Travel in North America - breathe the air of research and discovery

Being a distant land and surrounded by oceans on its every side, North America has always attracted many travelers and scientific expeditions to explore its natural treasures and resources. Although today the continent is a highly industrialized region and the peculiarities of its natural scene are well known, the tradition and spirit of exploration and research, connected with the land, have not vanished; on the contrary, many leisure travelers start a North America travel for the sake of their own discovery.

North America is a continent, bordered on the north by the Arctic Ocean, on the east by the North Atlantic Ocean, on the south by the Caribbean Sea and on the west by the North Pacific Ocean. North America's only land connection is to South America at the narrow Isthmus of Panama. Therefore, North America is primarily accessible by air or by ship. One of the best options to travel to North America by air is to take a flight with the North American Airline, based at John F. Kennedy International Airport in New York. Although the North American Airline is small in comparison to many other US airlines, but it operates regular flights to many North America destinations, including Santo Domingo, the Dominican Republic, Aguadilla, Puerto Rico, Georgetown, Guyana and Santiago.

A travel in North America can be diverse as its landscape is. Tourist agencies offer an adventurous travel in North America, luxury packages, canoeing and kayaking tours and a lot more, while the exploration and discovery have always been inseparable parts of any travel in North America. North America features an incredible variety of beautiful landscapes, scenic wildlife and unique cultures. Whether cruising aboard a large liner or a small vessel, or hiking in remote mountains, you will experience an unexpected exotic natural world. Here are some ideas and getaways for your travel in North America.

Explore unspoiled wilderness of the most remote regions of Northern America, Alaska and British Columbia. In the Denali National Park of Alaska you can walk near Grizzlies, caribou and moose. The Glacier Bay National Park possesses a diverse and spectacular marine wildlife and you can watch Orcas and Humpback whales, Sea lions and Sea otter right as they swim in Alaskan waters. Hiking across ancient glaciers and cruising in the waters of Glacier Bay are the most exciting ways to explore the scenic wonders of the extraordinary glaciers from the Juneau Ice Field. Across Icy Strait from Glacier Bay there is Point Adolphus, one of the premier Humpback Whale watching sites in the world. Annually, whales gather here to feed in krill and herring-rich waters. Minke and Orca Whales, porpoise, seals, sea lions, sea otters are present. You will also see numerous birds, bears and deer that populate the shore.

British Columbia is a place of huge silent totems, marvelous snow-capped mountains and exotic rain forests. There is much to discover and explore in this almost untouched region, but it is easily accessible from anywhere in North America. You can take a tour by a small vessel to explore a thousand miles of the shoreline with numerous archipelagos, coves and fiords along Canada's Pacific coast. The famous carved totems and painted northwest coast art of the region's indigenous people add much to the richness of the natural landscape.

The greatest opportunity to see whales and seabirds, as well as to listen to and record whale songs, is exploring the scenic coasts of Maine, Nova Scotia, Newfoundland and Labrador. Many small vessels are available for coastline cruises, providing such a unique experience. The tours are often aimed at a true natural history eco-tourism experience, informal education and interactive wildlife research projects with a library and all necessary equipment on board.

These are only some options of a research and discovery travel in North America. Whether you choose Maine, British Columbia or any other destination, you will never leave North America disappointed.

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