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Polar Bear Babies Photo Expedition

February 29th – March 7th, 2020 (on invitation only)

8 days / 7 nights to/from Winnipeg Airport

5 participants

Winnipeg Airport – Churchill – Wapusk Nationalpark – Churchill - Winnipeg Airport

with renowned nature photographer Daisy Gilardini

Exclusive 8-days Polar Bear Babies photo expedition


Join us on this exclusive photo expedition of a lifetime. Experience polar bear mothers with their cubs as they emerge from their dens. A truly unique and unforgettable experience! Only a few privileged photographers get the chance to experience this every year. Be one of them and witness the cubs taking their first steps in the snow as their mothers introduce them to the world.

Our remote lodge is located in close proximity to one of the largest denning sites in the Canadian Arctic.
What makes this Polar Bear photo expedition extraordinary
  • The chance of seeing polar bear cubs emerging from their dens for the first time. A rare opportunity given only to a few dozen photographers and guests every year.
  • Watching and photographing polar bears in close proximity (max 100 metres).
  • Unique, specially designed, fully heated all-terrain vehicles with snow tracks provide safe access to the polar bear denning areas inside Wapusk National Park.
  • A good chance of seeing the awe-inspiring Northern Lights at night.

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What our customers are saying

Eight star ultra luxurious chalet experience with natural spa and gourmet cuisine in Wapusk NP mixed with front row seats to admire polar bears and fluffy cubs playing in the snow!
Gwendolyn
Gwendolyn
Polar Bear Photo Expedition, February 2018
Once in a lifetime, up close insight into the family life of a polar bear. Thank you for making me discover a part of polar bear’s family life that is otherwise impossible to see.
Justine
Justine
Polar Bear Photo Expedition, February 2018

Photos from guests

Liliane - Photo expedition polar bear babies, February 2018