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Arctic Safari, 9 Days

Arctic Safari, 9 days

2021 | $14.995 DBL | $27.695 Single Private Room | $13.495 Children

2022 | $15.995 DBL | $28.695 Single Private Room | $13.995 Children

ITINERARY

Your Arctic Safari takes place in Canada’s last remaining wilderness — from the great tundra plains known as The Barren Lands, through “The Land of Little Sticks” and finally down to the rugged Hudson Bay coastline, home of the mighty polar bears.

Our most ambitious adventure to date, the Arctic Safari includes a two-day stay in our Tundra Camp on the Barren Lands, exploring the ancient migratory grounds of the Qaminurjuaq caribou herd, as well as four days of ground-level trekking in search of polar bears at Seal River Heritage Lodge. All set on a kaleidoscopic background of spectacular fall colors!

If that’s not enough, try finding some energy to stay up for the finest light show on earth. Our lodges are located in one of the best aurora borealis viewing zones in the Arctic! Listening to the spine tingling howls of a hungry wolf pack while being mesmerized by the dancing aurora borealis can be a life-changing experience.

Of course, it can’t hurt that you have just finished a delicious meal in the rustic Arctic luxury of Seal River Heritage Lodge and you’re lounging outside by a campfire sipping a glass of wine!

 

LOCATION - SEAL RIVER HERITAGE LODGE:

Access: By Air only. Wheel plane or helicopter.
Location: A 60 km and 30 minute flight from Churchill, Seal River Heritage Lodge was strategically built on the shores of the Hudson Bay, near the Seal River estuary.

Perched on the rugged coast of Hudson Bay lies Seal River Heritage Lodge, one of the National Geographic Unique Lodges of the World. Located near the Seal River Estuary, this Lodge is in a prime location for observing polar bears as they wander the coast during summer and fall waiting for the Bay to freeze and viewing beluga whales in July and August.

Seal River Heritage Lodge maximizes viewing potential by giving guests the opportunities to see bears from a variety of locations. Whether it is from one of the nature trails, the lodge’s viewing tower, or just outside the window as you dine, a trip to Seal River Heritage Lodge means guests will see polar bears and other wildlife like no adventurer on a Churchill town-only package can.
Seal River Heritage Lodge features:

  • Authentic wilderness lodge style with all the comforts of home
  • Expansive picture windows to maximize ground level viewing
  • Spectacular coastal view of Hudson Bay while hiking, dining or relaxing
  • A viewing tower to take in the expansive tundra landscape and its wild inhabitants
  • Cozy common area with fireplace for evening wind down
  • Queen, twin and family rooms each with their own ensuite washrooms
  • Full service meals
  • Electricity 24 hours a day, every day
  • Natural gas and wood heat
  • Library with maps
  • Gift Shop
  • Radio/Telephone