Frontiers North Adventures has unveiled a new program for summer travellers looking for adventure in Canada’s north; giving them the opportunity to go kayaking amid thousands of beluga whales and hike in the footsteps of early explorers and fur traders. Travellers will also get to spend time viewing wildlife with the chance to spot polar bear, caribou and gyrfalcon. Vacationers will find it all in Churchill, Manitoba, on the western shores of Hudson Bay in northern Canada.
John Gunter, president and CEO of Frontiers North Adventures, observed: “Our Churchill Summer Explorer is the kind of holiday that has our guests in awe of Canada’s subarctic during the summertime. 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.”
Frontiers North’s Churchill Summer Explorer is designed for outdoor adventure seekers. Taking place during August, it includes kayaking with belugas, guided hikes along centuries old fur-trade routes, and a Tundra Buggy excursion in search of polar bears and other wildlife.
Gunter notest: “Our guests often tell us that their Frontiers North Adventure has been a life-changing experience. There is nothing quite like seeing belugas and polar bears up close in their natural environment. In addition to Churchill’s incredible nature, on our trips we also share and learn about the culture and history of the people of the north. This helps our guests to really get a sense of place.”
For more go to http://www.frontiersnorth.com/adventures/churchill-summer-explorer .
Photo Caption; Kayaking in the Churchill River surrounded by friendly and curious beluga whales.
Photo Credit – ®Eric Lindberg – Supplied courtesy Frontiers North Adventures.