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