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The Great Polar Bear Migration Deluxe

  • Destination: Canada RV Tours
  • Duration: 20 days

October 07 – October 26, 2018

Two Person / RV $8,795
One Person / RV $6,195
Additional Guest $3,995

October 04 – October 23, 2020

Two Person / RV $9,195
One Person / RV $6,395
Additional Guest $4,095

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One of the world’s most fascinating wildlife events

We rendezvous and spend our first night in Rugby, North Dakota. Traveling north, vast expanses of prairie grain fields and cattle ranches slowly change to boreal forests, pristine lakes and increasing numbers of wildlife. En route to Thompson, we make several stops with fascinating tours and a wonderful Ukranian dinner. There’s even a casino stop.

Thompson serves as the base camp for our exciting trip to Churchill, ‘The Polar Bear Capital of the World’. We travel to Churchill by passenger train and return by plane, enjoying Northern Manitoba and its beauty from the air.

We are in awe for the next four days and three nights as we enjoy Churchill, a place where most people only dream of visiting. The locals bend over backwards to see that we have a good time. If we are lucky, on clear nights, the Aurora Borealis (Northern Lights) is spectacular vision here. Beside Polar Bear watching and three great local presentations, we tour the city of Churchill and surrounding area.

We travel south and have lots to see and do in the lovely city of Winnipeg before our farewell dinner party to celebrate this great adventure.

Join this Arctic Adventure to view and photograph the incredible Polar Bears of Churchill. You’ll be glad you did.


Day 1
Rugby, ND
● Get Acquainted Party & Orientation
Day 2
Boissevain, MB
International Peace Garden Tour (En route)
● Wildlife Museum Tour
● Lunch
● Guided City Murals Tour
Day 3 - 4
Brandon, MB
● Guided Brandon City Bus Tour Including Lunch
● Commonwealth Air Training Museum Tour
● Daly House Tour
● Riverbank Discovery Centre
Day 5
Dauphin, MB
● Fort Dauphin Museum
● Tour Ukrainian Catholic Church
Ukrainian Dinner by Locals
Day 6 - 7
The Pas, MB
● Dinner at Aseneskak Casino
● Sam Waller Museum
Day 8
Thompson, MB
● Travel Day
Day 9
Overnight Train to Churchill
● Transfers to Train (Evening Departure)
● Morning Scenic Viewing from Train Windows
Sleeping Compartment
– and All Meals Included on Train
Day 10 - 12
Churchill, MB
● Morning Train Arrival in Churchill (9:00am Arrival)
● Hotel – Three Nights
All Meals included in Churchill
Optional Dog Sled Rides
Optional Helicopter Polar Bear Viewing Rides
● Churchill City Highlights Tour by Bus
● Eskimo Museum & Trading Post
● Lunch at the Tundra Inn
● Heritage Presentation by Bill Calnan
● Dinner at Local Restaurant
Tundra Buggy® Polar Bear Viewing with Lunch
● Watch Polar Bears in their Natural Environment (2 Days)
● Dinner at Local Restaurant
● Presentation by Myrtle deMeulles
The Life of a Daughter on a Trap Line
Tundra Buggy® Polar Bear Viewing with Lunch
● Dinner at Local Restaurant
Day 13 - 14
Thompson, MB
● Bus Tour for Local Polar Bear Viewing
– (Prior to Early Evening Flight)
● Lunch at Gypsy’s Bakery & Restaurant
● Polar Bear Jail & ‘Miss Piggy’
● Cape Merry & View Prince of Wales National Park
Ithaca – The Famous 1960s Shipwreck
● Airplane Flight to Thompson
Transfers to RV Park
● Dinner in Thompson
Day 15
St. Martin Junction, MB
● Overnight Stop
● Dinner at Local Restaurant
Day 16 - 20
Winnipeg, MB
● Royal Canadian Mint Tour
● Manitoba Museum
● Guided Winnipeg City Motorcoach Tour
● Manitoba Legislative Building
● Chocolate Factory Tour
● Lunch at ‘The Old Spaghetti Factory’
● The Forks National Historic Site
● Assiniboine Park
● Tropical Palm House
● French Quarter & Exchange District
● St. Boniface Basilica & St. Boniface Museum
● Farewell Dinner
● Hitch-up Continental Breakfast, Hugs & Good-byes

Tour Features

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– Passenger Train & Return Flight to Churchill from Thompson Churchill, MB
– Hotel Accommodations
– Three (3) Days Polar Bear Viewing
– Experience 2 Full Days aboard Privately Chartered Tundra Buggy® for Polar Bear Viewing PLUS an extra day by bus in the local area

Note: Some Dry Camping is Expected


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