Churchill Wild: Where luxury meets polar bears – at ground level

Deep in the heart of polar bear country at three remote “Arctic” luxury ecolodges on Canada’s Hudson Bay coast, Churchill Wild offers an unparalleled wilderness experience from March through November: walking with polar bears.

Churchill Wild co-founders and owners Mike and Jeanne Reimer pioneered the world’s first polar bear walking safaris in 1993 at Seal River Heritage Lodge, but their family history on the Hudson Bay coast goes back over 80 years. Blending luxury and wilderness adventure into 11 unique, all-inclusive polar bear walking safaris, Churchill Wild has garnered over 460 five-star reviews for their lodges on Tripadvisor, and numerous prestigious travel awards.

Your journey with Churchill Wild begins with a flight from Winnipeg to Churchill, Manitoba, where you will soon be able to stay at their newest property, the Blueberry Inn, before boarding a flight to one of their three fly-in polar bear lodges: Seal River Heritage Lodge, Nanuk Polar Bear

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