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Canada & New England

Canada is the second largest and one from the wealthiest countries in the world. It is situated in the northern part of North America and has an area of nearly 10 000 000 km2. Being washed by the Atlantic, Pacific and Arctic Oceans Canada may make boast of its world’s longest coastline that is over 200 000 km long. This country also leads in many other categories – for example, it has the biggest amount of lakes with the greatest fresh water supply in them and the northernmost settlement on the Ellesmere Island. 75% of its territory is the North zone. Already want to cognize this mighty and grand but so attractive and welcoming country? Well, numerous Canada cruises will certainly show you its temper! English and French are both Canada’s official languages. More than 50% of population preaches Christianity. Ottawa is the capital of the country, but its largest city is Toronto. Today’s Yukon’s area was inhabited by Aboriginal... Read more

Canada & New England

Canada is the second largest and one from the wealthiest countries in the world. It is situated in the northern part of North America and has an area of nearly 10 000 000 km2. Being washed by the Atlantic, Pacific and Arctic Oceans Canada may make boast of its world’s longest coastline that is over 200 000 km long. This country also leads in many other categories – for example, it has the biggest amount of lakes with the greatest fresh water supply in them and the northernmost settlement on the Ellesmere Island. 75% of its territory is the North zone. Already want to cognize this mighty and grand but so attractive and welcoming country? Well, numerous Canada cruises will certainly show you its temper! English and French are both Canada’s official languages. More than 50% of population preaches Christianity. Ottawa is the capital of the country, but its largest city is Toronto. Today’s Yukon’s area was inhabited by Aboriginal people over 26 000 years ago. Europeans began their active colonization of Canadian territory in the late XV century. In 1931 Canada received from Britain near total independence, and in 1982 it became fully sovereign. Canada has very diverse weather conditions. The average day temperatures can reach 25-30 °C on the west coast of British Columbia and be below -40 °C in the Prairies. 45 °C is the hottest temperature ever recorded in Canada, while the lowest one is -63° C. Different regions of the country may be covered with snow during the whole year, experience frequent rainfall or have dry sunny summers. You’ll find here foliage forests and taiga, tundra and arctic deserts. Amazing volcanoes and mountains, opulent vegetation and multiyear ice – such a diversity make Canada cruise deals really attractive and exciting. And most of them just can’t pass by one more delightful place called New England – the region of the Northeastern United States comprising the states of Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Rhode Island and Vermont. It is situated to the east of New Brunswick and to the north of Quebec, both of which are the Canadian provinces. The New England’s climate is also very diverse. You’ll find here long cold winters with strong winds and thick snowpack and wet pleasant summer with warm temperatures. This region attracts many tourists during the autumn when its numerous foliage forests get into bright multicolored clothes. So the most popular months for New England cruises are September and October. Exciting Canada cruise and trip along the New England’s coast will let you to feel yourself like a young discoverer while opening the unique world of wild nature and aboriginal culture. It was colonial New England that gave birth to present-days United States – so you can explore two great countries from the very depths of their souls at the same time! You should just choose one from the numerous Canada and New England cruises! Montreal and Toronto, Newport and Springfield, Boston and Portland – many welcoming cities will gladly show you their fascinating architecture, world’s famous museums and galleries, leading universities and operas. You will be absolutely amazed with breath-taking views of the coastline, fantastic landscapes, charming villages and bustling harbor towns with their long history. Various sightseeing tours, whale and polar bear watching, kayaking, skiing, bicycling and hiking – everybody will enjoy his favorite activity. Acadia National Park, the Cape Cod National Seashore, Appalachian Mountains, Maritime Museum in Halifax, Wood Buffalo National Park, Lake Louise and many other points of interest will give you pleasant and positive impressions after your superior trip in Canada and New England. Feel the romance of this region – unforgettable Canada and New England cruise will show you the world where nature reigns.

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