Polar Bear Tour by Calm Air
Full board deal CAD 5999
Round trip CalmAir ticket from Winnipeg to Churchill is included
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.”
Our staff will warmly welcome you at the Churchill Canada Airport to start the first day of the Polar Bear Tour.
A two-hour tour of Churchill starts after check-in with a fascinating visit to the ‘Eskimo’ Itsanitaq Museum followed by the Polar Bear International research facility and Park Canada Visitors Center. Also, Learn about the lives of local residents and experience local customs.
On each night of the trip, Angela will lead the team to look for the wonderful Northern Lights if the weather is permitted and will provide free photos as souvenirs.
Tundra buggy Adventure
Tundra Buggy Day Tours include expert interpretation in the Churchill Wildlife Management Area about the wildlife and the magnificent ecosystems surrounding the subarctic environment of Churchill. You will have the opportunity to explore the open tundra while your driver discusses the effects of tides, currents and ice formation on the polar bears. Our interpretive Tundra Buggy Drivers are experienced tour leaders and passionate adventurers who are are skilled at positioning the Tundra Buggy for optimal photography opportunities and wildlife viewing. Wildlife you spot may include polar bears, arctic hare, arctic and red fox, gyrfalcon, ptarmigan and much more.
Eyes to Eyes In Ground Level
The Adventure tour is led by Angela Mak – Group members traveling in a Ford 4×4 passenger van 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. lunch at Northern study centre or skip the lunchtime shooting more photos on the road trip
1 Mile - Dog sledding experience
If you thought polar bear watching was great, just wait until you try running a dog team! Mushing yourself or riding on the sled is the perfect complement to polar bear watching and another iconic artic memory which will never leave you.
Northern lights workshop
Under clear winter skies, you can watch the colorful artistry of the aurora borealis light up the pitch-black nights.
On each day of the trip, Angela will lead the team to look for the wonderful Northern Lights in Churchill and will provide free photos as souvenirs.