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The Tundra Buggy Adventure - Day Tours

#1 of 4 Outdoor Activities in Churchill Features Animals
124 Kelsey Blvd, Churchill, Manitoba R0B 0E0, Canada
+1 800-663-9832
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do not in summer

big and very slow car, very rare wildlife was seen in july, in wintertime it may be a great... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
Chemnitz, Germany
via mobile
Polar bears in the wild

What a great trip , we were in a tundra buggy for about 8 hours on 2 different days.We saw many... read more

Reviewed 2 March 2017
Bel Air, Maryland
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An official Tundra Buggy® Adventure is the best and safest way to view the majestic polar bear in its natural environment and is an ideal tour option if you are planning your own travel and accommodations in Churchill. Tundra Buggy Day Tours include expert interpretation in the Churchill Wildlife Management Area about the wildlife and the magnificent ecosystems surrounding the subarctic environment of Churchill. You will have the opportunity to explore the open tundra while your driver discusses the effects of tides, currents and ice formation on the polar bear. Wildlife you spot may include polar bears, arctic hare, arctic and red fox, gyrfalcon, ptarmigan and much more. Please note that Tundra Buggy Day Tours take place on a 40-passenger Tundra Buggy® and during peak seasons have a tendency to sell to capacity. We highly recommend booking your Tundra Buggy Day Tour(s) as early as possible.
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124 Kelsey Blvd, Churchill, Manitoba R0B 0E0, Canada
+1 800-663-9832
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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

big and very slow car, very rare wildlife was seen in july, in wintertime it may be a great experince, in summer use a part of the cost to rent a 4x4 and drive by yourselfe

Thank MoThoFam
Reviewed 2 March 2017

What a great trip , we were in a tundra buggy for about 8 hours on 2 different days.We saw many polar bears. But our best sitings was of a mother and her cubs.

1  Thank cedterps
Reviewed 1 December 2016

I have to say that if this is your only experience of viewing bears you will probably think it is brilliant but we had just finished a walking trip at Dymond Lodge with Churchill Wild. There was no comparison, you did not get as close...More

4  Thank Mikayla127
Reviewed 19 November 2016 via mobile

We had one of the most incredible experiences on the tundra with Marc as our guide! He was knowledge, friendly, and knew the best places to observe the bears! We saw over 20 bears-it was well worth the cost!

4  Thank knelson126
Reviewed 16 November 2016

We saw nine bears on our day. Three of the bears were cubs of the year with their mothers. We also saw two sub adult males standing and sparing with each other. On this day we were in the front of the buggy and it...More

Thank Sandtravlr
Reviewed 15 November 2016

One day that will make you see the planet differently! We took our nine year old grandson, who learned a lot about nature first hand and not through an electronic device. Our buggy driver, Neil was so generous with his knowledge of the Bears and...More

Thank Lori Y
Reviewed 11 November 2016

I only had 1 day in the buggy but it was the experience of a lifetime. Our guide, Kevin, was fantastic. He was knowledgeable, personable and professional the whole time. We saw more than 10 polar bears on our trek and he made sure we...More

Thank TroyAnne M
Reviewed 6 November 2016

This is the best way to see polar bears up close. We went with Frontier's North adventures, small group of 21 with 40 seats tundra buggy, almost everybody had a window seat. Big buggy very comfortable. We saw a mom with 2 cubs, one cute...More

Thank bobolee55
Reviewed 3 November 2016 via mobile

One of only 2 companies that enter the wildlife conservation area to view polar bears. (The second company is Great White Bear). Tundra buggies are decked-out enlarged school buses on monster wheel tires. Outfitted with a gas heater, pump toilet, and back viewing deck. Holds...More

Thank krawner
Reviewed 21 October 2016 via mobile

I had two days on the buggy as part of a package deal. Saw 4-5 bears on the first day and two close up. Second day the weather was quite poor and didn't see as much until late in the day where we had a...More

Thank Lauren S
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Kate R
29 December 2016|
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Response from Tundra12 | Property representative |
Hi Kate, We do not release our Tundra Buggy day tour dates until later in the year which can make scheduling around hotel availability, and train schedule a bit more difficult. Tour #63 on our website called Churchill Town... More
3 November 2016|
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Response from Tundra12 | Property representative |
Hi Anastacia, Each of our Tundra Buggies are outfitted with a flushing toilet, similar to one you'd find in a RV or camping trailer. Thanks Taylor
Alicia K
2 September 2016|
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Response from JonnyDub | Reviewed this property |
There are only two companies that do the actual tours: Tundra Buggy and Great White Bear. They have the vehicles/permits. Tundra has 12 and GWB 6, I believe. So I'd book directly with one of them. We went with Tundra Buggy... More