Thierry Menoux

SPÉCIALISTE Canada

 

  • Bateau d'expédition - OOE I

    © Uniktour - NV - Bateau d'expédition - OOE I

  • Beechy Island

    © Carole Gobeil - Beechy Island

  • Voyage Uniktour

    © Akademik Ioffe

  • OOE - Passage Nord-Ouest carte

    © Uniktour - OOE - OOE - Passage Nord-Ouest carte

  • Ours Polaires

    © Uniktour - Carole Gobeil - Ours Polaires

  • Twin Private Cabin - OOE

    © Uniktour - NV - Twin Private Cabin - OOE

  • Kayak à Crocker Bay - Île Devon

    © Uniktour - NV - Kayak à Crocker Bay - Île Devon

  • Glacier Crocker Bay

    © Uniktour - NV - Glacier Crocker Bay

Passage Nord-Ouest

13 JOURS / 12 NUITS - de 16500$ à 18975$ CAD

Survol

prix  De 16500$ à 18975$ CAD

type Voyages en bateau

durée 13J / 12N

prix 3/5 (Niveau de confort)

Informations pays

  • Croisière d'expédition en Arctique

Encadrement anglophone - Depuis le Groenland, vous emprunterez l’une des routes maritimes les plus chargées d’histoire et de mystère, reliant les océans Atlantique et Pacifique par le Haut-Arctique canadien. Embarquez et voguez vers l'est sur ces eaux parcourues avant nous par Barrow, Parry et Franklin, il y a près d’un siècle.

Les atours de cette croisière d’expédition se révéleront quand vous observerez l’eau se mouvoir à l’horizon, signe qu’un troupeau de morses ou de phoques s’approche du bateau, ou bien lorsque vous regarderez un ours polaire vagabonder sur la banquise. À terre, les longues et belles randonnées vous offriront de nombreuses opportunités de vous dégourdir les jambes. Ces paysages rigoureux formant la demeure des bœufs musqués, hirsutes et aux airs préhistoriques, nous aurons l’occasion d’en repérer au cours de l’une de nos différentes balades.

Cette expédition en Arctique à bord de l'Akademik Ioffe se veut un voyage de découverte en plein-air et un croisière culturelle à la fois, grace aux naturalistes présents.

N'hésitez pas à contacter notre conseiller spécialiste des Terres Polaires afin d'obtenir de plus amples informations au sujet de cette croisière dans l'Arctique canadien!

ATTENTION : Il faut réserver environ 1 an en avance pour obtenir la cabine de votre choix.  

À NOTER : D'autres itinéraires existent pour naviguer dans le Grand Nord canadien. Veuillez consulter votre conseiller pour trouver la croisière arctique qui vous correspond. Départs entre juin et septembre.

Ce programme est encadré par un personnel de bord anglophone.

À NOTER :
D'autres itinéraires existent pour naviguer dans le Grand Nord. Veuillez consulter votre conseiller pour trouver la croisière arctique qui vous correspond. Départs entre juin et septembre.

  • Jour 1 | Edmonton - Cambridge Bay

Vol Nolisé de Edmonton à Cambridge. Voir la section ''autres tarifs'' pour le prix du billet. 
Au programme, visite de la commune de Cambridge Bay, sur les côtes sud de l’île Victoria. Cambridge Bay, également connue sous le nom d’Ikaluktutiak, ou « l’endroit de la bonne pêche », est un pôle important pour chasser, piéger et pêcher. Les Inuits locaux ont organisé des camps d’été dans cette localité pendant des siècles. De nos jours, les navires se rendent dans la région tous les ans pour y apporter des vivres. Amundsen passa deux hivers dans cette zone, apprenant des locaux l’art de maîtriser le traîneau à chiens. Avant cela, au même endroit, McClintock découvrit des objets de la Marine, des luges, des tombes et des lettres, preuves solides de la présence de l’expédition Franklin en 1859. Nous rejoindrons la navire en Zodiac et lèverons l’ancre.

  •  Jour 2 | Victory Point, île du Roi-Guillaume

On sait peu de choses sur les conditions dans lesquelles vécurent les rescapés de l’expédition Franklin durant leurs derniers mois dans le glacial Arctique. Les navires, abandonnés dans la glace du détroit de Victoria, n’ont laissé pratiquement aucune trace. Un canot de sauvetage abandonné, quelques bribes de cuivre et de fer, des couverts, des boutons et un squelette, ici et là, racontent tous l’histoire d’une course désespérée vers le sud, à la recherche de secours qui n’arriveront jamais. Nous visiterons Victory Point et continuerons de méditer sur la quête pour l’exploration qui ouvrit sur l’Arctique, tout en sacrifiant quelques-uns de ses explorateurs les plus courageux. 

  • Jour 3 | Conningham Bay

En attente de traduction : ''Having emerged from the exciting transit of Bellot Strait, we then cross the broad Victoria Strait and arrive at Conningham Bay on the eastern shore of Prince Edward Island. Here, in the heart of the Northwest Passage is perhaps one of the most remarkable wildlife sites in the Arctic and a known hotspot for polar bears. Beluga whales come to the shallow inlet to rub their white skins against the gravel bottom - an annual ritual. Often when the tide recedes, the whales become trapped in the shallows making them easy prey for the polar bear. It's common to find mothers and their cubs here in sizeable numbers and the skeletons of beluga whales litter the shore - grim testament to the ebb and flow of life in the Arctic.''

  • Jour 4 | Fort Ross et détroit de Bellot

Si les conditions glaciaires le permettent, nous naviguerons dans l’inlet du Prince-Régent et approcherons la pointe est du détroit de Bellot. Fort Ross, situé à la pointe sud de l’île Somerset, est un ancien avant-poste de traite de fourrure de la Compagnie de la baie d’Hudson. Les sites archéologiques des environs racontent l’histoire, plus que millénaire, de l’occupation de ces terres par les Inuits et leurs prédécesseurs. Au départ de Fort Ross, nous tenterons le passage du détroit de Bellot, en y entrant quand les eaux sont basses si possible, afin d’éviter un courant qui peut dépasser 7 nœuds au plus fort du débit. Le mélange des eaux dans ce détroit fournit des ressources alimentaires importantes pour les mammifères marins et nous serons à l’affût des phoques du Groenland, des phoques barbus, voire des ours polaires. À la sortie du détroit de Bellot, nous mettrons le cap au sud dans le détroit de Victoria, en visant l’île du Roi-Guillaume (King William Island).

  • Jour 5 |  Île Beechey

L’aboutissement de notre quête du passage du Nord-Ouest ne saurait se faire sans une escale sur l’île Beechey. C’est là que Franklin et ses compagnons d’infortune passèrent leur dernier hiver « confortable » en 1845, avant de disparaître dans l’immensité glaciaire, entraînant une incroyable série d’expéditions scientifiques qui mirent fin au travail de cartographie de l’archipel nord du Canada. Une soixantaine d’années plus tard, Roald Amundsen fit étape sur l’île Beechey tandis qu’il triomphait du passage du Nord-ouest, en réussissant sa traversée complète. 

Les rencontres avec des ours polaires, des bélougas, des narvals et parfois des baleines boréales sont également possibles en période estivale, sur les terres aux alentours de l’île du Prince-Léopold et de l’inlet du Prince-Régent.   

  • Jour 6 | Détroit de Lancaster et île Devon

Le détroit de Lancaster (Lancaster Sound) est, sous de nombreux aspects, ce que l’on pourrait appeler la « super-autoroute » naturelle de l’Arctique. Point d’évacuation massif en quantité d’eau provenant de l’archipel du Haut-Arctique, les eaux de ce détroit sont riches de leur forte teneur en nutriments.

Associé à des zones d’eau libre la majeure partie de l’année, le détroit de Lancaster concentre une grande diversité de vie animale qui peut s’avérer stupéfiante, étant donné le peu de ressources de la région. Nos étapes sur la côte du détroit de Lancaster dépendront fortement de la glace et des conditions climatiques. 

  • Jour 7 | Île de Baffin

Nous visiterons la petite ville de Pond Inlet et prendrons pour point de départ le Centre Nattinnak, où une spectaculaire exposition culturelle sera la toile de fond d’une présentation mise sur pied pour nous par l’association des jeunes et des aînés de Pond Inlet. Vous pourrez également faire l’acquisition de sculptures inuits, de bijoux et d’autres objets artisanaux réalisés par des artisans locaux. Nous réserverons du temps à une rencontre avec les enfants de Pond Inlet, dont les capacités athlétiques ne manqueront pas de vous étonner lorsqu’ils vous feront des démonstrations relatives aux défis des Jeux inuits.

  • Jour 8 | Baie de Baffin (Baffin Bay)

Notre passage dans la baie de Baffin se fera en fonction de l’étendue de la dénommée « middle ice », les glaciers qui s’égrènent dans la baie. Nous nous fixerons comme but la lisière de la banquise pour ensuite la longer, tout en traversant la baie. Le temps que nous passerons en mer sera conditionné par l’étendue de la glace et par la quantité de faune observable. Les baleines pilotes (globicéphales noirs), ainsi que de nombreuses espèces de phoques arctiques et d’oiseaux marins abondent dans Baffin Bay. À l’approche de la côte groenlandaise, nous commencerons à voir se profiler les beaux icebergs  nés des imposants glaciers du Groenland.

  • Jour 9 | Navigation vers le Groenland

Leaving the rugged coastline of Baffin Island, our crossing of Baffin Bay allows us time to slow down and reflect on the beauty and experiences we have shared. Our team of onboard experts will continue to educate us on the history and wildlife of the region while our naturalists keep watch looking for fulmars and dovekies, pilot whales and perhaps even orca. As we approach Greenland, we also increase our likelihood of spotting some of the big baleen whales like the fin and sei whales.

  • Jour 10 | Glacier Jakobshavn

Le glacier Jakobshavn, une des merveilles du monde, crache régulièrement de massifs icebergs tabulaires dans la baie de Disko. Notre approche d’Ilulissat dépendra donc de la quantité de glace dans et autour de l’embouchure du glacier. Rendez-vous compte, ce glacier avance de 40m par jour ! Ilulissat est la ville natale de Knud Rasmussen (né en 1879), l’un des plus célèbres explorateurs et anthropologues du Groenland.

  • Jour 11 | Sisimiut

Nous explorerons le fjord situé derrière Sisimiut, avant de visiter la ville dans l’après-midi. Nous espérons rencontrer quelques-uns des traditionnels kayakistes groenlandais. Peut-être que nous pourrons assister à une démonstration d’esquimautage par l’un des anciens champions des tournois de kayak au Groenland.

  • Jour 12 | Sondre Stromfjord

Le fjord de Sondre est l’un des plus longs fjords qui découpe les terres du Groenland. Pour quelques heures encore, nous naviguerons dans cet incroyable fjord. We plan to venture into some of the small side fjords that we can zodiac into and explore on foot or by kayak. Major geologic and geomorphologic features will surround us and we hope to find muskox along the shores of the fjord as well. Soaring high above us will be the white-tailed sea eagle, riding the thermals off the ridges. There are fantastic opportunities for hiking.

  • Jour 13 | Kangerlussuaq / Kangerlussuaq

Nous jetterons l’ancre et débarquerons de notre navire d’expédition en Zodiac. 
Notre vol charter est au départ d'une ancienne base aérienne américaine (Bluie West-8 et Camp Lloyd). Envol vers Ottawa.


IMPORTANT : About our itinerary – Polar exploration can be unpredictable.
Specific sites visited will depend on prevailing weather and ice conditions at the time of sailing. The above itinerary should be read as a 'guide only' and may change. The ship's Captain in conjunction with the Expedition Leader continually review the sailing plan throughout the voyage, making adjustments to the itinerary along the way to take advantage of optimal weather and ice conditions or to maximise our encounters with wildlife. Decades of experience spent exploring these waterways mean we have a large number of outstanding landing sites and zodiac cruising locations to consider, even when the weather conditions may not be ideal or when heavy ice may block out planned route. A flexible approach is something we encourage you to bring to the ship.

ATTENTION : Il faut réserver environ 1 an en avance pour obtenir la cabine de votre choix. 

 

La tarification (portion à destination)
Prix par personne 16500$CAD

**Les budgets présentés sur ce site web ne le sont qu’à titre indicatif et n’ont aucune valeur contractuelle (notamment car il n’y a pas de date de départ indiquée). Les prix sont amenés à changer très régulièrement sur ce site en fonction du cours des devises et des fluctuations des prestations hôtelières. Pour obtenir un devis, nous vous invitons à cliquer ici.

** Le tarif de la portion terrestre n'est pas assujetis à la TPS & TVQ. Le budget présenté exclut également le 0.1% de contribution au FICAV (Fond d'indemnisation des clients des agents de voyages).



Autres frais
Vol international Nous consulter
Dépôt requis sur la portion terrestre 4950 $
Budget vols nolisés A/R - Edmonton/Cambridge + Kangerlussuak/Ottawa 2672 $
Rabais pour cabine ''triple partagée'' -2435 $
Supplément pour Cabine ''double/Twin - PRIVÉE'' 3043 $
Supplément pour Cabine ''Supérieure'' 4512 $
Supplément pour Cabine ''Shakelton'' 8108 $
Supplément pour l'option Kayak 912 $
  • Le budget de ce voyage comprend:

- Les transferts aéroport/navire/aéroport à Cambridge Bay et à Kangerlussuak
- L'usage de jumelles et équipement anti-pluie à bord du bateau
- Hébergement sur la croisière en cabine ''double/twin semi-privée''
- Pension complète à bord (+ thé/café 24h/24)
- Prêt de bottes et d'équipements thermiques pour les sorties
- L'encadrement en anglais à bord du navire Akademik Ioffe
- Toutes les sorties en zodiaque, les visites culturelles, les débarquements selon le programme
- Des guides et conférenciers experts des terres polaires à bord
- Les excursions mentionnées au programme pendant la croisière

  • Le budget de ce voyage ne comprend pas:

- Les vols nolisés Edmonton/Cambridge + Kangerlussuak/Ottawa (Voir les options)
- Les nuitées pré et post-croisière à Edmonton et Ottawa (Voir les options)
- Les activités optionnelles comme le kayak
- Les pourboires, consommations de boisson et dépenses personnelles
- Les achats à bord du bateau (consommations, Internet, laverie, etc)
- Les assurances liées au voyage (annulation/interruption/santé/évacuation/bagages/etc)
- Tout ce qui n'est pas mentionné dans la section ci-dessus "le budget de ce voyage comprend"


ATTENTION : Il faut réserver environ 1 an en avance pour obtenir la cabine de votre choix. 

 

Prochaines dates de départ

ATTENTION : Il faut réserver environ 1 an en avance pour obtenir la cabine de votre choix.  

À NOTER : D'autres itinéraires existent pour naviguer dans le Grand Nord canadien. Veuillez consulter votre conseiller pour trouver la croisière arctique qui vous correspond. Départs entre juin et septembre.

 

  • THE BOAT
Built: 1988, Rauma, Finland
Length: 117m
Breadth: 18.2 m
Draft: 6 m
Power: twin engine, 5,000Kw diesel, twin propeller
Max speed: 14.5 kts
Crew and staff: 65
Passengers: 96

Comfort and Stability
Designed and built as a scientific research vessel in Finland, the One Ocean Voyager is very stable, quiet and comfortable. Refitting and refurbishment over the last two years oriented towards her role as an expedition cruise vessel has greatly improved the comfort and calibre of the facilities aboard the ship. 
There is little if any ambient noise from engines or machinery and with most of the public spaces on a separate deck from the majority of the cabins there is little issue with passenger-generated noise. 
Vessel stabilization is gained through a combination of internal stabilizers and a built-in ballast trimming system. The rapid transfer of ballast between special trimming tanks reduces vessel motion and coupled with a modern hull design gives us a stable platform for science and exploration.

Bar
Having undergone an extensive renovation in 2011 to expand the size and comfort of the bar, we have found the bar to be one of the best gathering places onboard. Located aft of the lobby on the main deck the bar is easily accessible to all passengers. With outside views through portholes and a door out onto the main deck, the bar is a comfortable place to enjoy a fresh fruit smoothie before breakfast, grab a bottle of water before an excursion or enjoy a cocktail before dinner. A stereo with MP3 player dock and a monitor showing live video footage of the view forward from the bridge at all times can be found in the bar.

Bridge
The ship’s bridge is located on Deck 6 and is open to passengers virtually 24-hours a day. The officer on watch and a helmsman can always be found on duty on the bridge and it is also the best place to meet the master of the vessel. The chart room is a fascinating place to visit and expedition staff or ship’s crew are often available to answer questions about the equipment and instruments found on the bridge.
In addition, the bridge is an excellent place to sightsee and view wildlife from. Binoculars and wildlife identification guidebooks can be found on the bridge and during much of the day, an expedition guide will be watching for wildlife from the bridge.

Communications
The ship carries all required communications and navigation facilities and equipment. An Iridium satellite communication system is in place for both voice and personal email use. Equipped with Inmarsat telephone and fax equipment as well as a variety of shortwave, SSB, and VHF radio systems, she also carries fully current GMDSS (Global Marine Distress and Safety System) equipment.

Dining Room

With buffet breakfasts, buffet and/or plated lunches and plated dinners, the dining room can seat all passengers in one sitting. Attractively lit and comfortably furnished, it is served by our ship’s stewards and hosted by our Adventure Concierges. Our culinary team includes four chefs who are creative and outstanding in their commitment to quality, outstanding taste, and healthy preparation.
To keep up to date with the view from the bridge, live streaming video can be viewed on a television screen in the dining room during meals. A small lounge can be found in the forward part of the dining room along with a small bar used during meal service.

Elevator
A lift (or elevator) services Deck 1 through 5, allowing access to and from the presentation room on Deck 1. The bridge and cabins on Deck 6 are not accessible by lift. Access to the zodiacs is by way of gangway stairs from the main deck (Deck 3).

Gift Shop
The gift shop carries a supply of souvenirs and sundries and is open most days of the voyage and can be opened at anytime for your convenience. From warm hats and gloves to polar books and t-shirts, the gift shop has something for everyone. In addition a small selection of toiletries and sundries can be purchased from the gift shop.

Fitness & Fitness Room
Our onboard fitness program allows even the most dedicated enthusiast or those interested in starting a new regime, the opportunity to keep up or start their individual or group fitness. The fitness room onboard the vessel has a set of free weights, exercise bike and rowing machine. Exercise mats and balls are also available in the fitness room, as is a stereo with an MP3 player dock.

Wellness Centre
With our registered massage therapist, fitness trainer, yoga instructor (on select departures) sauna and hot water spa, your mind and body will be rejuvenated and ready for either the next round of activities or a chance to curl up in a cozy spot in front of our fireplace. Having the option to start and end each day with healthy and whole food options, provide the base for your system to be running optimally.

Infirmary
Located on Deck 5, the infirmary can cater to basic medical needs. Although containing an impressive quantity of medical supplies, passengers with pre-existing medical conditions requiring medication or supplies should come self-reliant. We will carry an English speaking emergency physician on every voyage. If there is a need to consult the ship’s doctor and receive medications from the infirmary, passengers will be invoiced for the cost of any items supplied.

Library
The library is located on Deck 5 and has wonderful forward viewing windows. A quiet part of the ship containing a large conference table, seating for about 18 and numerous polar reference books, the library is a great place to relax and learn about the region being visited. Just outside the library, there is additional seating in wingback chairs, another great place to sit and read.
The library has a slide screen and whiteboard and is often used for small group focus sessions and discussions.

Lounge
Adjacent to the bar on the main deck, the lounge has a piano, television, board games and puzzles and is connected to our popular bar. Outside where a covered viewing and seating area is located you can enjoy the beautiful vistas of Antarctica. Be sure to take a cozy blanket with you from the lounge while you go out to sit and enjoy the view from the starboard side of the ship.
A 24-hour coffee and tea station can be found in the lounge, which also serves as an overflow area for the bar during Happy Hour and for after dinner card games. Of course, what lounge would be complete without a fireplace?

Mud Room
An expedition requires expedition gear and a place to keep it. Our passenger mudroom is the ideal spot to prepare for excursions and keep your gumboots and foul weather gear separate from your cabin. Shelves on the aft wall of the mudroom help in the storage of gumboots and a pegboard is in place for drying gloves.
The mudroom is on the main deck, between the reception area and the bar and we use this direct access to outside for boarding the zodiacs via the gangway.

Presentation Room
Our presentation room can be found on Deck 1, the lowest and most stable deck on our vessel. With seating for all passengers and elevator access, the presentation room is equipped with theatre style seating and modern multi-media presentation system.

Sauna, Hot Water Spa and Polar Salt Water Plunge Pool
Following a day of excursions, a sauna with complimentary aromatic oils can be a wonderful way to unwind. Located on Deck 5, the sauna and adjacent plunge pool is open each afternoon and evening. The sauna seats approximately six people and the plunge pool can be filled with polar water on demand or for special events. There is a change room with towels and a shower room between the sauna and the plunge pool.

Top Deck and Observatory
The top deck enjoys 360 degree views around the ship. A great place to enjoy calm sea days and spectacular Antarctic scenery, the top deck also has a small observatory where a spotting scope is stored as well as warm blankets and a comfortable bench.
Bring your travel mug with you to the top deck on pleasant afternoons and our Adventure Concierges will bring carafes of steaming hot chocolate or other hot beverages to you. Refill your travel mug as often as you like.

Multimedia Room
Our multimedia room contains Apple Macintosh computers with the latest software for photo management and manipulation. External hard drives, a battery recharging station (110 V and 220 V powerbars for plugging in your charger), multi-card readers and a selection of cables for connecting various cameras to the computer can be found here. Manage your rapidly expanding polar image library, burn DVD’s or prepare slide shows to entertain fellow passengers or family at home. In addition we have available a portable 4”x6” photo printer to print out copies of some of your favourite photos.
 


  • BEFORE YOU BOOK – Important Voyage Details
Proof of our Polar Commitment - When travelling with One Ocean Expeditions, you will discover how much we care about the places and people we visit. We demonstrate this by finding ways to give back as well as taking away so many incredible memories. For more information on our commitment to responsible tourism, please review our document entitled, “Our Environmental Commitment”.

Medical Documentation – Once you have booked your voyage to the Polar Regions, you will be required to complete a Medical Information Form. This form must be completed, signed and returned to One Ocean Expeditions no later than 90 days prior to departure.
Passport – Well before traveling, please ensure you have a current passport with an accurate photo, valid for at least six months after your scheduled return flight home. Also check that your airline tickets are in exactly the same name as your passport. Some countries may require you to have a return air ticket or sufficient funds to purchase such a ticket.

Budgeting – It is a good idea to bring along some $US cash. There are some onboard expenses such as those incurred at the bar, in our gift shop and for satellite communication via email or phone. There are also several souvenir shopping opportunities throughout the voyage including at some of the Inuit communities. $CA is the preferred currency in such locations.

Clothes – We do not need to tell you it is cold in the Arctic. So make sure you come prepared with clothes that will adequately protect you from the weather and wet conditions (sea spray is common onboard Zodiacs). Expensive specialty gear is not required, but you should have warm, waterproof clothing available upon your arrival at your embarkation point. Please read the One Ocean Expeditions Pre-departure Information for more details about what to bring on the journey. Windproof and waterproof outer weather gear as well as expedition gumboots are included in the price of your voyage. This saves you from having to bring heavy clothing and boots from home. Details of this gear can be found in your pre-departure information.

Onboard – Like the weather, sea conditions can also be unpredictable. Rough waters are not uncommon in this part of the world. You will be safe and comfortable aboard with your experienced crew in control of our ship, but you may suffer the effects of motion sickness, unless you have taken precautions. We recommend visiting your doctor prior to departure for medication that can help you avoid this easily treated condition.
Gratuities – We suggest you allow the equivalent of $US10 - $US15 a day for gratuities for the crew and expedition staff. This is usually collected just prior to the end of the cruise. Gratuities are at your discretion.
 
 Sea Kayaking – If you have some experience sea kayaking and are interested in doing this activity during the expedition, you will need to book this option prior to departure from home. We cannot book this activity once onboard. There is a separate document for sea kayakers that you will need to review beforehand. It’s important you have some prior paddling experience. If you are unsure, speak to your booking agent or contact us to discuss.

Embarkation Protocol – Guests arrive with the rest of the group accompanied by the One Ocean Expeditions’ Representative. Full details of embarkation/disembarkation procedures will be supplied with your final documentation. Once onboard, you will be participating in an obligatory lifeboat drill. We will also conduct important briefings on landing procedures and Zodiac operations.

Travel Insurance – On all One Ocean Expeditions’ voyages, you must have comprehensive travel insurance. Your own domestic government medical insurance and private health care plans will not cover you in most overseas countries. Your travel agent can recommend a policy designed to cover participants on these cruises. Your policy must provide coverage for your medical costs in case of hospitalization, emergency travel and repatriation. We require that you obtain adequate insurance before joining the voyage.  Cancellation insurance is also recommended.

Please check the terms of your policy carefully, particularly with regard to limits of cover (i.e. replacement of photographic equipment, baggage loss, claims procedure, costs due to airline delays etc). Also ensure you are familiar with the procedure for making claims (for example, most policies stipulate that claims must be made within a certain time after completion of your journey).Once you have paid your deposit or full payment, certain fees will apply if you have to cancel your holiday (see the cancellation provisions in our terms and conditions). For this reason you should take out insurance at the time of paying your deposit, which should then protect you in such a situation. 

Visas– Commencing in March 2016, Canada will be introducing and Electronic Travel Authorization (eTA) program. Under this program citizens from countries other than the United States (who do not need a visa to enter Canada) will need to obtain an online authorization before flying to Canada. A fee of $CA7 is payable for processing an application for an electronic travel authorization. An application must be made online with the Department (Citizenship and Immigration Canada) for that purpose. An electronic travel authorization is valid for a period of five years from the day on which it is issued. If you plan any side trips to other countries you will need to investigate visa requirements as it is your responsibility to ensure you have all required visas for your trip. Rules and regulations governing the issuance of visas are constantly changing and vary for different nationalities. You should check visa requirements with your travel agent or relevant consular authority well before traveling.
 
The information provided here is given in good faith and has been compiled with all reasonable care. However, some of the information may become out of date. Please keep this in mind and check with us if you want to be sure about anything. The document was correct at time of printing but you can check online for the most up to date version. If you have any queries, please contact your travel agent or our staff. We are here to help you!
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