Where the polar bears walk.
Churchill Wild operates four luxury eco-lodges, three of which are located deep in the heart of polar bear country on the Hudson Bay coast in northern Manitoba, Canada. Our polar bear lodges are located directly in the path of the polar bears as they walk up and down the coastline during the summer and fall waiting for the bay to freeze. Two of our lodges, Nanuk Polar Bear Lodge and Seal River Heritage Lodge, are proud members of the National Geographic Unique Lodges of the World collection. Please click the images below to learn more about each lodge.
Seal River Heritage Lodge, a recent inclusion into the prestigious National Geographic Unique Lodges of the World, is located 60 km north of Churchill near the Seal River estuary where thousands of beluga whales congregate every summer.
Nanuk Polar Bear Lodge is the second of Churchill Wild’s lodges to become a member National Geographic Unique Lodges of the World. Situated 250 km southeast of Churchill near the historic York Factory, it is also home to newly discovered polar bear denning areas.
Dymond Lake Ecolodge is 30 km north of Churchill on a strip of land bordered by Dymond Lake and Hudson Bay.
North Knife Lake Wilderness Lodge is located 200 km southwest of Churchill in the boreal forest.
The blending of four varied eco-systems, enlivened by a southern climate modified by a vast cold ocean, creates an ideal environment for polar bears, black bears and grizzly bears; where caribou meet moose; and where Arctic birds co-exist with their counterparts from the prairies.
Exclusive lodge locations are part of what makes our polar bear tours and safaris the most unique polar bear, beluga whale and wildlife viewing adventures on the planet. And let’s not forget the spectacular northern lights!
We invite you to explore the Churchill Wild lodges by clicking the images and links above and to the right.
Please let us know if you have any questions!