Frontiers North’s newest adventures takes guests from the sloping forests of Riding Mountain National Park to the treeless tundra of Churchill in search of Manitoba’s five biggest mammals: black bear, moose, bison, beluga whale and polar bear. This interpretive-guided tour will open your eyes to the Manitoba’s wild side.
This interpretive-guided journey begins in Winnipeg, the geographic center of North America. From there we travel over-land to Riding Mountain National Park (RMNP) where bold boreal forest, expanses of meadows and lakes, lofty heights and deep gorges of the Manitoba Escarpment are home to moose, black bears, and a captive bison herd.
After enjoying the serene landscape of Manitoba’s southern plains we’ll travel north to Churchill where the boreal forest gives way to the rugged and barren tundra and where we will set out in search of mighty polar bear and beluga whales.
Primary activities include a guided buggy tour of RMNP; guided boat and zodiac beluga tour; cultural tours of Fort Prince of Wales, the Churchill Eskimo museum and Parks Canada Interpretive Centre; and a full-day Tundra Buggy ride into the Churchill Wildlife Management area to search for the magnificent polar bear and other arctic wildlife.
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Aug 11 2014
|18 people||Interpretive Guide||2 nights Winnipeg, 3 nights Churchill, 2 nights Riding Mountain||All||R/T Air||$5,649|
We recommend all guests bring a reusable water bottle and binoculars for wildlife viewing if they have them