it showcases the diverse array of unique product in some of the lesser explored states and territories. Canada offers so much appeal for the repeat traveller and this brochure provides agents with a great selling tool to inspire and convert the sale.”
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