Bears of Churchill

To visit Churchill is to see not only the magnificent King of the Arctic, Manitoba’s polar bears, but also to experience the history and culture of the region. Led by very knowledgeable guides, this program includes activities other than bear watching, such as a town and area tour, entrance to the Eskimo Museum and Parks Canada facility and a private slide presentation. Dog sledding or a cultural-arts program is included.

Various departures From October 16 to November 19, 2014
Photographers will delight in the two days spent viewing the polar bears up close from the amazing Tundra Buggy platform. A variety of departures are available, please call us for specific availability.

Call Sheryl at 905-271-4000 or 1-800-363-7566 Ext 224 or email Visit for full prices and itinerary details. ADVENTURE CANADA 14 Front St. S. • Mississauga, ON • L5H 2C4

Trip Details
Price: $5,349 USD + HST per person based on double occupancy

What’s Included:
• 2 hotel nights in Winnipeg • 3 hotel nights in Churchill • Return air from Winnipeg to Churchill • All meals in Churchill • Ground transportation • Professional Interpretive Guide • 2 full days aboard a Tundra Buggy • Churchill and area tour • Entrance to the Eskimo Museum and the Parks Canada Interpretive Center • Evening slide show presentation • Dog sledding excursion

What’s Not Included:
• Insurance • Alcoholic beverages • Flights to/from Winnipeg • Items of a personal nature • Any expenses incurred due to itinerary changes beyond our control

• Excellent photographic opportunities • Dog-sledding experience • View Polar Bears up close form the comfort of the Tundra Buggy

Your Itinerary
DAY 1 Winnipeg, MB

Arrive at leisure to Winnipeg. Overnight at the Four Points Sheraton at the Winnipeg airport. Downtown Winnipeg is only about 15 minutes away by taxi for those interested. 21:00 - Orientation at the hotel
DAY 2 Winnipeg to Churchill

and artifacts dating from pre- Dorset, Dorset, Thule, and modern Inuit times. Overnight: Churchill Hotel.
DAY 3 Tundra Buggy

All day spent in a Tundra Buggy with knowledgeable guide, viewing polar bears and other Arctic wildlife. The best way to experience an intimate encounter with a wild polar bear is on an authentic Tundra Buggy. All of our Tundra Buggies are furnished with dual-pane frost-free windows and contain propane heating systems that closely resemble a cozy fireplace, with real flame (behind glass). Each day, we depart early and board our world famous Tundra Buggies looking for polar bears and other wildlife out on the tundra. You will enjoy picnic style lunches and refreshments while you are bear watching. Evening Slide Show conducted by seasoned residents. Relax and soak-up years of northern experience communicated in enchanting stories and magnificent photography. Overnight: Churchill Hotel.

Coffee and snacks at hotel and repeat of orientation for those arriving late the night before 07:00 - Charter flight departure for Churchill (2 - 2.5hrs) breakfast on plane. 09:30 - Arrive in Churchill - join our town tour A guided bus tour of local and historical points of interest surrounding Churchill, including such attractions as Cape Merry, Port of Churchill and Manitoba Conservation’s Polar Bear Holding Facility (weather permitting). Mid-day: Lunch Afternoon: Eskimo Museum followed by free time to check in and enjoy your hotel This museum contains one of Canada’s finest collections of Inuit carvings, kayaks

DAY 4 Dog Sledding and Parks Canada

DAY 5 Tundra Buggy and Winnipeg

Morning: Dog Sledding Hosted by a local resident and dog sledding expert, you will learn about the history associated with dog sledding in Northern Canada. Enjoy an exhilarating ride behind a strong team of huskies on a custom-made sled (or cart, weather permitting). Join the mushers for hot chocolate and freshly made bannock after your ride and share their personal stories of their dog sledding adventures. Afternoon: Visit to Parks Canada Interpretive Center. Walk back in time viewing detailed and exciting wildlife dioramas, fur trade exhibits. View a series of videos on the history, culture and wildlife of the area. You leave chock-full of natural and historical information from the Churchill region. Evening: Overnight at Churchill Hotel

Morning: Early Breakfast and Full day Tundra Buggy Tour with lunch on the Buggy 19:00 - Evening flight back to Winnipeg - arriving 21:00-21:30 - Dinner on Plane Overnight at Four Points Sheraton
DAY 6 Winnipeg

Depart Winnipeg at leisure.

PLEASE NOTE: This is our intended itinerary. Wildlife sightings and some activities depend on favourable conditions. As with all of our adventures, weather, sea and road conditions are a determining factor and will dictate our itinerary.

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CANCELLATION & REFUND POLICY All requests for cancellations must be received in writing. Upon Adventure Canada receiving a written notice of cancellation at least 120 days prior to the scheduled date of departure, the passenger shall receive a full refund of its tour fees, less an administrative penalty of $500 per person. If a written notice of cancellation is received by Adventure Canada between 91 and 120 days prior to the scheduled date of departure, the passenger shall receive a refund of 35% of its tour fees. Please note that within the 90-day limit, all fees, deposits and tariffs received by Adventure Canada are forfeited. For these and other reasons mentioned below, passengers are strongly advised to obtain trip cancellation insurance at the time of deposit. No refunds shall be made to passengers who do not participate in any part of, or otherwise do not complete, the tour for any reason whatsoever.

part of the itinerary or change any reservation, staff member, feature and/or means of conveyance without notice and for any reason whatsoever including but not limited to weather and sea conditions, availability of anchorages, force majeure, political conditions and other factors beyond our control and without allowance or refund and with any and all extra costs resulting there from paid by the passengers. Adventure Canada, expressly reserves the right to cancel, without prior notice to the passengers, any tour prior to departure, in which case tour fees will be refunded without further obligation on the part of Adventure Canada, including, but not limited to the payment of interest accrued thereon. Decisions to alter then itinerary/program as aforesaid shall be made in the best interest of all passengers aboard the vessel. Adventure Canada, expressly reserves the right in its sole discretion to cancel the reservation of, or remove from the tour, any passenger at any time. ADDITIONAL DOCUMENTATION Adventure Canada is a sub-charterer of the Sea Adventurer. Adventure Canada’s registration serves as the Passage Contract Ticket, which is the standard passenger contract and liability waiver of the vessel mentioned herein. Passengers are encouraged to read this document upon receipt. In accepting this Passage Contract Ticket, passengers agree to be bound by its terms and conditions

DELAYS In the event of a delay, passengers will be responsible for all costs and expenses associated therewith, including, without limitation, any additional food, lodging or transportation costs resulting from such delay. We recommend you obtain full travel insurance coverage and purchase refundable air tickets.

BAGGAGE Baggage is solely at the passenger’s risk and expense. Baggage is limited to a maximum weight of 20 KG for all excursions involving an Adventure Canada charter flight. Also, commercial airline luggage allowance is typically two pieces per passenger and one piece of carry-on luggage, subject to weight restrictions, but please check with your airline for current standards. Excess baggage is not permitted on charter flights. Any excess baggage charges for commercial flights are the responsibility of the passenger.

INSURANCE Due to the nature of the tour in which the passenger will be participating, passengers should have in place prior to departure, comprehensive insurance coverage including without limitation medical, emergency evacuation, trip cancellation and interruption, accident and baggage insurance. Emergency medical and evacuation coverage is mandatory for trip participation and policy documentation will be required. Any losses sustained by the undersigned passenger as a result of its failing to obtain proper insurance coverage shall be the sole responsibility of the passenger. For full coverage, including cancellation coverage prior to departure, passengers are strongly recommended to obtain insurance at the time of deposit.

RELEASE The undersigned hereby agrees with these terms and conditions and further agrees that Adventure Canada shall have no liability or responsibility whatsoever for damages to or loss of property, or injury which may be sustained by reason of, or while engaged on, any Adventure Canada tour, whether due to Adventure Canada (AC), Eagle Eye (EET), ownership, maintenance, use, operation or control of any manner of conveyance used in carrying out the tour; (ii) the use of transportation or other services of owners, operators, or public carriers for whom AC/EET acts only as agent; (iii) passenger’s lack of proper travel documentation (such as visas, passports, etc.); (iv) any act, omission or event occurring during the time that passengers are not aboard AC/EET carriers or conveyances; or (v) any act of war, insurrection, revolt or other civil uprising or military action occurring in the countries of origin, destination or passage, or changes caused by sickness, weather, strike, quarantine or other causes beyond the control of AC/EET. The undersigned hereby waives any claim it may have against Adventure Canada for any such damage, loss or injury. The passenger understands and acknowledges the ticket in use by the carriers concerned (when issued) shall constitute the sole contract between the transportation companies and the purchaser of these tours and/or passage. Adventure Canada of Mississauga, Ontario, Canada (Ontario Registration No. 0400 1400) acts only as agent for all services described herein. AC/EET and its sponsoring organizations do not assume any responsibility or liability whatsoever for any claims, damages, expenses or other financial loss related to the operation of this tour. All legal questions and actions against Adventure Canada must be brought in Mississauga, Ontario, Canada, and by its acceptance hereof the passenger waives any right to bring an action in any other forum.

IMAGES AND PRIVACY On these trips we take many photos, some of which we use for promotional purposes. If you would not like photos which include you to be used, please let us know in advance. We may also celebrate your birthday or special event, let us know if you would like to abstain.

ITINERARY The itineraries/programs described are subject to change at the discretion of the ship’s master. These are expeditions to remote parts of the world. Adventure Canada, reserves the exclusive right, in its sole discretion, to alter or omit any

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