NORTH & ARCTIC

Churchill & Hudson's Bay


Nanuk Nation
On the west shore of Hudson Bay, Churchill is the polar bear capital of the world. Not only are bears and belugas plentiful, but set against the illuminating backdrop of the Northern Lights, the setting is truly awe-inspiring and unlike anything else you’ll find in Canada.

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Snorkelling with Belugas
Vancouverite Robin Poirier dives into Hudson Bay
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Churchill & Hudson's Bay


Those who make the effort to venture to this Northern Manitoba town are richly rewarded for their efforts. This bucket-list trip of a lifetime brings you to Hudson Bay where curious beluga whales play in the shallow waters under the dazzling Northern Lights and polar bears roam the shoreline in search of their next meal.

 

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Polar Bears of Churchill


When you’re in the polar bear capital of the world, there are just two rules: always have your camera ready, and never turn your back on a bear. The Inuit culture calls polar bears ‘Nanuks’ meaning “animal worthy of great respect”. As you watch these thousand-pound predators patrol their habitat, you’ll gain enormous respect for them too.

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