Belugas, Bears & Summer Wildlife of Churchill
Come eye to eye with friendly Belugas and see polar bears frolic in fireweed on a northern Canada tundra adventure.
Churchill: Drink It In
Few of nature’s marvels match the intense aliveness of an Arctic summer. In a region that's frozen, still and dark for much of the year, the Northland awakens with a burst of energy during these long days when the tundra turns green, wildflowers appear, animals come forth in great flocks and herds, and belugas return for their summer feasting. We may even spot polar bears! With the remote town of Churchill as our base on Hudson Bay, we are surrounded by the flurry of natural wonders a northern summer provides.
- • Belugas come within arm's reach by Zodiac and kayak. Listen to their songs via hydrophone.
• Look for roving polar bears on a scenic flight over the tundra and taiga forest.
• This operator supports the work the World Wildlife Fund is doing with beluga whales.
Travel Curator’s Insights:
$500 off each person when booked by July 1
From $7,395 per person
Policies and protocols provided before you book.
June - August 2024, 2025
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Trip Sustainability Awards
Has eliminated use of single-use plastic bottles and straws
Has contributed more than $4.5 million to the WWF
Offsets all CO2 outputs from trips and office operations
ABOUT THE PROPERTY
Beluga whales and cetaceans in general fascinate me. Take advantage of this veteran Churchill operator's level of experience to see them up close.