The Birds, Bears & Belugas adventure in July and August combines the thrill of seeing and hearing beluga whales with summer polar bear viewing and so much more. The trip of a lifetime with "on the ground" polar bear walking safaris.
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Manitoba Independent Tours
Featuring ever changing landscapes, Manitoba offers superb contrasting experiences that include wildlife and polar bear viewing tours, northern lights excursions, tundra expeditions and ever-trendy Winnipeg. Our tours take in the best of Manitoba’s wildlife and all that the capital of Winnipeg has to offer.
The Great Ice Bear adventure takes place during the official polar bear season months of October and November. Churchill is a reputable fall destination as the polar bears congregate on the coast in large numbers in wait for the ice to freeze allowing them passage further north where they will feast on seals.
Experience the wonder of the Northern Lights on this holiday to Churchill, which is located directly beneath the Auroral Oval - meaning that spectacular displays across the night sky are a certainty through the winter. This holiday also includes many excursions like dog-sledding plus all of your meals.
Churchill Town and Tundra Experience lets you view wild polar bears in their natural environment aboard the world famous Tundra Buggy and also enjoy the small town of Churchill’s unique northern charm.
The ultimate holiday to Canada, including a tour of the best of the western National Parks, a helicopter trip over the Rockies and a Rocky Mountaineer rail journey, ending with a superb Polar Bear experience in a Tundra Buggy in Churchill.
This is an amazing opportunity for keen photographers to capture the beauty of the Bay area’s most famous residents - the mighty polar bear, as well as caribou, moose, wolves, not to mention the hundreds of species of birds and countless varieties of Arctic flowers.
Tundra Buggy Lodge At Polar Bear Point, the most rewarding way to experience the polar bears of Churchill is to immerse yourself in their environment; from the moment you wake up, throughout the day and into the endless winter nights.