Our Three Oceans
Travel from the Atlantic to the Arctic to the Pacific Ocean, with stops in between at some of Canada’s most iconic destinations. Spot the icebergs on Fogo Island in Newfoundland, count beluga whales in Arctic waters, float across Lake Louise and spot black bears in British Columbia’s Pacific Rim National Park.
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1-2 | ST. JOHN'S, NL
Upon your arrival at the St. John’s International Airport, a private SUV will deliver you to your hotel. Visit George Street, allegedly home to more restaurants and bars per square foot than any other street in North America. If you’re overwhelmed at the ample options, we’re happy to make recommendations or dining reservations. Accommodations are at the JAG Boutique Hotel in 2x One Bedroom Suites.
On your second day you will go “around the Bay” along the picturesque coastline of Conception Bay, the home of pirates of centuries ago. Visiting original sailing ports and walking in the footsteps of seasoned and salty Sea Captains, you’ll learn about the history, culture and language of the Newfoundland people. Accommodations are at the JAG Boutique Hotel in 2x One Bedroom Suites.
3-5 | FOGO ISLAND, NL
Today a private SUV transfer will deliver you to St. John’s International Airport, where you’ll board your Citation X private jet to the Gander Airport. After a short helicopter transfer you’ll arrive at the Fogo Island Inn. A social enterprise and community asset, Fogo Island Inn is operated under the Shorefast Foundation, a registered non-profit dedicated to promoting cultural and economic resiliency on Fogo Island. Accommodations are at the Fogo Island Inn in 2x Fogo Island Suites.
Your time on Fogo Island comes with the choice of many activities, all season and weather dependent. Activities and adventures on Fogo Island revolve around sharing with locals, whether it’s a hike along the dramatic coastline, traditional cod fishing, taking an excursion offshore to visit with the icebergs or meeting a local boat builder making traditional wooden rowboats. The Fogo Island Inn also offers a local host program, designed to showcase the island, its heritage and the colorful residents who live there. Accommodations are at the Fogo Island Inn in 2x Fogo Island Suites.
6 | SOMERSET ISLAND, NU
Today a short helicopter transfer will deliver you to the Gander Airport, where you’ll board your Citation X private jet to Resolute Bay. A seaplane transfer will deliver you to the Arctic Watch Wilderness Lodge, 500 miles north of the Arctic Circle. Nestled on the shores of the Northwest Passage in Nunavut, Arctic Watch attracts thousands of beluga whales each year who flock to the ‘warm’ waters to mate and deliver their young. Accommodations are at Arctic Watch Wilderness Resort in 2x Cabins.
7-10 | SOMERSET ISLAND, NU
Excursions at Arctic Watch are designed to showcase the best of Mother Nature and are tailored to guests’ unique abilities. Sea kayak the Northwest Passage with beluga whales, photograph muskox, Arctic foxes, polar bears, seals, and migratory birds, raft or paddle board the Cunningham River, fish for Arctic char, view 1000 year old archaeological sites, ATV the shores of Somerset Island, or view the 2000 beluga whales that congregate annually in the inlet. Accommodations are at Arctic Watch Wilderness Resort in 2x Cabins.
11-12 | JASPER, AB
A short seaplane transfer will deliver you to Resolute Bay, where your Citation X private jet will be waiting to transport you to the Hinton/Jasper Airport. Upon your arrival, a private SUV will transfer you to your hotel. Accommodations are at the Fairmont Jasper Park Lodge in 2x Lakefront Suites.
On your twelfth day, enjoy a private eco-tour of Jasper National Park, a UNESCO-designated World Heritage Site. This 11,000 square foot park offers plenty to see and do each season. Spot migrant songbirds, bighorn Sheep or elk, bald eagles, and even black bears. Admire the soaring Mt Edith Cavell, and the turquoise waters of Maligne Lake. Accommodations are at the Fairmont Jasper Park Lodge in 2x Lakefront Suites.
13 | JASPER, AB
Today is both a sightseeing and a travel day, as you make your way from Jasper to Lake Louise by private SUV with your own guide. Traveling along the scenic Icefields Parkway, keep your eyes peeled for black and grizzly bears, moose, mountain goats and sheep! Visit the Columbia Icefield, a series of ancient glaciers spanning over 200 miles. You’ll also make stops at Athabasca Falls and Peyto Lake, as well as embarking on a private helicopter tour over the Cline, Lion and Lioness Glaciers. Accommodations are at the Fairmont Chateau Lake Louise in 2x Fairmont Gold One Bedroom Suites.
14 | LAKE LOUISE, AB
Today you’ll explore both Yoho and Lake Louise national parks, visiting Moraine Lake, Field, British Columbia, the Takkakaw Falls and the Spiral Tunnels. The tunnels were built out of necessity, due in part to the deep valleys and towering peaks that caused a problem for the Canadian Pacific Railway traversing the area in the 1800’s. The tracks (while having been updated) are still used by trains today, and you may witness one lumbering along from one of many viewpoints. Accommodations are at the Fairmont Chateau Lake Louise in 2x Fairmont Gold One Bedroom Suites.
15-17 | TOFINO, BC
Today a private transfer from Lake Louise will deliver you to the Springbank Airport, where you’ll board your private jet to Tofino British Columbia. Upon arrival, you’ll be met by your driver and taken to your oceanfront hotel, resting on the shores of the Pacific ocean. The evening is yours to spend at leisure. Accommodations are at the Wickaninnish Inn in 2x Chesterman Beach Loft Suites.
On your sixteenth day you’ll embark on a half-day kayaking tour of Clayoquot Sound. A designated UNESCO Biosphere Reserve, the Clayoquot Sound is filled with lush temperate rainforests, abundant marine life, bald eagles, black bears and wolves. Landing your kayak on Meares Island, you’ll enjoy a leisurely hike through the rainforest, where you’ll learn about the giant cedar trees, as well as the of the island and its people. Accommodations are at the Wickaninnish Inn in 2x Chesterman Beach Loft Suites.
The seventeenth day is yours at leisure to explore Tofino and the surrounding areas. The options are endless, and include everything from mild to wild. Watch bears feasting on salmon along a shoreline, take a dip in a nearby hot springs, don a wetsuit and go surfing, meditate on a quiet nature walk, or cast a line fishing in the many rivers and ocean nearby. Accommodations are at the Wickaninnish Inn in 2x Chesterman Beach Loft Suites.
18 | NIMMO BAY, BC
Today a private SUV transfer will deliver you to the Tofino Airport, where you’ll board your Citation X private jet to Port Hardy. From there a short seaplane transfer will deliver you to Nimmo Bay. Tucked in the Broughton Archipelago deep in the Great Bear Rainforest, Nimmo Bay Wilderness Resort is a leader in helicopter-led adventures, taking you to remote places far from civilization. Accommodations are at Nimmo Bay Wilderness Resort in 2x Cabins.
19-20 | NIMMO BAY, BC
Today you’ll board a private helicopter for your guided fishing trip. Whether you’re a seasoned angler or never handled a rod, this adventure is perfect for anyone who wants to fish. Your expert guide will deliver you to isolated streams and rivers filled with Coho, Chinook, Pink and Steelhead Salmon, as well as Dolly Varden Char, Rainbow and Cutthroat Trout. You have all-day access to your helicopter and guide, which gives you the ability to go where the fish are. Accommodations are at Nimmo Bay Wilderness Resort in 2x Cabins.
On your twentieth day you’ll enjoy a helicopter adventure deep in the backcountry, where your expert pilot/guide will take you to 10,000 year old glaciers, mountain tops, old growth forests, remote beaches, waterfalls, and islands. The activities are endless, and the scenery breathtaking. You may find yourself helicopter-hiking, swimming, rafting, fishing or wildlife viewing. Enjoy a picnic on an ancient glacier, toasting to your remote paradise with a glass of bubbly. Accommodations are at Nimmo Bay Wilderness Resort in 2x Cabins.
21-22 | VANCOUVER, BC
This morning you’ll receive a short seaplane transfer to Port Hardy, where you’ll board your Citation X private jet for the short ride to Vancouver. Upon your arrival at Vancouver International Airport’s South Terminal, a private SUV transfer will deliver you to your hotel. The afternoon is yours to explore at leisure. Stroll the nearby seawall or shop ‘til you drop on Alberni Street, home of Hermes, Prada and more. Accommodations are at the Fairmont Pacific Rim in 2x Fairmont Gold Corner Suites.
On your twenty-second day you’ll set out to explore Vancouver, from the bustling city streets to the serene parks. Stroll the historic cobbled streets of Gastown, admire revitalized warehouses of Yaletown and take in the sights and smells of Chinatown. Explore Stanley Park and admire the famous West Coast Totem Poles. Finally, head to Vancouver’s North Shore to walk through coastal rainforests. Accommodations are at the Fairmont Pacific Rim in 2x Fairmont Gold Corner Suites.
23 | VICTORIA, BC
Today you’ll board a seaplane for a visit to charming Victoria, BC. Your private exploration begins with Butchart Gardens, a 50-acre horticultural gem set outside the city of Victoria. Following your visit to the gardens, return to downtown Victoria and visit the shops on Lower Johnson Street, known as ‘LoJo’ to locals. Enjoy an exhilarating open-air zodiac adventure as you go whale-watching through the Juan de Fuca and Haro Straits. A seaplane transfer will return you back to Vancouver’s Coal Harbour at the end of the day. Accommodations are at the Fairmont Pacific Rim in a 2x Fairmont Gold Corner Suites.