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Expedition Cruise – who is it for?
An expedition cruise is for the adventurous traveler who seeks authentic experiences through experiential travel.
You want to be a traveler, not a tourist. You want to be an active participant in your own adventure.
From the Norwegian archipelago of Svalbard and the Land of the Polar Bears to the southernmost white continent, Antarctica, South Georgia and the Falkland Islands – home to thousands of penguins, seals and whales. Experience Darwin’s enchanted islands of the Galapagos and swim with seals, marine iguanas and penguins. We are here to share awe-inspiring, bucket-list travel experiences like no other.
Travel with purpose
When you book your travel with our agency ‘A Passport to Travel’ we will virtually adopt a species of your choice upon your return. Adopt a blue-footed booby birds from the Galapagos, a polar bear from Manitoba, or one of the many endangered whales species in our fragile oceans. We have partnered with these organizations to bring endangered species to the forefront of expedition travel. With the effects of climate change on our minds, our goal is to bring awareness to these destinations and the fragility of the ecosystems within. Whether you choose to book your travel with us or not, we hope you will consider a virtual adoption or donation to our partners.
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