Frontiers North Adventures’ Belugas, Bears & Blooms Enthusiast Tour
Summer is the perfect time to visit Churchill, Manitoba! Thousands of beluga whales migrate into the Churchill River and the surrounding landscape erupts into colourful blooms.
During the summer months of July and August, the Churchill River is home to thousands of beluga whales that migrate into the area to feed and give birth. You can experience the beauty of the beluga song by boat, kayak or, for the more adventurous, get up close and personal on a beluga whale paddle boarding adventure.
Back on dry land, a Tundra Buggy safari in the Churchill Wildlife Management Area completes the adventure. Enjoy the chance to see and walk around the tundra as you’ve never imagined it – blooming with colourful flowers and teeming with wildlife! You may even catch a glimpse of the first summer polar bears as they migrate through the area.
This adventure will leave you in awe of the beauty of Canada’s North.
Travel date options: July 18-23 or August 8-13 or August 21-26
SAMPLE ITINERARY: ENTHUSIAST TOUR
Tundra Buggy Days: 1
Capacity: 22 people
Guide Type: Interpretive Guide
Lodging: 2 nights Winnipeg, 3 nights Churchill
Transportation: R/T air
Day 1 (D) – Arrive into Winnipeg by own arrangements. Afternoon Winnipeg city tour. Overnight in Winnipeg.
Day 2 (B, L, D) – Morning flight from Winnipeg to Churchill. Group participates in Churchill and Area Tour with stops at the Itsanitaq Museum and Parks Canada Interpretive Centre. Overnight in Churchill.
Day 3 (B, L, D) – Three-hour morning Beluga Whale tour (includes tour of Prince of Wales Fort). Afternoon dog-cart excursion. Overnight in Churchill.
Day 4 (B, L, D) – Full-day Tundra Buggy Tour. Overnight in Churchill.
Day 5 (B, L, D) – Two-hour morning Zodiac whale watching tour. Depart Churchill by air this evening. Overnight in Winnipeg.
Day 6 – Depart Winnipeg at leisure.