Budget Polar bear tour in Churchill during Peak Season by Hudson Bay
6 days from £2650*
Polar Bear Tour in peak season means you are going to pay big bucks; so why should you do that? Simply stated, you pay to see more bears and for the colder weather. Peak season runs from approximately October 15th until the end of the 3rd week in November. The colder the weather, the more Polar Bears there are out on the Tundra waiting for the sea ice to form. In addition, many clients prefer to take pictures of the Polar Bears in snow, as that is the way they have seen them on numerous natural history programs. Given the last few mild winters that Churchill has experienced, we would strongly advise that the earliest date to visit Churchill for this type of tour should be November.
This is a Small Group Tour
Arrive in Churchill and overnight at either the Four Points Sheraton or Fort Garry Hotel. Meet with your tour leader.
Fly into Churchill as part of your group and overnight in a mid-range hotel.
You will be picked up from your accommodation and taken for a full day Tundra Buggy tour.
You will be taken for a full day town tour, covering the unique history of Churchill and visiting the museums.
You will be picked up from your accommodation and taken for a second Tundra Buggy tour.
Connect with your international flight home.
Accommodation: Four Points Sheraton Winnipeg and as described. Breakfast in Winnipeg and at the B&B. Lunch on the Tundra Buggy tours.
Contact Wildlife Trails for a detailed itinerary.
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* Based on 2 persons and not including flights