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The Great Polar Bear Migration – Fly-In

  • Destination: Canada RV Tours, Non-RV
  • Duration: 8 days

October 09 – October 16, 2021

Double Occupancy – 2 Guests $10,995
Single Occupancy – 1 Guest $6,995

Airfare to/from Rendezvous is not included
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Fly-in to the land of polar bears!

This once in a lifetime Canadian arctic adventure allows you to explore the remote and fascinating tundra from the warmth, comfort, and safety of a Tundra Buggy® giving you the chance to observe polar bears in their natural environment. Experience the town’s unique northern charm with visits to the Eskimo Museum, Cape Merry, the Polar Bear Jail, and the famous 1960s Ithaca Shipwreck. Optionals available to experience an authentic dog sled excursion or helicopter flight to get an aerial view of the majestic polar bears roaming, playing, and interacting. On clear nights, when darkness falls, look to the skies for a chance to witness the magical Northern Lights.


Day 1
● Welcome Orientation
● Hotel Accommodations
● Welcome Dinner
Day 2
● Hotel Accommodations
● Breakfast at Hotel
● Guided Winnipeg City Tour
● Manitoba Legislative Building
● Chocolate Factory Tour
● French Quarter & Exchange District
● St. Boniface Basilica and Museum
● The Forks Riverside Market Place
● Manitoba Museum
Day 3
● Airplane Flight to Churchill (Early Morning Departure)
● Hotel Accommodations (For Days 3-7)
● Guided Churchill City Highlights Tour
● Eskimo Museum & Trading Post
● Lunch Local Restaurant
● Heritage Presentation by Bill Calnan
● Dog Sled & Helicopter Rides (optional)
Day 4
● Bus Transfers to/from Tundra Buggy®
● Tundra Buggy® Polar Bear Viewing with Lunch
Day 5
● Churchill City & Area Bus Tour
● Polar Bear Jail & ‘Miss Piggy’
● Cape Merry & View Prince of Wales National Park
● Ithaca- The Famous 1960s Shipwreck
● Lunch at Local Restaurant
Day 6
● Bus Transfers to/from Tundra Buggy®
● Tundra Buggy® Polar Bear Viewing with Lunch
Day 7
Churchill to Winnipeg
● Bus Tour for Local Polar Bear Viewing
● Lunch at Local Restaurant
● Airplane Flight to Winnipeg (Evening Departure)
● Hotel near Winnipeg Airport
Day 8
● Farewell Breakfast at Hotel
● Hugs & Good-byes

Tour Highlights

– 2 Days Tundra Buggy® Viewing Polar Bears
– Winnipeg Guided City Tour
– Tour Winnipeg’s French Quarter
– Churchill Guided City Tour
– Eskimo Museum & Trading Post
– Heritage Presentation
– Prince of Wales National Park
– Eskimo Museum & Heritage Presentation
– Ithaca – the Famous 1960s Shipwreck


– Professional Adventure Caravans Staff
– 7 Nights of Hotel Accommodations
– Tickets, Admissions and Gratuities for Shows, Events, and Activities Listed
– 13 Meals Provided and 15 Events
– Round Trip Airfare from Winnipeg to Churchill
– 6 Days of Bus Transportation
– Local Step-On Guide for Area Tours
– AVC Apparel, Name Badges & Tour Pins

Additional Tour Details

– Comfortable Walking Shoes Recommended
– Mobility aids such as scooters, walkers, or wheelchairs are not allowed onto the Tundra Buggy®
– Registered Service Animals Only


The Great Polar Bear Migration – Fly-In

  • Our first trip/Rally with Adventure Caravans was a great way to begin our RVing adventure. Tina and her crew pay attention to the details and truly Aim to please by providing a memorable trip. Steve D.
    Steve D
  • Adventure Caravans provides a well-run & organized tour. The fact that we have gone on 3 tours & have scheduled another one, says a lot about the quality of the produce they provide. Byron & Janet W.
    Byron & Janet W.
  • We enjoyed this caravan more than we thought we would, because of the care we received from the Wagonmaster and the Tailgunner and the outstanding organization.
    Randy H – Civil War 2019
  • We enjoy the family feeling between owner, staff, and guests. Bob & Toni C.
    Adventure Caravans Guest
  • “The Rallymaster and the diverse group made the trip awesome. We enjoyed everything. The little things—concern for the people was always evident, it shows the company works for people and their enjoyment.” Thomas S.
    Thomas Sepka
  • This is our first caravan and we enjoyed it so much we signed up for three more. Jack and Jean A.
    Jack & Jean A.