Churchill Town and Tundra Adventurer
This un-escorted Churchill adventure allows you to experience the excitement of polar bear viewing from an official Tundra Buggy® on a guided day tour, as well as enjoy the eclectic charm of this unique, northern town on your own.
- Look for polar bears on the Tundra Buggy® day tours
- Arctic wildlife such as arctic fox, ptarmigan and snowy owls
- Explore the town of Churchill
- Option to take a dog sledding tour
- Shop for local arts and crafts
October: 14, 17, 22, 29, 30
CA$3,099 – double occupancy
CA$3,649 – single occupancy
October: 22, 29, 30
CA$3,249 – double occupancy
CA$3,799 – single occupanc
Taxes: 4% PST; 5% GST
Prices are shown in CA$ per person, based on two people sharing a twin room and one person in a single. There are no triple rooms available on this program.
Arrive any time today to Winnipeg and check into the Four Points by Sheraton Hotel at the Winnipeg airport. Join the evening meet & greet at the hotel.
You have an early morning flight to Churchill today. On arrival you will be transferred to the Tundra Buggy® launch site where you board one of the Tundra Buggy® vehicles and set off to explore in the Churchill Wildlife Management Area (WMA). Our knowledgeable Tundra Buggy driver will navigate throughout the WMA in search of polar bears and other arctic wildlife. A delicious lunch will be served right out on the tundra. You will return to the town of Churchill in time to do a bit of exploring, checking out the eclectic mix of shops along the main street and to have dinner at one of the local restaurants.
Meals: B, L
After breakfast you will be transferred to the Tundra Buggy® launch site for your second day out on the tundra, looking for bears. A delicious lunch will be served right out on the tundra. In the evening you will have time to have dinner and perhaps do a little last minute shopping before being transferred to the airport for your flight back to Winnipeg. Overnight near the Winnipeg airport.
Meals: B, L
You may depart Winnipeg at your leisure today or choose to add on some days to explore Manitoba’s capital city. We would be happy to quote you to extend your stay and recommend some local sightseeing options.
- Airfare Winnipeg-Churchill and return
- 2 nights of accommodation in Winnipeg
- 1 night of accommodation in Churchill
- All transfers in Churchill
- 2 full day Tundra Buggy® excursion
- Meals as indicated
- Pre-departure information package
- Airfare from home city to/from Winnipeg
- Optional tours and entrance fees
- Items of a personal nature
- Travel Insurance
- Meals not indicated
- Alcoholic beverages
This hotel-based Adventurer tour includes full-day Tundra Buggy® safaris in the Churchill Wildlife Management Area, where polar bears hang out and await the freezing of the Hudson Bay. Guests will spend plenty of time watching these majestic mammals and other Arctic wildlife in their natural environment. There is also ample time to discover Churchill’s personality by exploring unique shops, family-run restaurants boasting delicious regional cuisine, and cultural museums that portray the historical importance of the area.
Have a little extra time and want to explore Churchill a bit more? Then the 5 day/4 night tour Adventurer tour might be just what you’re looking for. Here are the dates and prices for the extended version:
October: 15, 18, 20, 23, 26
CA$4,049 – double occupancy
CA$4,874 – single occupancy
October: 14, 16, 18, 20, 23, 26
CA$4,149 – double occupancy
CA$4,974 – single occupancy
Taxes: 4% PST; 5% GST
Prices are shown in CA$ per person, based on two people sharing a twin room and one person in a single. There are no triple rooms available for this tour.
All prices, inclusions and dates are subject to change due to circumstances beyond our control.
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