Frozen North Itineraries
Polar Bear Adventure
Every year, towards the early autumn, the waters of Hudson Bay in Canada begin their big freeze; the Arctic winter is well under way. It is at this time that Polar Bears congregate at Churchill, the ‘Polar Bear Capital of the World’ waiting for their opportunity to stock up on one of their favourite delicacies – seals! Together with our friends at Frontiers North, we are proud to offer the adventure of a lifetime…
Northern Lights and Winter Nights
Churchill is one of the best places in Canada to witness the Northern Lights and each year our friends at Frontiers North Adventures offer a unique programme to view this awe-inspiring phenomenon. Find out more about this exciting adventure which is quite unlike any other…
In this self-drive itinerary we introduce you to the fascinating land that is Canada’s Yukon before dipping into Alaska’s south-west corner. Although seeming so far away, it is in fact easily accessible; the capital city, Whitehorse is just over 2 hours away from the gateway cities of Vancouver, Edmonton and Calgary.
Whitehorse, Dawson City, Beaver Creek, Haines, Skagway, Johnson’s Crossing
Belugas, Birds and Blooms
Throughout July and August, Churchill springs to life. With the break up of the ice on Hudson Bay over 3,000 beluga whales summer in the Churchill River estuary to feed and mate. Summer is the perfect time to visit the area and this itinerary offers beluga whale watching in addition to magnificent summer wildlife such as caribou, arctic fox and ptarmigan…
From November to April, snow turns Yukon into a winter playground; dog mushing, snow-mobiling, cross country skiing and simply relaxing and waiting for the Northern Lights show to begin. This short itinerary could be combined with some downhill skiing in BC or Alberta to give the perfect winter holiday.