Polar Bear Mothers & Cubs

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Run by: Wildlife Worldwide

Reference number: 2347

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Summer in the Hudson Bay is a wonderful time to view the intimacy between mother and cub polar bears, and their playful approach to life. This small group trip allows you to view these enigmatic creatures on daily excursions, returning to a comfortable lodge each evening.

The tidal flats and plains of Hudson Bay, where native Cree trappers once traded furs at isolated trading posts, is the setting for a unique summer adventure. These summer feeding grounds for polar bears offer fantastic opportunities to photograph mothers with their cubs, as well as the area's other abundant wildlife: migratory birds, wolves and moose.

Typical itinerary

The full itinerary detail is available on our website.

  1. Day 1: Fly to Winnipeg
  2. Day 2: Fly to Churchill, Northern Manitoba & transfer to lodge by light aircraft
  3. Days 3-5: Polar bear activities - explore the area with a naturalist guide
  4. Day 6: Transfer to Churchill by light aircraft & fly to Winnipeg
  5. Day 7: Depart Winnipeg
  6. Day 8: Arrive UK
  • Available*: Jul to Sep
  • Group size: 12
  • Price including flights from/to UK: From £8,795 pp
  • Price excluding international flights: From £8,195 pp
  • Included in the price/package:
    • Return flights between Winnipeg and Nanuk
    • 2 nights hotel
    • 4 nights lodge
    • Most meals
    • Transfers
    • Guided activities


This is a group trip with fixed departure dates. Please refer to our website for further information.

This trip has no fixed departures but restrictions may apply - check operator website

** If you see this next to a price, a specific price in your currency has not been provided, this is an estimated-only price based on a currency conversion, the price you pay may be different to that shown

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