Churchill Tour Year 2021 Polar Bear / Northern lights

October 27-29

October 29-31

November 3-5

Starting $1,850 + Tax

3 Days 2Night Arctic Expedition

  1. Duration: 3 Days / 2 Night
  2. Departing From: Churchill, Manitoba
  3. Tour Fare:$1,650/person+Tax


This is no Better time to go Polar Bear watching in the Tundra than in October – an amazing time to visit Churchill!

Churchill is a small town with only 800 residents. There is no road access, therefor all tourists and supplies must be transported by air or train into Churchill.

Beginning in October each year, polar bears gather here, waiting to sit on the ice flows, the bears move to the Hudson Bay to hunt for the winter season.

At this time, Churchill’s nickname “more bears than people.”

Learn about the lives of local residents and experience local customs.

Tundra Buggy Day Tour

6 Hours

Photo Tour

4 Hours

Town Tour

4 Hours

Dog Sledding Tour


Northern Lights

weather permitted


Iceberg Inn

Meals included – breakfast, lunch, and dinner

The cost does not include train tickets, accommodations in Winnipeg, and other fees

October 27 – First Day

Itinerary summary:

Arrive at Churchill by train (9:00 am-Noon)

Our four-hour tour starts after check-in with visits to Cape Merry Batters, “Miss piggy” plane wreck, Polar bear jail and MV Ithaca, we will enjoy lunch at the Northern study center, after lunch, we will visit the rocket research range, Golf Ball, and the launch road (possible to view polar bears and other wildlife)

The Churchill Aurora Borealis are one of the three northern lights in the world that may be photographed at night. ( weather permitted)

Meal:  Dinner

Accommodations: Iceberg inn

October 28 – Second day

Itinerary summary:

After breakfast, Aboriginal real gun live ammunition protection for full navigation, follow experienced photography enthusiasts and leaders, and take wildlife photography in the vast Arctic tundra. Group members traveling in a professional 4 × 4 polar tourist vehicles will have plenty of outdoor exploration time, greatly increasing the chances of catching various rare wild animals such as polar bears, arctic snow foxes, hares, and snowy owls.

After Lunch, Free time activities, group members can participate in helicopter tours, dog sledding, and other trips at their own expense, or they can purchase at the local market souvenirs, enjoy the town’s cultural sights for a perfect ending to your photographic journey.

The itinerary is very flexible. The Churchill Aurora Borealis are one of the three northern lights in the world that may be photographed at night.

Meal:  Dinner

Accommodations: Iceberg inn

Author: iceberginn

Expedition photograph

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