Polar Bear Trip to see Mother and Newborn Cubs
Witness newborn polar bear cubs emerging from their dens as their mother introduces them to the world.
Place yourself in the world's largest polar bear denning area, adjacent to Wapusk National Park. This rarely seen wildlife experience is available to only a few dozen people per year. Watch with baited-breath baby polar bear cubs emerge from their dens and greet their new world. This lodge-based, polar bear expedition offers a unique opportunity to observe polar bear cubs and their mothers in their spectacular natural habitat.
- Be one of only a few hundred in the world to see newborn polar bear cubs emerge from their den.
- Witness shimmering and awe-inspiring northern lights.
- Unique tracked, heated vehicles offer unprecedented and comfortable access to the polar bear denning habitat.
- Enjoy dog sledding in Churchill, MB.
Our rustic, yet comfortable lodge is a refurbished Navy communications base located on top of an old beach ridge about 60km south of Churchill, MB, Canada. A rare operating permit from Parks Canada allows some of the best polar bear viewing at close proximity. You'll have a chance to get as close as 100 meters (328 ft) from polar bears, while you learn about their dens, habits, and life cycle. Sharing the habitat of the polar bear are ptarmigan, Arctic foxes, and caribou. Nighttime viewing of the legendary aurora borealis redefines after-dinner entertainment!
Read more about this exciting experience on our blog post: Polar Bear Mother and Newborn Cubs Photo Safari Trip Report, written by renowned wildlife photographer, Michelle Valberg.