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Churchill Polar Bear Families, Canada - A Life of Travel
11 days

Churchill Polar Bear Families, Canada

Start and end in Winnipeg
Tour Operator:
A Life of Travel
Max group size:
7
Age range:
15 to 80
Operated in:
English
Tour id:
61704
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US $11,995
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Highlights

  • See polar bears in their natural habitat
  • Witness the inspiring aurora borealis
  • Receive guidance from the locals
  • Explore Wapusk National Park

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Itinerary

Start and end in Winnipeg! With the Polar Bear tour Churchill Polar Bear Families, Canada, you have a 11 days tour package taking you through Winnipeg, Canada and 2 other destinations in Canada. Churchill Polar Bear Families, Canada includes accommodation, flights, meals, transport and more.
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  1. Introduction
  1. Day 1, February 17, 2017: Arrive in Winnipeg
  2. Day 2, February 18, 2017: Arrive in Churchill
  3. Days 3 –10: Polar bear viewing in Wapusk National Park
  4. Day 11, February 28: Return to Churchill and Winnipeg
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  • Churchill Polar Bear Families, Canada reviewer 1
    · November 26th, 2016
    Beeeessttttt!!!!!!
    Trip date: March 2016
  • JO
    · June 19th, 2016
    I have been fortunate to have Thomas as a leader on 2 tours, one to the polar bears and another in Botswana. He is a knowledgeable kind and thoughtful guide, not only in the country in which we are traveling but also with his photographic knowledge.... Show more
    Trip date: March 2012
  • W
    · March 24th, 2016
    I have traveled with Thomas twice to Watchee to photograph the polar bear cubs and once to see the white Harp seal babies. I enjoyed all three immensely, Thomas was attentive to every detail and made sure we all got to Churchill, despite any... Show more
    Trip date: February 2013
  • LH
    · March 15th, 2016
    This is an exciting experience enhanced by the enthusiasm and skill which Thomas devotes to his clients. He is not only knowledgeable but kind and patient when instructing and treats his clients with respect. I would have no reservations about joining... Show more
    Trip date: February 2012
  • Churchill Polar Bear Families, Canada reviewer 5
    · February 24th, 2016
    First Thomas Kokta runs a great tour to Canada and is extremely helpful and knowledgeable in the field of wildlife. He is also great with helping people learning the skills of photography. A very complacent individual and just great to be around.
    Trip date: February 2012
  • C
    · February 21st, 2016
    I have travelled with Thomas/A Life of Travel to Churchill to see the baby polar bears and Botswana, both fantastic trips. I plan to go with him again this year to Bhutan. Thomas has travelled to all his destinations many times, so he is very... Show more
    Trip date: February 2015
  • Churchill Polar Bear Families, Canada reviewer 7
    · February 20th, 2016
    Thomas is a great photographer and fantastic guide. He is very generous with his time and knowledge.
    Trip date: February 2012
  • LB
    · February 17th, 2016
    GREAT trip!!!! I traveled with Thomas to see the polar bears in 2014 and 2015. The first trip was so amazing, I had to go again. I hope to repeat again in a few years. Thomas was very helpful with all arrangements. His knowledge of photography,... Show more
    Trip date: February 2015

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