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Located on the Hudson Bay coast, 250 kilometres from Churchill, the remote Nanuk Polar Bear Lodge consists of four heated twin cabins with private bathrooms.

The main lodge, where excellent food is served, has a cosy fireplace. There is a perimeter fence with a 24-hour security patrol, and viewing towers for watching bears. A full programme of daily activities focus on seeing polar bears, using 4-wheel drive vehicles with naturalist guides.

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Wildlife trips

This accommodation is featured in the following itinerary:

Polar Bear Mothers & Cubs

This small group trip travels to a remote yet comfortable lodge near the tidal flats and plains of Hudson Bay, feeding grounds of polar bears during the summer. This is a wonderful time to view and photograph the intimacy between mother and cub, and their playful approach to life.

  • When to go: Aug-Sep
  • Duration inc. flights: 8 days
  • Price inc. flights: From £8,145 pp
  • Trip type: Group tour
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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