Arctic Summer in Manitoba

What better time to get out and explore Northern Manitoba? The days are longer, and the wildlife is easier to find. It's the time of year to hike with polar bears on the tundra, spot belugas in the Churchill River and explore the historic landmarks and culture of the North. Start planning your trip of a lifetime!

 

Interpreter talking about the canons at the Prince of Wales Fort, Churchill

Prince of Wales Fort
Parks Canada

Immerse yourself in the rugged life of an 18th-century fur trader with a Parks Canada guided tour at Prince of Wales Fort National Historic Site. This massive stone landmark at the edge of the windswept Hudson Bay shores is truly the stuff of legend. Guided history tours available: July and August

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Beluga whale tail splashing in front of kayak with Churchill Northern Studies Centre

Follow Your Dreams to Churchill
Churchill Northern Studies Centre

Delve into the trip of a lifetime! Join a learning program with Churchill Northern Studies Centre this summer and have the chance to see beluga whales, wildflowers, subarctic ecology, northern lights & astronomy and, of course, polar bears all in their native habitat.

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