Our most northern property, Seal River Heritage Lodge, is located 60 km north of Churchill and sits right on the Bay next to an inlet where we can launch Zodiac boats for beluga whale tours. This lodge is open from July to November and is most known for its sightings of polar bears, beluga whales and smaller creatures such as Arctic and coloured fox, sik-siks and pine marten. It’s also an excellent location for birdwatching during the summer and early fall.
Dymond Lake Ecolodge sits nestled near the treeline of the Boreal forest and has a true wilderness feeling. Just 30 km north of Churchill and slightly inland from Hudson Bay, its location close to the coast and the forest lends itself to a variety of wildlife. Polar bears, moose, fox, pine marten, snowy owls, and even the elusive wolverine are known visitors to this unique destination. This lodge is open only from mid-October through mid-November.
Nanuk Polar Bear Lodge is our most remote lodge, 250 km southeast of Churchill. The coastline at Nanuk features long beach ridges and vast open spaces, differing from the rocky coastline near Seal River. Nanuk opens in early August and shuts down in late November. Due to its location on the edge of the Boreal forest, Nanuk is not only home to polar bears, but also black bears, moose, wolves, and other forest dwellers, including myriad bird species.