Churchill is known for its polar bears during the winter, but its the beluga whales visitors will be drawn to during the summer.
Frontiers North Adventures has created a program for summer travellers and outdoor adventure seekers. Beginning in August, visitors can go kayaking amid thousands of belugas, take guided hikes along centuries old fur-trade routs, and hop on a Tundra Buggy excursion to spot polar bears and other wildlife.
“Our Churchill Summer Explorer is the kind of holiday that has our guests in awe of Canada’s subarctic during the summertime,” said John Gunter, president and CEO of Frontiers North Adventures. “What I love about this departure is being able to appreciate from a fresh perspective Churchill’s history and summer wildlife, especially all these beluga whales.”
Visitors interested in signing up for the excursion can find more details at FrontiersNorth.com.