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Frontiers North Adventures

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Frontiers North Adventures is a family business that has been operating in Canada's North for three decades, delivering unique itineraries and amazing experiences to travelers from around the world. Our programs are designed for small groups of guests with specific interests in experiential travel, photography, wildlife, culture and adventure.
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MHRWHITE wrote a review Oct 2020
Lethbridge, Canada300 contributions33 helpful votes
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This day long tour was everything we hoped for. Our driver Bob was confident, relaxed and informative and we managed to see 9 bears including muma bear and her cub. Bob also found us the very elusive wolverine!! Lunch is included and was plentiful and delicious. We felt very safe at all times and very highly recommend Frontiers North!
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Date of experience: October 2020
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Responded 26 Nov 2020
Hi MHRWHITE, Wow! You were in the group who got to see the wolverine, that's so cool! That's such a unique experience and we're happy you got to meet Buggy Bob, who we are sure had a story or two to share along the way! Thanks for joining us this year and for taking the time to share your experience! Kind Regards, Frontiers North
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Maryellen G wrote a review Oct 2020
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My mom and I went on the Adventurer Town and Tundra tour and loved our week in Churchill. We took the train from Canora SK which was a great option for us coming from Saskatoon. We really appreciated that FN offers a variety of options for tour packages so we were able to pick something that worked for our timeline and budget which was perhaps quite different than other tourists. While some elements were limited, overall we felt very safe and had great interactions with the staff. The smaller group sizes was a real bonus for us. We learned so much on our tours and really felt like we connected with the community and locals. We loved that this company employs locals and has a real heart in the community.
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Date of experience: October 2020
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Responded 26 Nov 2020
Hi maryelleng513, Thanks for sharing your experience with us! We were so happy to be able to offer some new options this year. This year had smaller group sizes which was a pretty special experience in of itself. It sounds like you had an incredible trip with your mom and made some memories to hold on to! Thank you for the feedback, it's appreciated! Kind Regards, Frontiers North Adventures
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bobk924 wrote a review Mar 2020
Melbourne, Australia101 contributions45 helpful votes
What a great tour. We saw what we had come to see, the polar bears, many polar bears, but we also encountered, Arctic Hare, Snowy Owl, Ptarmigan, and Red Fox. Mike, our guide, was a wealth of knowledge, and when combined with Kevin, our Tundra Buggy driver, there wasn't anything that couldn't be answered. The two guides were a great combination and certainly kept us entertained, and we would like to thank them for really adding to the trip. Comfort on the buggy was just right, although once the bears were seen we didn't care. Food, drink and hospitality on the buggies was fabulous. Other parts of the tour were wonderful, and I would like to highlight the Insanitaq Museum, the very interesting and funny talk by Stanley and his wife Joan on life in Churchill, and the Parks Canada office. Of course the dog sled ride with Dave Daley shouldn't be missed either. We also enjoyed walking around the town, and the meals were well received. Having our own plane to fly to and from Winnipeg was rather grand also. All up we loved it.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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gee-men wrote a review Nov 2019
Boston, Massachusetts58 contributions12 helpful votes
Staying out on the tundra in the Tundra Buggy Lodge puts you right in the prime polar bear viewing zone. Wake up to polar bears sleeping next to the lodge. Being in the zone gets you out first thing in the morning to view the bears and you stay out the entire day until sunset. Good food, great staff ... what more can you ask for.
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Date of experience: November 2019
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Responded 5 Dec 2019
Thanks for sharing your experience with us! We appreciate the feedback and are happy you enjoyed your time at the Tundra Buggy Lodge. Kindest Regards, Frontiers North
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Lynn F wrote a review Nov 2019
Urbandale, Iowa2 contributions2 helpful votes
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We were on a Frontiers North Churchill Town & Enthusiast tour the first week of November. It exceeded all expectations for this bucket list trip. All logistics were well organized and implemented without a hitch. Our interpretive guide (David Garrow) was well informed and presented background information and educational items in an understandable manner. Our tundra buggy driver (Kevin Burke) was likewise informative. Both David and Kevin effortlessly accommodated tour mates with mobility issues. The Tundra Inn accommodations were basic but clean. Food was good in both restaurants where our group met. The side trips yo the Eskimo Museum, Polar Bears International, and dog sledding were enjoyable and educational. We didn't realize when we signed up that the Enthusiast level tour is a smaller group--only 20 in our group. We highly recommend the smaller size both for ability to move around in the tundra buggy and for a spirit of collegiality among the tour participants. We saw about 20 polar bears during our 2 days in the tundra buggy, several very close to us. We highly recommend Frontiers North and this tour!
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Date of experience: November 2019
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Responded 25 Nov 2019
Hi Lynn, Thanks for sharing your experience with us! Joining us on the Churchill Town and Tundra Enthusiast tour is an excellent way to give you the best of both worlds. A taste for the eclectic northern town and the people who live there and some great time on the tundra. We will pass along your compliments to David and Kevin and are so happy we could be a part of one of your bucket list experiences. Warmest Regards, Frontiers North
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