Definitely an exotic destination, but an equally unforgettable experience for lovers of marine life. At the end of a cruise through the region it will be difficult to remember the number of whales seen! It is estimated that more than 3,000 marine species inhabit the Georgia Strait region, including the largest species of octopus in the world, Stonefish over 100 years old, seals, sea lions, dolphins and an infinite amount of birds.
The region allows several stops in tranquil cities, each with its own atmosphere and culture, some with less than 30,000 inhabitants, but all in tune with nature and offering unparalleled hospitality. Finish your cruise in Vancouver, one of the ten cities with the highest quality of life in the world, and offering a superb backdrop for lovers of the arts, music and theatre.