true north experience
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.
VIA RAil canada
VIA Rail Canada, Depart every week Sunday and Tuesday at noon from Winnipeg to Churchill. View the full schedule for the Winnipeg-Churchill train: http://www.viarail.ca
Churchill has the feel of a frontier town, and is located on the edge of the Arctic, This remote Canadian town on the shores of Hudson Bay is 1,000 km north of Winnipeg. There are no roads that lead to Churchill, you can only get here by train or plane.
Churchill river breakup
Churchill River and Hudson Bay breakup varies but usually occurs in mid-June. This is a great opportunity to the edge of the world-famous ice floe.
meet Beluga Whales
The Churchill River is one of the best places in the world where you can get up close and personal with beluga whales in the Arctic. Every summer, about 4,000 beluga whales travel to the Churchill River to feed, mate, and give birth.
Polar Bear return
In the summer the polar bears chow down on the shores of Hudson Bay, many people don’t realize that summer in Churchill is actually when polar bears first return to the area after months of roaming the frozen Hudson Bay hunting.
encountering polar bear
This is no Better Time to go Polar Bear watching in the Tundra, Beginning in October each year, polar bears gather here, waiting to sit on the ice flows, the bears move to Hudson Bay to hunt for the winter season. At this time, Churchill’s nickname “more bears than people.”
Experience the breathtaking beauty of the northern landscape while exploring the environment of our planet’s foremost polar bear habitat.
close-up polar bear
In November, you can see unbelievable polar bears roaming and waiting for the sea ice to form on Hudson Bay.
In the second week of November, once the temperatures drop, you have an exceptionally high chance of sightings up close on remote Arctic tundra.
full board package
freshly born cubs
An extreme wildlife adventure in search of Mama bear and her cubs emerge from their denning habitats, Many famous photographers are captured here and won global photo contests awards. The lodge is a refurbished navy communications base adjacent to Wapusk National Park.
Professional Wildlife Photographer, you will have opportunities to meet polar bears and other Arctic wildlife face-to-face. The summer season offers a beluga whale boat tour, sloops cove, and Ithica shipwreck hikes.
We have a full-time tour leader on site responsible for transportation and searching for wildlife.
Our team can provide a completed full board package included well- planned itinerary, with flight/ train ticket, transportation, and meals plan.
Coming up on 2024
in the mid of the polar bear town
You’ll love this chalet because of the freedom to do whatever you want. it is a very comfortable place, that is good for couples, solo adventurers, and families with kids.