Canada, the second largest country in the world, is sparsely populated. We can therefore find extraordinary fauna, in its varied and almost uninhabited regions with an imposing and spectacular landscape.
7 Days 3450 €
Beluga whales congregate in Hudson Bay near Churchill every summer when the pack ice has broken. Nowhere else in the world can you see as many - up to 60,000!
This "Beluga-Boarding" tour takes us to the Canadian tundra, where we get close to belugas in their natural habitat, without stressing the animals. Curious whales decide whether they come to us or not. But visitors soon realize: there's nothing better for curious belugas than to get a close look at what the strange creatures are doing there. Whether it's in a kayak, on a board or in an inflatable boat. Often it doesn't take long for the whales to get close.
GOD'S POCKET (DATES ON REQUEST)
7 Days 3300 €
Every summer, when the pack ice breaks, up to 50,000 beluga whales move to the aquamarine waters of Hudson Bay to feed, socialize and reproduce.
This is the best place in the world to snorkel with friendly white whales and explore Canada's rugged tundra which is home to polar bears, arctic foxes and many species of migratory birds.