Outer Shore Expeditions returning to Haida Gwaii

Outer Shores Expeditions,recently unveiled its 2015 sailing schedule, with Haida Gwaii returning as one of the company's travel options.

Outer Shores Expeditions, a British Columbian sailing operator, recently unveiled its 2015 sailing schedule, with Haida Gwaii returning as one of the company’s 19 travel destinations.

The company is offering eight Haida Gwaii Archipelago “Islands at the Edge” sailings in 2014, with four of the five sailing so far being sell-outs. In 2015, there will be six eight-night trips to Haida Gwaii at a cost of $5,000 per traveller.

The Islands at the Edge expedition spans nine days, with passengers exploring and learning about the ecosystems, wildlife and cultural heritage of Haida Gwaii, while visiting the Gwaii Haanas National Park Reserve, Haida Heritage Site, National Marine Conservation Area and ancient Haida villages.

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