Trips Through the Canadian Arctic

Our tours through North and Arctic Canada will take you to the most remote parts of these breathtaking lands. Get away from it all and enjoy the beauty of icy glaciers, frozen tundra, and wildlife in their natural habitat. If you are looking for a serene, peaceful experience, the Canadian arctic is the perfect spot for you to explore.

Wildlife roams free in Arctic Canada, with some of the largest population of polar bears anywhere. You can take tours that will safely bring you close enough to watch these stunning animals at play. Or take a whale watching cruise where you are sure to see belugas migrating for the season. This area has some of the most unique wildlife in the most beautiful surroundings.

Enjoy Bear Watching and Whale Watching in the Arctic

If you want to tour the Canadian Arctic, you are sure to be pleased by the spectacular beauty of this frozen land. The scenery is breathtaking, the animals run wild, and the views are endless.

  • Churchill Canada. Trek along frozen tundra to search for polar bears, or be on the lookout for whales in Hudson Bay. You might even catch a viewing of the Northern Lights!
  • Artic Canada. The northernmost portion of Canada, the artic accounts for 40% of the country's landmass—meaning much of it is untouched and pristine. Wildlife thrives in this environment, and you are sure to see animals and scenery that you won't encounter anywhere else.
  • Polar Bear Watching. The Hudson Bay area has one of the largest populations of polar bears, and you can find them here on the hunt for food, or frolicking in their natural habitat.
  • Beluga Whales. Encounter the beautiful beluga whales off the coast of Hudson Bay, which has the world's biggest population of belugas.
  • Tundra Buggy. Trek over frozen tundra on a buggy that will get you up close to polar bears at play in their natural habitat. 
North & Arctic

North & Arctic Tours

Polar Bear & Churchill Adventure 8 days from $6682

This trip includes an amazing train excursion into Canada's subarctic, followed by once in a lifetime experiences with Churchill's polar bears.

Departs from October 2020 to November 2020.

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