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Canadian Geographic Adventures

 

Join us on a transformative journey as we we join our Klahoose Wilderness Resort departures with Canadian Geographic and the Royal Canadian Geographic Society as they bring experiences off the pages of Canadian Geographic magazine and into the field through Ambassador-led Canadian Geographic Travel Collection. A portion of every Canadian Geographic Adventure booked goes directly back into supporting important Canadian Geographic and RCGS programming and your stay at Klahoose Wilderness Resort supports a 100% Indigenous owned business. Travelling with purpose has never been so rewarding. 

Canadian Geographic Exclusive Offers and Benefits

  • Exclusive virtual pre-expedition meet-and-greet with your expedition ambassador and leadership team

  • Complimentary Canadian Geographic Magazine and Canadian Geographic ball cap

  • A portion of the fees from every Canadian Geographic Adventure booked is donated to the Royal Canadian Geographical Society to further its important programming

Read below to meet the RCGS Travel Ambassadors or book your Adventure...

2024 (4 NTS / 4 DAYS)

May 19-23, 2024

June 2-6, 2024

October 6-10, 2024

October 13-17, 2024  

2025 (4 NTS / 4 DAYS)

May 18-22, 2025

June 1-5, 2025

October 5-9, 2025

October 12-16, 2025  

MEET YOUR 2024 TRAVEL AMBASSADORS

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Javier Frutos

RCGS Travel Ambassador

May 19-23, 2024

Javier Frutos

RCGS Ambassador and Award Winning Photographer 

 

Javier Frutos is the creative and brand director of the RCGS and Canadian Geographic. In that capacity, he regularly works with both professional and amateur photographers, including members of the Can Geo Photo Club, to evaluate their images and help them improve their skills. He is also an award-winning photographer whose assignments have seen him travel extensively in Canada, Europe, the U.S., Mexico and numerous other locations around the world.

Javier has been an RCGS travel ambassador since 2017 and he regularly travels on editorial assignments for Canadian Geographic.

“My favourite photographic subjects are unique and remote places,” Javier says. “To have the opportunity to go to places that not a lot of other people have the chance to visit is very special. I cherish sharing those places with others through the camera lens. When you travel to a new place, you have to do some research and learn more about that location. Once you know more about the wildlife, habitat or culture it makes the photographic process so much more interesting.”

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Scott Forsyth

RCGS Travel Ambassador

October 6-10, 2024

Scott Forsyth

RCGS Ambassador and Photographer 

 

Scott Forsyth is a professional photographer specializing in the Canadian landscape. Devoted to exploring Canada from the Atlantic to the Pacific and Arctic Ocean coastlines, Scott has embarked on a lifelong photographic journey to depict the vastness and beauty of the Canadian landscape. On the basis of this photographic quest, he is a Fellow of both the Royal Canadian Geographical Society, and The Explorer’s Club. In 2019 Canadian Geographic designated Scott to be their third Photographer-in-Residence. A certified Marine Guide for ship-based expedition touring companies Scott leads photographic excursions to remote coastal locations across Canada on an annual basis.

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Carol Patterson

RCGS Travel Ambassador

June 2-6, 2024

Carol Patterson

RCGS Ambassador Travel Writer

and Photographer 

 

Carol Patterson is a travel writer and photographer whose work has appeared in National Geographic, Canadian Geographic, the Daily Beast, USA Today, and the Calgary Herald, among others. A former tourism product development consultant, Carol has spoken at conferences and workshops in North America, Bhutan, Borneo, Botswana, China, Iceland, Norway, Scotland and the Faroe Islands, and written nine books, including The Business of Ecotourism.  

Carol was an Adjunct Assistant Professor at the University of Calgary in the geography department, teaching classes in adventure travel and sustainability. She was named a Global Calgary Woman of Vision in 2008. She has also won several awards for her writing and photography from the Travel Media Association of Canada. 

Carol has long ties with the Wilder Institute/Calgary Zoo. She used her private pilot’s license in 1985 to create the Calgary Zoo’s Flying Zoo program, her first step in leaving behind a job as a professional accountant to become an everyday explorer. She is a past Chairman of the Board of Trustees and was also a board member for Watchable Wildlife Inc., a U.S. non-profit established in the 1990s to promote wildlife viewing tourism in North America.

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Jenny Wong

RCGS Travel Ambassador

October 13-17, 2024

Jenny Wong

RCGS Ambassador and Photographer

 

Jenny Wong is a visual storyteller who specializes in wild places and wild creatures. She strives to understand the world through science and communicate it through the visual and emotional art of storytelling. Conservation is without a doubt an underlying theme in her work; she is currently exploring the impact of climate change in the Canadian High Arctic.

Photography was never her chosen field of work, but rather something that happened organically. Her camera started out as a paperweight in her travel bag and became the trusted companion through which she shares all her experiences and stories. She specializes in adventure, travel, wildlife, and commercial photography. Currently, her personal passion lies in using her craft to spread awareness about the frontlines and last lines of climate change, the Arctic.

Jenny is a Fellow of the Royal Canadian Geographical Society.

 

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