polar bear tour
Experience an intimate encounter with a wild polar bear from an authentic Tundra Buggy. Tundra Buggies are furnished with dual-pane frost-free windows. Each day, we depart early and board our Tundra Buggies looking for polar bears and other wildlife out on the tundra. Enjoy picnic style lunches and refreshments while you are bear watching.
private Queen and twin room
Walking distance to the train station and conveniently located close to popular area attractions
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.
Our happy guests come from all over the world. They come for family reunions, birthday parties, anniversaries, and some even meet on the train ride here. Others come to the iceberg for our honeymoon room for those more intimate gatherings. Whatever you want to celebrate, we are here.
beluga whale watching
The Operator-Brendan McEwan is a born and raised Churchillian who spends the majority of his summer on the water. Once a year the Hudson Bay coastline is home to the world’s largest migrating population of beluga whales.
More than 57,000 majestic and highly sociable beluga whales are creatures that patrol these sub-Arctic water.
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.
our tour leader
Guided by professional photographer – Angela Mak, you will have opportunities to meet polar bears, and other Arctic wildlife face to face. The summer season offers a beluga whale boat tour and Ithica shipwreck hikes. In addition to on the ground wildlife viewing.
Gerald Azure and Jenafor Ollander offer summer and winter tours. We limit our group size to ensure a minimum impact on the environment and maximize our guests’ time with the sled dogs and musher
Town Notes - SEA WALLS CHURCHILL
SEAWALLS CHURCHILL was created with the intention to educate and inspire a community to protect the ocean, but what transpired was more powerful than that. It is the story of a small town on the edge of the Arctic being reminded of their value and worthiness in this world. SEAWALLSS CHURCHILL took place June 12- 26, 2017
Guided by professional photographer – Angela Mak
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.
Under clear winter skies, you can watch the colorful artistry of the aurora borealis light up the pitch-black nights. In the summer, the nights are shorter but warmer-let’s grab a beer and snack to wait for the show