Arctic Canada wildlife vacation, birds, bears & belugas
Seven nights in wild Arctic Canada, flying across never-ending tundra to a remote, world-famous lodge to spot polar bears, beluga whales and more.
Winnipeg fly to Churchill aerial views of Hudson Bay daily tours, both on land and sea, to spot wildlife free day in Churchill
Description of Arctic Canada wildlife vacation, birds, bears & belugas
2022: 6 Jul, 11 Jul, 16 Jul, 21 Jul, 26 Jul, 31 Jul, 5 Aug, 10 Aug
As the pioneers of responsible tourism, we've screened this (and every) vacation so that you can travel knowing it will help support the places and people that you visit, and the planet. Read how below.
PlanetEnvironmentally friendly accommodation is used wherever possible, although due to remote locations, it is not always possible and we always try to use eco-friendly agents. As well as minimising our impact in Churchill, we also do as much as we can to reduce our impact in the UK. Everything that can be recycled is, including glass, paper, plastic, cans and refuse, even our old print cartridges are send off for recycling. A direct contribution is made from each safari sold to the conservation and preservation of the bears in the destination of choice. This contribution is made for the conservation of the bears, local communities and projects, and local conservation agencies.
Clients are always made aware of the danger that polar bears impose and how to interact with them and the local people without having a negative impact. We always warn people of the safe distances to put between yourselves and the bears, not to eat or wear perfume around them or to do anything else that may encourage a bear to associate humans with food. We also make sure people know how to act if it looks like a bear is coming towards you, and what not to do in that situation.
Responsible tourism is the way for travel in the 21st century; as we destroy more and more of our natural environment, we solely begin to realise how much we need it. Due to human-caused climate change it is predicted that the Arctic sea ice which polar bears need to hunt will be gone within the next 50 years and polar bears could be extinct within 100 years. Unfortunately, it is not hard to find similar such examples in relation to both the other bears of the world and wildlife in general. When visiting destinations, we bear this in mind and remember how privileged we are to be able to see the wildlife and nature that you are visiting, and, in a few years, if no action is taken, the fact that it will no longer be there...