Located directly under the Auroral Oval, Churchill is one of the best places on
Wildly rugged and remote - this tundra coastal lodge provides the discerning
Our remote fly-in destination ensures that your wildlife encounters take place
There are so many places to find yourself in nature - from birding adventures to learning a little more about the creatures you might be able to spot from your very own backyard.
As birds of a feather flock together, you can join fellow birders in a number of places throughout the province. Find your birding adventure here or take your own tour of the Manitoba Pine to Prairie Birding Trail. Manitoba's Central Plains also offers a number of wildlife-spotting opportunities and Nature Manitoba provides low-to no-cost outings with knowledgeable guides.
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A note of caution - Keep in mind that wildlife is just that - wild. Use common sense on the trail and watch out for poison ivy, a lovesick moose or a surprised bear. Be "Bear Smart" in Bear Country
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Specialist in nature study tours in the Churchill region since 1985. Top-quality and expert leadership provides the maximum experience of this unique landscape
The world’s most unique polar bear experience. The only fly-in ecolodge based adventures on the Hudson Bay coast. On the ground hiking and polar bear viewing
Four season nature resort, timber frame style, fully equipped cabins, hot tubs, wood fireplaces, amazing views. Retreat meeting facilities and programs.
Frontiers North Adventures has been offering life-changing adventures in Canada’s North for over 30 years. Our expert-guided programs are geared towards
Full service travel company operating our own unique tours: Churchill Polar Bear day tours from Winnipeg, Historical Fur Trade Tour to Norway House, Churchill
Welcome home to Lazy Bear Lodge, Churchill's charming and cozy accommodations. Lazy Bear Lodge offers all inclusive adventures to see the iconic wildlife of
Explore the culture, geography, history and wildlife of Manitoba's Red River Valley with more than 20