based on 6 nights inc. flights & daily experiences
* Pricing is a guideline only and excludes special offers. Travel over peak periods (e.g. Christmas, New Year and other public holidays) can affect prices considerably, as can exchange rates, flight class and room type.
Pricing based on two people sharing.
October and November are the best time to view polar bears in the snowy terrain
Enjoy switching off at the remote wilderness lodge, located in the heart of polar bear country
Marvel at the Northern Lights from a cosy viewing tower as they dance across clear night skies
The small group size allows intimate Arctic wildlife viewing opportunities and wilderness experiences
Hearty meals provided at the lodge mean you will be fully prepared for a day's exploring and wildlife viewing
The lodge provides winter gear to ensure you are prepared for the arctic climate
Learn from expert guides about the wilderness you are surrounded in
Manitoba has a typically dry climate with very distinct seasons that have sharp temperature changes. During the winter months, temperatures can be as low as -40 degrees celsius, and in the summer months, temperatures of 38 degrees celsius are not uncommon. The snow is deeper than 1cm for over 130 days of the year, so the region is known for its long winter and snowy conditions. Despite the coldness, skies are often completely clear and due to very low levels of pollution, stargazing and northern lights viewing are excellent nighttime activities.
Experience the ultimate polar bear adventure and encounter the largest bear on Earth just south of the Arctic Circle, in Manitoba, Canada. This arctic adventure offers a unique experience; stay in a cosy remote wilderness lodge situated on the Hudson Bay, deep in the natural habitat of the Great Ice Bear.
Arrive into Winnipeg, the capital of Manitoba where you will spend the night with your fellow passengers and meet your adventure specialist. You will spend the evening relaxing and getting to know your group before you travel to Churchill the following day.
Transfer by plane back to Churchill where you will experience excursions out on the tundra in the tundra-buggy for more polar bear viewing. You will also have a free afternoon which offers the perfect opportunity to add on dog-sledging or a heli-tour experience; see the spectacular landscape from an aerial view or gear up with man's best friend and sledge your way through the snow.
Hearty meals will be provided at the lodge and your hotels throughout your stay, mealtimes provide the perfect opportunity to share the day’s highlights and learn more about the arctic landscape and wildlife from expert guides.
The final day of your adventure will return you back to Winnipeg where you will overnight before taking your flight home.
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Dymond Lake, Manitoba, Canada
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