See the best of Western Canada on this flexible itinerary utilising scheduled tours and services throughout – ideal for independent travellers. Fly into Calgary, travel by coach to Banff and then along the magnificent Icefields Parkway to Jasper. Board the Rocky Mountaineer Rail for an unforgettable 2 day rail journey to Vancouver. End with a spectacular 7 night cruise of Alaska’s Inside Passage.

Fly from Australia to Vancouver for a 2 night stay. From here, travel only a short distance from Vancouver, to the all season resort of Whistler. See it in all it’s winter glory and enhance the trip with very special experiences - a snowmobile tour, dog sled ride and a snowshoeing adventure.

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  • Duration: 16 days
  • Departs: Melbourne, Sydney, Brisbane & Adelaide: 01, 29 Nov; 08, 17, 26# Dec 2020; 05 Jan; 04 Feb; 04, 13#, 23 Mar 2021
  • Price: $11,325

Enjoy a brief stopover in the cosmopolitan city of Buenos Aires before setting off on your Antarctic Expedition Cruise. “The Ushuaia” accommodates a maximum of 84 passengers in 41 comfortable twin cabins and suites. The ice-strengthened polar vessel is equipped with inflatable landing craft ensuring superb landings and wildlife viewing opportunities on the otherwise inaccessible coastline. Onboard is a specialist team of international expedition leaders and lecturers, all extremely knowledgeable, enthusiastic, helpful and dedicated to the protection of the environment. The Antarctic Peninsula’s remarkable history will provide you with a type of excitement often only associated with the early explorers. You will have plenty of time to explore its’ amazing scenery, a pristine wilderness of snow, ice, mountains and waterways, and an incredible wide variety of wildlife. Apart from penguins and seabirds you are very likely to see Weddell, crabeater and leopard seals as well as Minke, killer (orca) and humpback whales at close range. Enjoy your Antarctic Expedition on board The Ushuaia, originally built for the United States agency NOAA (National Oceanic & Atmospheric Administration).

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  • Duration: 19 days
  • Departs: Departs Melbourne, Sydney or Brisbane: Daily 1 May – 30 Sep 2020
  • Price: $3,549

Renting a motorhome is the most affordable way to see Canada. The investment will quickly pay off with large savings on transportation, lodging and meals. This form of travel gives the flexibility to make travel plans as you go, and if a particular spot is appealing then stay an extra night or two. Choose from 20ft to 32ft motorhomes and truck campers. All motorhomes come equipped with air conditioning, flush toilets and all have a built in shower. In Canada depots are located in Vancouver, Calgary, Whitehorse, Halifax, Edmonton and Toronto. To make it easy and hassle free, rent a GPS Navigation system or an electronic GyPSy Guide delivering interesting and entertaining commentary (additional cost, contact us for details). What are you waiting for? Come and explore Canada at your own pace and stay in some magnificent wilderness settings with million dollar views!

Travel between Calgary and Jasper (or reverse) through the rugged splendour and majestic peaks of the Rocky Mountains. Along the way, keep a look out for wildlife, and appreciate the natural beauty of the glacier fed lakes. Your Canada & Alaska Travel Specialists.

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  • Duration: 13 days
  • Departs: ex Melbourne, Sydney, Brisbane, Adelaide & Perth: 01 March 2020 - 31 March 2021
  • Price: $3,325

Experience and discover Brunei and Sabah with this amazing itinerary highlighting both destinations at its finest. See one of the largest water village settlements in the world, beautiful gold domed mosques, untouched rainforest, proboscis monkeys and other wildlife in Brunei. Discover Sabah with it's fascinating wildlife including a river cruise in search of the elusive proboscis monkeys, a scenic trek to the summit of Mt Kinabalu, a visit to the orang utan rehabilitation centre and the exploration of Sabah's largest birds nest caves.

Travel overland from the Pacific to the Arctic, along snow covered highways and roadways built of ice along ancient wildlife corridors, and traditional trading routes of First Nations traders – later used by Klondike Gold Rush prospectors and local patrolmen and now more well known by the TV show "Ice Road Truckers".