Beluga Kayak

A guided excursion into the beluga whale estuary in either a single- or double-seated kayak. For some real excitement upgrade to a clear kayak; see what's happening right below you!

Beluga Zodiac

Experience the largest beluga whale population in the world at surface level on a guided excursion into the beluga whale estuary in a Zodiac®. Marvel as whales surface just metres away and swim under and around the boat - so close you'll feel like you can reach out and touch them.

Boat Expedition

On a Transport Canada approved vessel, discover hundreds of beluga whales in the mouth of the Churchill River. Then, across the river, tour Prince of Wales Fort National Historic Site of Canada; the oldest most northerly stone fort in the country.

Churchill and Area Tour

A guided bus tour of local and historical points of interest surrounding Churchill, including such attractions as Cape Merry, Port of Churchill and Manitoba Conservation's Polar Bear Holding Facility.

Churchill Roads and Trails

In and around the town of Churchill, experience a guided hike and tour of local and historical points of interest. Including attractions such as Cape Merry, Port of Churchill and Manitoba Conservation's Polar Bear Holding Facility (weather permitting).

Cultural Presentation

Conducted by seasoned residents. Relax and soak-up years of northern experience communicated in enchanting stories and magnificent photography.

Dog Cart Excursion

Dog cart excursion hosted by a local resident and dog sledding expert. Meet the team of friendly dogs, hear stories and learn dog handling philosophy from an expert. Enjoy a mile long dog cart ride through the northern boreal forest.

Dog Sledding

Hosted by a local resident and dog sledding expert, you will learn about the history associated with dog sledding in Northern Canada. Enjoy an exhilarating ride behind a strong team of huskies on a custom-made sled (or cart, weather permitting). Join the musher’s for hot chocolate and freshly made bannock after your ride and share their personal stories of their dog sledding adventures.

Eskimo Museum

The museum contains one of Canada's finest collections of Inuit carvings, kayaks and artifacts dating from pre- Dorset, Dorset, Thule, and modern Inuit times.

Expedition Zodiac

All ship to shore excursions conducted via zodiac.

Helicopter Tour

Experience the extent of Churchills wild beauty with its rugged coastline, the mouth of the Churchill River, forest to the south, and the treeless tundra to the north. The chances of spotting wildlife such as caribou and polar bear are excellent.

Helicopter tours are available as an add-on for any October/November departure. Please talk to one of our Travel Counsellors about adding this to your tour. 

Interpretive Hike

Explore trails in and around Riding Mountain National Park with a focus on flora and fauna.

Interpretive Transfer

During transfer from port of entry to your accommodations, recieve guided interpretation of route-side points of interest from one of our friendly and knowledagable drivers.

Manitoba Museum

Renowned for its combined human and natural heritage themes. The Manitoba Museum is home to the Hudson's Bay Company Gallery chronicling the history of the fur trade in Manitoba. 

Parks Canada Interpretive Centre

Walk back in time viewing detailed and exciting wildlife dioramas, fur trade exhibits. View a series of videos on the history, culture and wildlife of the area. You leave chock-full of natural and historical information from the Churchill region.

Rainforest Walk

Interpretive rainforest walk examines evident signs left by grizzly bear as well examines the general ecology of the region. The Great Bear Rainforest is home to many animals, including grey wolves, river otters, black bears, mink and bald eagles.

River Excusrion

Boat excursion to explore the glacier-carved inlet. You're the only guests on our river system. That means that you get a true wilderness experience.

Showshoe Trek

Feel the exhilaration of an afternoon interpretive snowshoeing adventure through Churchill's boreal forest, tundra and marine ecosystems. 

Sloop Cove to Prince of Wales Fort Hike

Travel back through time on a guided hike from Sloop Cove to Prince of Wales Fort, Churchill’s National Historic Site, and walk in the footsteps of the Hudson’s Bay Company of Adventurers who lived and died in this harsh environment during the 1700’s. The hike will take you across over 4km of northern beaches and grassy knolls. 

Snorkelling with Belugas

A heavy duty wet suit will keep you warm as you join Churchill's summer beluga population for a dip in the Churchill river. See these incredible marine mammals from a different perspective and listen as they sing their whale song - you may even want to hum back as they are very good imitators as well!

Snorkelling is available as an add-on for any July/August departure. Please talk to one of our Travel Counsellors about adding this to your tour. 

Summer Tundra Buggy Adventure

The best way to experience magnificent summer wildlife including caribou, arctic fox, and ptarmigan, is on an authentic Tundra Buggy. The Buggy meanders over a system of established trails, stopping at leisure to enjoy the scenery, search for wildlife, and take photos of the lush flora of the Arctic.

Tundra Buggy Adventure

The best way to experience an intimate encounter with a wild polar bear is on an authentic Tundra Buggy. All of our Tundra Buggies are furnished with dual-pane frost-free windows and contain propane heating systems that closely resemble a cozy fireplace. Each day, we depart early and board our world famous Tundra Buggies looking for polar bears and other wildlife out on the tundra. You will enjoy picnic style lunches and refreshments while you are viewing wildlife.

Tundra Buggy Lodge Presentations

Each night at the Tundra Buggy Lodge, guests will enjoy presentations given by a wide variety of hosts, ranging from various researchers and scientists from Polar Bears International and our own Frontiers North Interpretive Guides. 

Tundra Buggy Northern Lights Tour

See the Northern Lights like you've never imagined, from the warmth and comfort of a Tundra Buggy. Guests will be taken far from the lights of town in order to capture the aurora in all their glory. Snacks & refreshments will be provided, and the Tundra Buggy is equipped with heating and a bathroom. The departure time for each evening will be dependant on aurora activity and weather conditions, therefore your guide will inform you daily of the evening's schedule. 

Winnipeg Tour

Enjoy your stay in Winnipeg by learning about the city's unique and vibrant history on a guided tour. Begin the day with a tour of the historic Exchange District, with one of Winnipeg’s best attractions, and then head to the Forks National Historic Site. Visit Winnipeg’s French Quarter (St. Boniface) with its beautiful St. Boniface Cathedral, the oldest cathedral in Western Canada. View Upper Fort Garry Gate, the Legislative Building, and Winnipeg’s 393-acre Assiniboine Park where, weather permitting you will have the opportunity to walk through the unique Leo Mol Sculpture Garden.

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