• Day 1

    Outbound international flight to Winnipeg

    Stay: The Grand Winnipeg Airport Hotel (1 night) ​

  • Day 2

    Winnipeg to Churchill

    Journey Time: 2 hours, 10 minutes (air & road)

    After your arrival in Churchill, your adventure begins with a breathtaking aerial view as you fly over the winding Hudson Bay coast en-route to your home for the next six days, in one of the world’s surest locations to view polar bears.

    After a hearty lunch, it’s time to don your cold weather clothing, take your first hike into the wilderness just outside the front door, and hopefully meet polar bears, up close and personal (well, within the recommended 30 metres, that is).

    Stay: Seal River Heritage Lodge  (5 nights)​​​

    Your Stay

    Seal River Heritage Lodge

    Unique for a few reasons, Seal River Heritage Lodge certainly knows how to pull out all the stops. First, there’s the opportunity to actually walk among polar bears (that’s right, no barriers or vehicles involved) and then there’s the outstanding gourmet food.

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  • Days 6-7

    Seal River Heritage Lodge

    This region’s combination of diversity and sheer natural elegance is sure to amaze you, so make sure your camera battery is charged at all times, and keep your eyes peeled for huge pods of whales, countless birds, caribou and of course, magnificent polar bears, all regularly seen swimming or basking near the water’s edge.

    Days here generally start with breakfasts at 8am, and tours  (typically departing around 9.30am each day and depending on weather and group interest), that may include marine tours and beluga whalewatching, trekking in the tundra, or being entranced by tales from your guides’ own northern adventures. And after dinner, opportunities abound for night-time wildlife or Northern Lights viewings too.​

  • Day 7

    Churchill to Winnipeg

    After your air transfer back into Churchill, you’ll have some time to spare before your evening flight on to Winnipeg, giving you the perfect opportunity to browse the shops and attractions of Churchill itself, like Cape Merry, the Port of Churchill, the Eskimo Museum, Polar Bear Holding Compound (otherwise known as Polar Bear Jail), and the Parks Canada exhibit.

    Stay: The Grand Winnipeg Airport Hotel (1 night)​​​

  • Day 8

    Winnipeg to Bella Coola

    Journey Time: 4 hours, 15 minutes (air & road)

    Fly from Winnipeg to Bella Coola in British Columbia via Vancouver.

    Stay: Tweedsmuir Park Lodge (3 nights)​​

    Your Stay

    Tweedsmuir Park Lodge

    Home of the Grizzly Bears! Canada’s historic Tweedsmuir Park Lodge in the Bella Coola Valley is the gateway to British Columbia’s largest protected park, and the ideal setting for multiple wilderness adventures.

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  • Days 9-10

    Bella Coola

    If observing grizzly bears in their natural habitat is on your bucket list, then you’ve come to the right place! When the salmon arrive to spawn, Bella Coola is host to one of the highest concentrations of grizzly bears on the planet. Be amazed as you observe them hunt and feast along the riverbed, scavenge Bella Coola’s pristine terrain, and roam free-range across lodge grounds. Drift by river, take a helicopter ride over the beautiful Bella Coola Valley, learn about Nuxalk First Nations culture, visit the petroglyph gardens, or trek through the Great Bear Rainforest – all with the most knowledgeable of guides.​​

  • Day 11

    Tweedsmuir to Klemtu

    Journey Time: 5 hours, 50 minutes (air, road & water taxi)

    After breakfast, depart Tweedsmuir for your flight to Klemtu via Vancouver.

    Stay: Spirit Bear Lodge (3 nights)

    Your Stay

    Spirit Bear Lodge

    Situated in the remote First Nations fishing village of Klemtu, Spirit Bear Lodge is owned and operated by the Kitasoo/ Xaixais First Nations people, and serves up a unique, authentic aboriginal experience with unrivalled access to the area's profusion of wildlife.

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  • Days 12-14


    Located deep in the Great Bear Rainforest, the largest intact temperate rainforest in the world, Spirit Bear Lodge invites you to explore the natural habitat of the elusive Kermode (or ‘Spirit Bear’) – thought by scientists to be a genetic variation of the black bear that roams throughout BC; as well as the ancestral lands and traditional territory of the Kitasoo/Xai’xais First Nation.

    ​Each day you’ll travel with your guides by boat into the heart of the Great Bear Rainforest in search of Spirit
    Bears, grizzlies, eagles and a host of other wildlife. Your guides have an intimate knowledge of the behaviour and movement patterns of the bears and will often situate guests under the forest canopy or on a rocky outcropping to get intimate and special eye-level viewing and photographic opportunities as the bears forage for roots and berries or feast on salmon. Depending on location you may also board small skiffs and propel silently under oar or by small outboard motor up a river, or into the braided channels of an estuary to view bears.​​

  • Day 15


    Depart Vancouver on your international flight back to London.​​

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