Travelling Edmonton in December 2021? We offer 1 tours, trips and vacation packages to Edmonton in December 2021. Our Edmonton in December 2021 tour packages and trips have 1 customer reviews. All the Edmonton December 2021 tour packages and trips are carried out by hand-picked, qualified local and international Edmonton tour operators.

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Canadian Rockies & Northern Lights

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11 day explorer tour through Edmonton, Peace River, Jasper and 5 other destinations in Canada. Read More
  • Tour Type Group Tour
  • Operator Intrepid Travel Premier This operator is consistently delivering tours which receive customer ratings above 4.5 on average.
  • Activities Explorer & Northern lights tours
  • Accommodation Hotel, Resort & Lodge
  • Transport Private Vehicle
  • Age Range15+ years old
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North West Passage
5 - Excellent
“I thought that this trip looked exciting. I realised before I went that there was a lot of ice at the earlier part of the route. This meant that our tour started from Resolute Bay rather than Cambridge Bay, which was initially disappointing, as I was interested in the Franklin expedition and would have liked to see where it had been. However, it did mean that we had more time in the Lancaster Strait area which is wonderful for wildlife. We saw about 20 polar bears, gyrfalcon, snowy owl, distant narwal and muskoxen and two breathtaking pods of Orcas (killer whales). We had an interesting talk by the CEO of the Victoria Strait Expedition, which was then taking place, and although we were told that no trace of Franklin's ships had been found, we later heard that one HAD been found.”