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Dates & Rates

2014 Dates

October 26 – November 1: SOLD OUT
October 29 – November 4: SOLD OUT
November 1 – 7: SOLD OUT
November 4 – 10: SOLD OUT
November 7 – 13: Pro photographer leader, Single female share only available
November 10 – 16

Price:  $8,795 CAD* per person plus applicable taxes (6.5% for non-residents and 9% for Canadians), for children 8 to 12 we offer a child rate of $7,895

* Single guests can sign up to share a room with another person of the same gender.  Our single share room rate is $8795 plus tax.  If a single guest prefers to have a private room option we now have a single private room rate of $16,275 plus tax.  This rate guarantees a private room at the Lodge as well as the hotels required within the package.

2015 Dates

October 26 – November 1
October 29 – November 4  - SOLD OUT
November 1 – 7
November 4 – 10
November 7 – 13
November 10 – 16

Price:  $8,795 CAD* per person plus applicable taxes (6.5% for non-residents and 9% for Canadians), for children 8 to 12 we offer a child rate of $7,895

* Single guests can sign up to share a room with another person of the same gender.  Our single share room rate is $8795 plus tax.  If a single guest prefers to have a private room option we now have a single private room rate of $16,295 plus tax.  This rate guarantees a private room at the Lodge as well as the hotels required within the package.

Inclusions

The package includes two nights in Winnipeg, three nights at the Lodge, one night in Churchill, chartered Buggy tour, as well as roundtrip airfare between Winnipeg, Churchill, and our Lodge. Meal inclusions are as follows:

Day 1 2 3 4 5 6 7
Included Meals D B, L, D B, L, D B, L, D B, D B, L B

Legend:  B = Breakfast   L = Lunch   D = Dinner

Our Guests Say It Best!

From start to finish, our trip to Dymond Lake Lodge was simply amazing! The Churchill staff go out of their way to make you comfortable during your stay (and you will be pleasantly surprised by the level of creature comforts provided in this remote wilderness location). Of course, we came to see polar bears and were not disappointed. Although the cold snap that preceded our arrival led to the early departure of some bears, we were treated to the daily antics of “Scarbrow“, a young male polar bear, who frequented our camp and followed us along the hiking trails. Our accomplished guides were full of information and always made the group’s safety the first priority. We were also treated to what the locals referred to as the best northern lights display of the season. In short, it was a spectacular trip and we would go again in a heart beat!

~ Mary Giesler

Polar Bear at Dymond Lake Lodge

“Scarbrow”