With another day out on the tundra, you will have the chance to spot not only polar bears, but other animals that call this wilderness home, including Arctic Foxes, hares and Snowy Owls. There will be many photo opportunities as we visit nature’s hot spots, with the tundra buggies having large windows that open up for intimate encounters. The on-board guides are extremely knowledgeable about the terrain most popular with polar bears and use their years of experience to ensure as many sightings as possible. Lunch and warming drinks are provided throughout.
This evening you will make your way to Churchill's railway station to board an overnight sleeper service for the three-day trip back to Winnipeg. Tonight, will be spent travelling on the Canadian National Railway line south to The Pas before the train transfers to the Hudson Bay Railway; a vital line first built in 1910 which links the snowy wildernesses of Saskatchewan and northern Manitoba. The comfort and warmth of the train provides the perfect environment in which to experience the Arctic conditions.