Cape Merry, Churchill, Manitoba
Polar bear in Churchill, Manitoba

Churchill holidays - Remote, stunning and sustainable

Known as the Polar Bear Capital of the World, this charming, secluded town is awash with natural beauty and rugged landscapes, offering travellers unbeatable wildlife sightings and eco-friendly excursions. Churchill holidays are unique thanks to their amazing variety of wildlife in both summer and winter. A keen bird and beluga whale-spotting destination through the summer months and ideal for polar bears in winter, holidays to Churchill are possible all year round.

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Discover fabulous wildlife spotting opportunities

Churchill, Manitoba is a frontier town on the shores of Hudson Bay and is famous for its outstanding polar bear and wildlife-viewing escorted tours.

Things to do in Churchill

Ruggedly beautiful and with no direct road access, Churchill, Manitoba is a true frontier town that is known as the Polar Bear Capital of the World and has a community of people passionate about conservation and protecting its fauna.

When to go to Churchill

Churchill borders on a subarctic climate and experiences long and often harsh winters with shorter and mild summers. Winter temperatures in January can average -26.7°C. Summer temperatures average around 12°C in July. Churchill’s position means the aurora borealis can often be seen when solar activity increases.

Holiday highlights

  • Polar bear experiences
  • Whale watching
  • Northern Lights tours
  • Dog sledding in winter.
  • Bird watching opportunities

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