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Northwest Passage 7-22 September 2025

Join Peter Eastway on a voyage to Canada's amazing Northwest Passage.
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Date: 7 - 22 September 2025

Aurora Code: NWP008G

Please be sure to book through us to get the most out of the photography component of your voyage!

There are already four keen photographers onboard with Peter, so now is the time to make your plans and book a berth so you can be sure of joining us!

The labyrinthine channels of the legendary Northwest Passage have enchanted explorers and adventurers for centuries. On our voyage, we’ll get a glimpse into the world that captivated early explorers such as Franklin, Amundsen and Larsen, by exploring a portion of the fabled Northwest Passage.

You’ll visit the final resting places of some of the legendary explorers who have ventured here and experience the same archipelago of islands and channels that make up Canada’s High Arctic region. Along the way, we hope to meet local indigenous people who call this remote wilderness home, and perhaps catch glimpses of the wildlife that inhabit the region: polar fox, bowhead whale, polar bear and the elusive narwhal.

You may encounter the variable sea ice that once prevented ships from traversing the Northwest Passage, adding a compelling element of adventure that is integral to any genuine expedition.

Contact Kim for prices (you can also see them on the Aurora Expeditions website - use the code above to search for the correcct voyage) – and don’t leave it too late – berths have been selling out very early!