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10 Must-Have Experiences in Manitoba

OCT / 17 / 2017

“Kayak, paddleboard, or boat among Churchill’s wild beluga whales. Each summer, an estimated 3,000 to 5,000 of the white whales enter the mouth of the Churchill River from Western Hudson Bay. Responsibly voyage into the whales’ world with local eco-tour operators, such as Sea North Tours and Lazy Bear Expeditions, which offer ethical, guided experiences designed to promote awareness and protection of the wild belugas. Many tours include a trip to the historic 250-year-old Prince of Wales Fort at the mouth of the Churchill River.”

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Churchill, Manitoba is a land of beluga whales, polar bears, and beauty

BY CANADA KEEP EXPLORING
SEPTEMBER / 8 / 2017

You’ve probably never heard of Churchill, Manitoba.

With a population of just 899, this little Manitoba town is best known for the number of polar bears that congregate there during the fall — an event that’s earned the town the nickname “The Polar Bear Capital of the World.”

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