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Haida Gwaii Sailing Adventure - Wild Women Expeditions

Haida Gwaii Sailing Adventure

Wild Women Expeditions

At the edge of the world, this storm-battered area is an ecologically and archaeologically significant landscape of 100 islands, old-growth forest, rugged headlands, and protected passageways sandwiched between towering mountains. Setting sail with the Wild Women on our Haida Gwaii Sailing Adventure is the perfect way to reset and feel restored in the west coast wilderness. Haida Gwaii is home to the resilient Haida, whose name for the southern islands, Gwaii Haanas, appropriately translates as “islands of beauty” or “place of wonder”. The archipelago is also known as ‘Canada’s Galapagos’ as the islands are bursting with life above and below the giant Sitkas and cedars. More than 500 archaeological sites are found here–the longhouse remains and ghostly carved poles wooed celebrated Canadian artist Emily Carr long ago. Guided by Haida Watchmen who play an instrumental role in the stewardship of the Coastal First Nations (ensuring sustainable tourism and protection of precious natural resources), we’ll journey into the mystical wilderness and remarkable history of the ancient Haida villages that dot the shoreline of the Gwaii Haanas National Park Reserve and Haida Heritage Site. Small ship travel through this unforgettable landscape allows us to voyage to intimate places only accessible by boat or charter float plane. Theories suggest that parts of Haida Gwaii escaped the last ice age, creating a glacial sanctuary for plants and animals. This enlightened thinking helps explain the presence of plant species and subspecies of birds, fish and mammals found nowhere else in the world. We will have eight beautifully suspended days to explore the evolution, oddities and marvels of Haida Gwaii. These islands are an isolated archipelago, difficult to reach and rarely visited. We will anchor in secluded bays and via inflatable Zodiacs, pull up to the shoreline to walk on footprint-less beaches. We might find a few Japanese glass fishing floats that have washed ashore after years of drifting. If you’re seeking a powerfully educational, spiritual, cultural, biodiverse experience, the Haida Gwaii Sailing Adventure is custom designed for you. Don’t let this ship sail without you!

Women-Fueled France Trip to Paris, Provence & Côte d’Azur

Wild Terrains

A fresh take on the tried-and-true trip to France. We’re showing you the real France, and connecting you with the talented women living here today. You’ll hand-dye silk in Provence, sail a catamaran on the Mediterranean, dine in an historic abbey with a Michelin-star chef, and so much more.
Scenic Scandianvia and its fjords

Scenic Scandinavia and its Fjords (Women Only)

Trafalgar Tours

Your travels on this women’s only tour will reveal the storybook beauty and colourful history of Scandinavia. On this Scandinavian trip, you’ll see the fairy tales of Hans Christian Andersen come to life, hop aboard one of Europe’s most exciting train journeys and learn about farm life near Bergen with your new friends by your side.

Sail the Galapagos Islands

Wild Women Expeditions

In 1820, the 2-masted HMS Beagle 10-gun brig-sloop was launched on the River Thames near London. The 28-meter (90 foot) vessel’s second voyage (1831-36) was a circumnavigation of South America and then the globe–Charles Darwin was aboard as a naturalist. The ship was so crowded with crew that Darwin had to sleep in a hammock that was slung above the drafting table in the poop cabin! Aboard the 3-masted Mary Anne, you will have a more pampered experience than Darwin! She has 1,000 square meters of canvas sails and is the only schooner in the Galápagos. A silent sail, powered by wind offers the distinct charms of the past but with all the comforts of present-day. Weather-permitting, Mary Anne’s sails will be hoisted once per trip so we can feel her power. She is the only ship in the Galápagos Archipelago that can navigate by wind power alone and our expert crew will gladly welcome your help in the hoisting! Sailing the Pacific and navigating around the biodiverse Galápagos Islands is an unforgettable expedition for snorkellers, bird lovers, Darwin fans, sailors (greenhorns and sea dogs alike) and those who love extreme landscapes and experiences. Feel the power of the equatorial wind and waves with like-minded women in this truly utopian destination.

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