Arctic wildlife without the arctic temperatures


Arctic Summer Adventure


Polar bear viewing isn't just a winter adventure, it's a summer one too! Head out onto the tundra in search of polar bears, arctic fox and other wildlife that roam in summer in search of a feed. Then take to the sea on an exciting boat trip - keep an eye out for beluga whales! 

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7 Days
From £4240 Per person

Price valid on selected dates and is subject to availability at the time of booking. Please call for details.

Arctic Summer Adventure
From £4240 Per person

Your Itinerary

  • Day 1
  • Day 2
  • Day 3
  • Day 4
  • Day 5
  • Day 6
  • Day 7

Day 1 : Winnipeg

Make your way to your hotel for the night.

Day 2 : Winnipeg - Churchill

Fly to Churchill this morning and on arrival transfer to Lazy Bear Lodge for 4 nights. This afternoon enjoy a cultural tour of Churchill, including the famous polar bear jail.

Day 3 : Churchill

A full day Hudson Bay coastline tour takes you by boat in search of polar bears and arctic wildlife.

Day 4 : Churchill

Explore the Hudson Bay today and search for the friendly beluga whales that head here in their thousands every summer. This afternoon visit Prince of Wales Fort, which dates back to the days of fur traders.

Day 5 : Churchill

Explore the unforgiving tundra on an Arctic Crawler and search for the bears that roam in summer in search of a feed.

Day 6 : Churchill – Winnipeg

Time for optional activities or relaxing before your flight to Winnipeg this evening and an overnight stay.

Day 7 : Winnipeg

Your adventure ends this morning.

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Our Awards

We are very proud that our personal, friendly service and attention to detail has led to us becoming an industry leader in providing tailor-made holidays. We have been recognised throughout the years by winning a number of prestigious awards from within and outside of the travel industry. We won the "Best Operator to Canada" award at the 2017 British Annual Canada Travel Awards for a record 15th time.

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