Travel to coastal Manitoba, to the banks of Hudson Bay, for some of the world's best opportunities to see polar bears in the wild. The remote Nanuk Polar Bear Lodge has views over the shoreline, which is often visited by bears and other wildlife. Spend your days out on the tundra in search of wildlife and retire to the comfort of the lodge and delicious home-cooked food each evening.


  • Prime location near denning area for good sightings of mothers and cubs
  • Excellent photo opportunities on adventures into the tundra
  • Chance to see the Northern Lights from your lodge
  • Exploring the frontier town of Churchill
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Destination Expert Mel Matthews


North America Specialist


  1. Arrive
  2. Day 1 Arrive in Winnipeg

    When you land in Winnipeg you will be met at the airport and driven to your hotel in the popular The Forks area. Spend the day relaxing and settling in before meeting the rest of your group and your guide for dinner at around 7pm.

    Overnight: The Grand Winnipeg Airport Hotel by Lakeview

  3. Day 2 Fly into the Tundra

    Rise early this morning for your flight to Churchill, where your private charter will be waiting to whisk you into polar bear country and Nanuk Polar Bear Lodge. The aerial view from the plane often provides fantastic photo opportunities - and keep your eyes peeled for caribou and polar bears. When you arrive there will be time for you to settle in before lunch, after which your hosts will provide an orientation. Then it's time to head out. This afternoon there will be a guided walk on the inland Palsa Bogs and the Tundra Ponds which lie adjacent to the Hudson Bay coastline and Taiga Forest. This evening, canapes and dinner will be served and there will be a slideshow presented by one of the knowledgeable guides.

    Overnight: Nanuk Polar Bear Lodge

  4. Day 3 - 5 Nature Trekking and Polar Bears

    The movements of the bears will determine your trips for the day; if they are nearby, the team recommend staying back at the lodge to take advantage of photo and observation opportunities; if they are further away, however, you will most likely head out after breakfast to find them. Depending on ground conditions, there are a number of excursions available, including full day tours into the river deltas and forests or a shorter ATV tour along Hudson Bay's tidal flats. There is always the option to be more leisurely and stay close to the lodge, which is often visited by the King of the Arctic. In the evening, delicious dinners provide the opportunity to catch up with your fellow guests around the fire as well as for informal slide-shows and lectures. The clear night skies of the Arctic are excellent for viewing Aurora Borealis in all her glory; the team keep watch each night and provide a wake-up call to ensure nobody misses out if the lights do make an appearance.

    Overnight: Nanuk Polar Bear Lodge

  5. Day 6 Churchill - Winnipeg

    Check out of the lodge after breakfast and fly back to Churchill, where your bags will be stored safely so that you can make the most of your time in the frontier town. Dine at one of your guide's recommended restaurants, visit the Eskimo Museum, or enjoy an afternoon dog sledding or helicopter tour. Your onward flight to Winnipeg will depart in the evening. You will be met on arrival and driven to your hotel for the night.

    Overnight: The Grand Winnipeg Airport Hotel by Lakeview

  6. Day 7 Depart

    Transport will be arranged to the airport in time for your flight home.

  7. Depart


Low £ 3,270 $ 4,442
High £ 3,625 $ 4,924


  • Mothers & Cubs is a set group departure which runs in September each year - the optimum time to see polar bears and their cubs in the Arctic.
  • Based on two people sharing a twin/double room throughout.


  • All accommodation as detailed in the itinerary.
  • Daily breakfast.
  • Private transfers throughout.
  • All sightseeing, entrance fees and guide services as detailed in the itinerary.
  • Internal flights where detailed in the itinerary.


  • International flights.
  • Meals not indicated in the itinerary.
  • Items of a personal nature such as laundry, drinks, gratuities (discretionary).
  • Entrance fees and excursions not specifically mentioned as included.
  • Travel insurance or visa fees.

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