“The Northwest Passage is one of the few places left on Earth where true exploration still exists,” says naturalist and certified photo instructor Eric Guth. On our Northwest Passage: Greenland to Alaska expedition, we traverse the approximately 900-mile-long icy sea route that connects the Atlantic and Pacific oceans, passing through remarkably remote, untouched regions as explorers did hundreds of years ago. In this episode of What to Expect, Guth prepares modern-day adventurers for this once-in-a-lifetime voyage through breathtaking landscapes, rare wildlife, and remote cultures.