The Mothers & Cubs polar bear adventure is an exclusive program and is sure to be the trip of a lifetime.
Churchill Wild staff routinely deal with the unique situations that arise from having polar bears in close proximity with humans. There is an overwhelming abundance of wildlife in the area to photograph and enjoy, including migratory birds, geese and other four-legged friends such as wolves and moose.
This past season guests saw black bears, wolves, moose and polar bears all during their adventure at the Nanuk!
It is very common during the season to record over 400 bears passing by the Lodge. Our daily record from 2005 was 17 bears around the Lodge in just nine hours. Manitoba Conservation officials recently discovered a large number of denning females in the area, equal to or maybe surpassing Wapusk National Park!
Photo opportunities present themselves while out on hikes so keep your camera ready to go. Other times you will often see the wildlife from inside the 8-foot buffalo-fence compund there the lodge sits.
With bears coming right up to the fence, you are as close as three feet away. You get the feeling that you are the zoo attraction and they are the spectator.
Come and join us on what is sure to be an adventure to remember.