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Dymond Lake Lodge is luxury wilderness eco-lodge occupying a strip of land between the lake and the Hudson Bay, overlooking the tundra and its wild inhabitants.

Accommodating a maximum of 16 guests, the lodge has eight rooms in two cosy cabins, each with en suite bathroom.  The food and wine are excellent and the lodge offers fixed programme stays on a full board basis in late autumn, with activities based around polar bear viewing. Polar bears can be seen from the lodge’s viewing tower or picture windows, or from its nature trails..

The lodge is just a 15 minute flight north of Churchill, and is only accessible by floatplane or helicopter.

Key info

This accommodation is located in:

Hudson Bay

The Hudson Bay Lowlands are a wetland, and serve as part of the migration route for polar bears heading south. An area of transition between boreal forest and tundra, Hudson Bay is host to a large diversity of wildlife, the greatest occurring in the spring, with the arrival of migrating birds and newborn animals.

  • Where: Manitoba
  • Ideal for viewing: American beaver, American black bear, polar bear, willow ptarmigan, caribou
  • Excellent for: Walking safaris, Vehicle safaris, Walking with wildlife, Bear watching, Polar bear watching