Experience the beautiful vistas and landscapes as you explore the remote town of Churchill, famed for its population of polar bear. Discover the abundant summer wildlife from Beluga whales to Arctic fox and caribou. 

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Get up close and personal with thousands of playful beluga whales on a boat excursion on the Churchill River

Search for summer polar bears on a Tundra Buggy excursion

Visit the Eskimo Museum to learn more about local cultures

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Beluga, Bears & Blooms

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Day 1

Winnipeg

Arrive in Winnipeg and enjoy a city tour visiting some of Winnipeg's most popular attractions including the historic Exchange District, the beautiful French Quarter and Upper Fort Garry Gate.

Day 2

Winnipeg - Churchill

Take a morning flight from Winnipeg to Churchill. This afternoon visit some of Churchill's historic sites such as Cape Merry, Port of Churchill and Manitoba Conservation's Polar Bear Holding Facitily (weather permitting) before stopping at the Parks Canada Interpretive Centre and the Eskimo Musuem to view one of Canada's best collections of Inuit artefacts.

Day 3

Churchill

This morning enjoy a boat tour of the Prince of Wales Fort, and spend the next few hours cruising along the Churchill River alongside thousands of playful Beluga whales. This afternoon visit a local dog sledding expert and meet the team of friendly dogs before a dog cart ride through the northern boreal forest. (B)

Day 4

Churchill

Keep watch for polar bears and other arctic wildlife on a Tundra Buggy tour. (B)(L)(D)

Day 5

Churchill - Winnipeg

Get up close to the largest beluga whale population in the world as you travel by Zodiac on the Churchill River. This evening depart churchill and fly back to Winnipeg. (B)(L)(D)

Day 6

Winnipeg

Depart Winnipeg at your lesiure.

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