From the charming fishing towns of Nova Scotia, to the vast wilderness of Newfoundland, these are the last great open spaces of Eastern North America. A touch of New England, a dash of Germany, here a British fort, there an Irish brogue, Nova Scotia and Newfoundland are worlds peopled by the descendants of hardy colonists who came to fish and trade fur. Lighthouses sweep the skies, the seas are littered with shipwrecks, whales cruise the coastline in the summer, storms rage in the winter, but the warmth of the region’s people who live in these two provinces make the seemingly lonely landscape beautiful rather than forbidding.
From the air, witness the Saint Elias Mountains and Kluane National Park, home to the largest icefield on Earth, next to the North and South Poles. Relish in the joyful sounds of bluegrass at the Kluane Mountains Bluegrass Festival.Watch Now >>
Travel the Alaskan Highway from Vancouver Island to Alaska, taking in the dramatic and rugged coastline as you relish the freedom of the Great North. Witness abandoned ghost towns, and visit the Chilkoot Pass, a place that embodies the American spirit of adventure like no other.Watch Now >>
Beloved around the globe as an iconic symbol of America, the sights, sounds, and sweeping vistas of the Grand Canyon, as well as the unique opportunities for outdoor activities, capture the senses and penetrate ones’ heart and soul as few locations on Earth can.Watch Now >>