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Wapusk National Park

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we heard about this jewel on our July Nature Habitat Beluga Whale expedition to Churchill. The... read more

Reviewed 25 July 2017
alexandra l
Kiamesha Lake, New York
A real forest

A contrast to the tundra...home to the bears nesting...beauty to behold. Whether viewed from... read more

Reviewed 27 November 2016
Constance A
Lake City, Minnesota
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Churchill, Manitoba R0B 0E0, Canada
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Reviewed 25 July 2017

we heard about this jewel on our July Nature Habitat Beluga Whale expedition to Churchill. The Visitor Center's (former Railroad Station) season video about Wapusk is so beautiful. Wapusk is accessible by plane or dog sled south of Churchill. There is a waiting list for...More

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Reviewed 27 November 2016

A contrast to the tundra...home to the bears nesting...beauty to behold. Whether viewed from within or afar it provides a diverse understanding of the area and wildlife within

Thank Constance A
Reviewed 16 November 2016

We spent two days and one evening touring the area in a polar rover and then took a helicopter ride farther east. What an incredible experience. As for the helicopter ride, we saw at least 20 polar bears, half were just walking, some curled up...More

Thank JanetScottB
Reviewed 4 November 2016

A great place to look for polar bears and other wildlife such as ptarmigan, moose, silver fox, red fox and arctic fox. Ravens, snowy owls, snow buntings, eider ducks and gyr falcons.

Thank Pat F
Reviewed 4 November 2016

We flew over part of the park in a helicopter while looking for polar bears . It was during the time of year when winter was setting in. Lakes were frozen but the sea was still ice free. It was my first time seeing the...More

Thank James C
Reviewed 23 April 2016

If you are ready for spend a significant amount of money sitting in very cold temperatures to watch and make pictures/videos of amazing wildlige sighting, book at the Wachee Lodge. They will take you for day tours in the Park, looking for female polar bears...More

3  Thank Marion490
Reviewed 9 January 2016

This national park is full of nature and tundra. You do need to do a guided tour in a Polar Tundra buggy from one of the named companies to go there safely to admire the wildlife and nature. You travel on old military roads and...More

6  Thank Passenger802811
Reviewed 20 November 2015

We went here with Natural Habitat to see polar bears. They take you out in polar rovers, sort of like buses on huge tires that can handle the rough roads and keep you above the polar bears who come to inspect the rovers. We also...More

4  Thank MLWTex
Reviewed 15 November 2015

Fantastic views from Polar Rover! We saw Moose, Polar Bears, Arctic Hare, red fox and birds!! Natural Habitat gave a great tour!!

3  Thank RockinRobin8
Reviewed 20 October 2015

From the videos at the railroad station museum, and from afar, this looks like a wonderful place. However, there is no real access for casual visitors yet, so don't put it on your bucket list until it is.

2  Thank Royan17200
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Response from alexandra l | Reviewed this property |
WOW!!!!!!!! according to the Churchill Visitor's Center's Park Rangers VERY LIKELY!!!!!!!!!! that area has the highest concentration of polar bear dens in the world! photographers, environmentalists, and researchers... More