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

Accommodation is in twin or four-bedded rooms with private bathrooms in two cosy cabins. 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 bears.

The lodge is just a 15 minute flight north of Churchill.

Key info

This accommodation is located in:

Hudson Bay

Canada has 25% of the world’s wetlands, so it is no surprise that The Hudson Bay Lowlands are a wetland. 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