Churchill Wild Mission Statement
Churchill Wild is creating friendships, changing lives, touching the Arctic. In sharing our home, our history and our heritages, we provide that elusive, unique travel experience that refreshes the soul and awakens the explorer’s heart while building life changing memories.
Our Vision: To be the world’s finest Arctic Safari Experience
We seek to be the most unique Polar Bear and Arctic Wildlife adventure experience on the planet. We are building world class eco-lodges in remote regions of the Arctic while practicing the highest standards of cutting edge sustainable environmental, operational and building practices. We seek to raise awareness of the far North’s unique challenges through opportunities to sustainably experience the fragile flora and fauna of our Arctic home. We seek to have our guests return home to friends and family with a new found wealth of Arctic knowledge and a vision of how we can all participate in enjoying, with minimal impact, our world’s most unique destinations.
In the 1960′s Doug and Helen Webber started both a family and business together.
Webber’s Lodges was born some 45 years ago. The three Webber girls contributed to the business from the moment they could and were regularly seen expediting, hauling building supplies, cooking, cleaning, conducting guest mail outs, fueling aircraft, and much (much) more.
One daughter grew up, married one of the guides and the rest is our history!
Churchill Wild was created by Doug & Helen’s daughter Jeanne and her husband Mike Reimer. They have operated both Webber’s Lodges and Churchill Wild over the years and created the “World’s Next Great Safari” – Churchill Wild’s Arctic Safaris which run out of the Seal River Heritage Lodge, Nanuk Polar Bear Lodge & Dymond Lake Eco-lodge.
Take a look around our website to learn all about the lodges, the people and Churchill Wild’s involvement in partnerships, the community and philanthropic ventures.