Seeing polar bears in the wild is a natural encounter charged with drama and meaning. Polar bears are generally considered the largest bears on Earth (closely followed by brown bears). And the best place to meet these massive, Arctic bears is on the Canadian tundra, near the little town of Churchill in Manitoba.
Every fall for several weeks, Churchill hosts the world’s greatest concentration of wild polar bears. They come to await the freezing of the Hudson Bay, when they can go out to hunt seals and other marine animals.
For centuries, adventurers have spoken of encountering Nanook (the Inuit “master of bears”) on his own turf as one of the most moving wildlife experiences they’ve ever had. Today, you can achieve that same lump-in-your-throat feeling by allowing Adventure Collection to facilitate that meeting for you.