You’ll see polar bear mothers and cubs on this tour of Canada’s coastal tundra

Polar bear mom and her cubs near Churchill, Canada

Churchill Wild is offering summer tours that take participants into the heart of Canada’s polar bear denning areas.

(Michael Poliza)

Polar bears may be a threatened species, but they’re still familiar visitors in Canada’s Hudson Bay region, where you can see them in their natural environment. Six-night summer tours by Churchill Wild focus on mothers and cubs, transporting participants to a coastal tundra lodge in the heart of polar bear denning areas. Guests take part in guided walking tours that offer ground-level photo opportunities. The region is also home to other wildlife, such as wolves, black bears, moose and migratory birds.

Dates: The Mothers & Cubs Adventure tours begin Aug. 26 and Aug. 30.

Price: $6,719 per person, double occupancy. Includes air transportation from Winnipeg, Canada, to the lodge and all accommodations, meals, beverages and activities.

Info: Churchill Wild, (866) 846-9453




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