Hotels, Eco Escapes & Lifestyle Resorts | Unearthing the Exceptional
Churchill Wild is the only polar bear adventure company in the world that owns and operates remote, fly-in eco-lodges that offer exclusive access to polar bears and other wildlife through professionally guided ground level walking tours.
Whether it is from one of the guided hikes, the lodge’s viewing tower, or just outside the window as you dine; a trip to Seal River Heritage Lodge provides guests with epic encounters with polar bears and other wildlife.
The Lodge’s accessibility to the Seal River estuary (where thousands of beluga whales gather in summer) makes it the ideal location for our Birds, Bears and Belugas program (a Canadian Tourism Commission Signature experience). In fall, this is the location for our Arctic Safari and our Polar Bear Photo Safari.
Whether from one of the guided hikes, the lodge’s viewing tower, or right from the lodge windows; a trip Dymond Lake EcoLodge for our Great Ice Bear adventure gives guests unparalleled access to polar bears and other wildlife.
Nanuk Polar Bear Lodge is a new destination offered by Churchill Wild and we are particularly proud of this Lodge due to the phenomenal wildlife access it provides. We recently added a stunning new lounge and dining area offering panoramic views of Hudson Bay as a backdrop to an exceptional arctic cuisine dining experience.
While all of our lodges are luxurious by Arctic standards, our most southern property called North Knife Lake Lodge raises the bar and is home to wolves, moose, black bears, fox and a stunning variety of bird species. Hiking, paddling, wildlife viewing and northern lights are all part of the experience here. Oh, did we mention trophy fishing? Northern Pike, Lake Trout, Walleye, Whitefish and Arctic Grayling abound in this area.
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A 60 km and 30 minute flight from Churchill, Seal River Heritage Lodge was strategically built on the shores of the Hudson Bay, near the Seal River estuary.
Located a short 30 km and 15 minute flight north of Churchill on a strip of land bordered by Dymond Lake and the Hudson Bay.
250 km southeast of Churchill, Manitoba on the Hudson Bay coast near York Factory.
Located approximately 200 km southwest of Churchill, deep in the boreal forest.