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One Day Polar Bear Adventure

Flying out of Winnipeg, you will arrive in Churchill early in the morning and be whisked away to enjoy a full-day Tundra Buggy® Adventure in the Churchill Wildlife Management Area. Lunch and refreshments will be served on the Tundra Buggy while you view the polar bears and other arctic wildlife. At the end of the day you will be transferred back to the Churchill airport for your return flight to Winnipeg. This adventure is perfect as an add-on for your Winnipeg visit, or if you are just looking for a quick adventure in Canada's North. Book early to avoid disappointment!

$453.66 Multi-day & Extended Tours

Seagrim Lakes Canoe Tour

The TripEach day you can expect a delicious breakfast prepared by guide, followed by some time to relax and enjoy the views while drinking your morning coffee or tea. Once we pack up,  we'll get on the water and paddle for about 1.5 hours before finding a spot for a lunch break, as well as swimming if anyone wants to cool off. After lunch we will continue paddling for another 2 to 3 hours and then settle down at our spot for the evening. We will have between 0 and 3 portages per day, (carrying gear by foot between lakes). The longest is 250 metres, but most are closer to 150. At our site, your guide will teach everyone about the basics of clean and responsible camping and help with site setup along every step of the way. You can choose any number of ways to enjoy your time at the site, including swimming, hiking, picking blueberries, or just chatting around the fire. Your guide will prepare a delicious camp dinner and you can enjoy time with new or old friends, sharing stories around the campfire!This trip is designed for beginners but you will be active throughout the day, We recommend booking only if you are comfortable with moderate physical activity.Important info1.       There is a waiver and a medical info form that will be sent to you upon booking, and need to be filled out and signed to go on the trip. 2.       Our trips depart from the Winnipeg Canoe Kayak Centre at 80 Churchill Drive (just across from Churchill High School). There is street parking available in front of the centre.3.       We will meet at the centre at 7:30am Friday morning, aiming to leave at 8:00am.4.       We will return to Winnipeg mid-day on Sunday. Roughly between 1 and 35.       You only need to bring what is mentioned on the packing list. Anything else is provided by us. We have boats, gear, food, tents, and a passenger van to transport you from Winnipeg to Nopiming Park6.       We are outdoors for our entire trip. We camp in tents and spend our days on the water and around the campsites. Be prepared for rain, sun, bugs, and hot and cold weather. Sunscreen, bug-spray, rain-jackets, and 1 or 2 warm sweaters are recommended depending on forecast. Check your packing list for details.

$479.76 Multi-day & Extended Tours

Bird River 3-night Canoe Trip

Each day you can expect a delicious breakfast prepared by your guide, followed by some time to relax and enjoy the views while drinking your morning coffee or tea. Once we pack up, we'll get on the water and paddle for about 1.5 to 2 hours before finding a spot for a lunch break, as well as swimming if anyone wants to cool off. After lunch we will continue paddling for another 2 to 3 hours and then settle down at our spot for the evening. The only exception is day one, when we try to put in a bit more distance and will likely be paddling for 3 hours after lunch. At our site, your guide will teach everyone about the basics of clean and responsible camping and help with site setup along every step of the way. You can choose any number of ways to enjoy your time at the site, including swimming, hiking, picking blueberries, or just chatting around the fire. Your guide will prepare a delicious camp dinner, and fire roasted s'mores are always on the menu for dessert! Trip Difficulty: Beginner This trip is rated for beginner paddlers. We only paddle on small lakes with no moving water, and we never paddle longer than 15 kms in one day. At the beginning of your trip we will teach you some paddling basics and make sure you learn the basic skills needed to make your trip a success.  This trip has medium length portages. You are expected to help carry equipment along the portages, but you are never expected to carry more than you feel comfortable with. Once at camp, guests share in the duties of setting up and maintaining the campsite. This includes setting up tents, collecting firewood, and packing up sleeping bags and sleeping mats. Important Info1.       The waiver, and medical info form will be sent to you after booking and need to be filled out and signed to go on the trip2.       Our trips depart from the Winnipeg Canoe Kayak Centre at 80 Churchill Drive (just across from Churchill High School). There is street parking available in front of the centre.3.       We will meet at the centre at 9:00am Sunday morning, aiming to leave at 9:30am.4.       We will return to Winnipeg mid-afternoon on Wednesday. Roughly between 4 and 6.5.       You only need to bring what is mentioned on the packing list. Anything else is provided by us. We have boats, paddles, lifejackets, gear, food, tents, sleeping bags/mats, and a passenger van to transport you from Winnipeg to Nopiming Park6.       We are outdoors for our entire trip. We camp in tents and spend our days on the water and around the campsites. Be prepared for rain, sun, bugs, and hot and cold weather. Sunscreen, bug-spray, rain-jackets, and 1 or 2 warm sweaters are recommended depending on forecast (check packing list below)

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Churchill Polar Bears

Churchill, Manitoba on Hudson Bay is considered the polar bear capital of the world, and this two-day trip will introduce you to its star citizens in a little more comfort. Obviously, the polar bear is not the sort of animal you want to pat on the back, so we'll keep you safe and sound in a Tundra Buggy while still getting amazingly close to these awe-inspiring animals. A photographer's dream, a once-in-a-lifetime experience – superlatives can't express the feeling of seeing polar bears in their arctic home.

$7499 National Geographic Journeys

Canadian Polar Bear Experience

Imagine watching polar bears in the wild alongside a naturalist expert from Polar Bears International, one of the world's leading organizations dedicated to protecting these amazing animals. The opportunity is yours on this six-day adventure in the vast wilderness of the Canadian Arctic. Sit down to a picnic on the tundra and opt to go dogsledding through the region's breathtaking landscapes on a one-of-a-kind wildlife adventure.