Au Manitoba, durant les mois d’octobre et novembre, tous les regards se tournent vers le nord en direction de Churchill. Cette ville frontalière endormie (900 habitants) située sur les rives de baie d’Hudson voit sa population s’accroître pour se transformer en point névralgique pour les voyageurs à
During October and November in Manitoba, all eyes turn north to Churchill. The sleepy frontier town (pop. 900) along the shores of Hudson Bay swells in population, transforming into a hot spot for wildlife-seeking travellers geared up to witness the annual migration of polar bears onto the sea ice.
Wildlife enthusiasts know that Manitoba is one of the most magical places in the world to visit in the autumn months. And it's not for the wicked fall foliage. 1000 kilometres north of capital city Winnipeg lies the northern port town of Churchill, made famous by its annual congregation of polar
Header photo by: Katie Goldie A trip to the northern town of Churchill, Manitoba is not the easiest trip in the world. It can be expensive. There are limited transportation options...and even more limited seasons. But guess what? A visit to this very special region is absolutely worth your trouble.
Manitoba never ceases to amaze with its vast array of cuisines and flavours, and it's only getting better. From authentic BBQ to sophisticated brunch offerings, here are 9 restaurants, cafes and bakeries you MUST try this winter in Manitoba...
What does it feel like to see the northern lights dance above you in the remote subarctic? Many have described the experience as a humbling one; an awe-inspiring event that leaves one feeling so, so small in the grand scheme of our magnificent universe. And yet, in that moment of humility, there may also be an overwhelming sense of significance. Therein lies the magic of the aurora borealis.
What are those things that make travelling in Manitoba stand out from the rest of Canada…or maybe even the world? We thought hard and dug deep and came up with this unofficial list of ‘only found in Manitoba.’ We know there’s more out there, so share your ideas. Little Limestone Lake This
In case you haven’t heard: 2017 is Canada’s sesquicentennial. That’s fancy talk for the 150th anniversary of Confederation. Across the nation many special events, celebrations, new attractions and initiatives are popping-up all in the name of generating Canadian pride. Ottawa, the capital region,
I once referred to a tundra vehicle — those iconic white machines that transport wildlife lovers across the tundra to watch polar bears — as a school bus on steroids. So in honour of Polar Bear Week, here’s a lesson on what it’s like to view polar bears from a tundra vehicle in Churchill. The wheels
As a travel company, Frontiers North Adventures brings guests to incredible corners of Manitoba’s north so they can experience firsthand the history, culture and wildlife of an area of the world that inspires and captivates. They also feel like they have a responsibility to not only ensure they work