Check out some whales in the Antarctic
See your first Polar Bear in the Canadian Artic…
…And play Canada’s Top Golf Course too!
I first came across this fascinating company at a Cape Breton luncheon just prior to the Toronto Golf Show this past March. I have been told that there may be a familiarization trip or FAM as we like to call it. I might get invited, might not! I have never been to Cape Breton or Nova Scotia for that matter…if anyone is listening…
Nature lover that I am I thought this was just to fascinating not to bring it to your attention.
This is a Canadian Company, I assume, founded by Andrew Prossin a native of Cape Breton. Andrew has a passion for the worlds Polar Regions and a commitment to its environmental protection to combine with his 25 years in the expedition cruise industry.
You really need to check out their website to find out every place they go and all that they do! https://www.oneoceanexpeditions.com/experiences
Other destinations they visit include: Chile, Central America and Scotland, the Faroe Islands & Iceland
Sooooo… How about – 8 days on a golf expedition along Canada’s East Coast
‘Fiddles and Sticks’ golf expedition just maybe should be on your bucket list – if you are an avid golfer, or just a fan of discovering the best of Canada’s Atlantic Provinces. This golf expedition takes you to select golf courses along Canada’s East Coast – some of the top courses in Canada.
Experienced expedition guides accompany you on sea kayaking, stand up paddling, cycling, hiking und zodiac excursions are on the daily agenda, and offering incredible opportunities in Nova Scotia, Prince Edward Island and Quebec at your own pace.
Beautiful scenery, wildlife encounters, magnificent shorelines, red cliffs and sandy beaches, world class golf courses, and delicious local delicacies onboard.
Wildlife encounters within natural habitat. Bird sanctuaries such as a gannet colony and Sable Island, home to approximately 350 wild horses and the world’s largest grey seal colony.
Experience famous East Coast culture. The islands of Canada’s Atlantic coast feature a rich and diverse culture, found in small fishing communities and remote out ports.
Top it all off with the option to play some of Canada’s top golf courses.
- Cabot Links, Inverness,Nova Scotia
- Cabot Cliffs, Inverness, Nova Scotia
- L’Etang-du-Nord,Isles-de-la-Madeleine,Nova Scotia
- Crowbush, Morell,Prince Edward Island
- Highland Links, Ingonish,Nova Scotia