Experience wild polar bears in Arctic Canada!
Oct. 14-19, 2014
The Florida Museum of Natural History is delighted to offer a new and exciting travel experience with the renowned ecotourism travel company Natural Habitat Adventures, the World Wildlife Fund's Travel Partner. Natural Habitat Adventures leads ecotourism trips worldwide, but is famous for its Polar Bear Expedition!
Join Florida Museum Curator of Mammals David Reed and expedition leaders for this once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to see one of Earth's most endangered and spectacular animals in its natural environment.
See the King of the Arctic in its wild home on Natural Habitat Adventure's world-class Polar Bear Tours! Their small-group adventures to Churchill, Canada—the Polar Bear Capital of the World—get you closer to more polar bears, in exceptional comfort and safety, than any other option out there. Each fall, the world’s greatest concentration of polar bears convenes at the edge of Hudson Bay, waiting for the ice to form and their northern hunting season to begin. View them from custom-built Polar Rovers, guided by expert leaders. Read about what it’s like to spend a season with the bears on the Churchill Polar Bear blog.
Space is becoming limited, so book today to guarantee your spot on this adventure.
Full Trip Details: http://www.nathab.com/polar-bear-tours/classic-polar-bear-expedition/
Total cost from Winnipeg: $5,595 per person, based on double occupancy.
Primary Contact: Court Whelan, Natural Habitat Adventures, firstname.lastname@example.org 800-543-8917