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Frontiers North Adventures' Tundra Buggy Lodge

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Winnipeg, Canada
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

This trip was on my bucket list of places to go. I have loved the polar bear all my life and my wish came true to see them up close and almost personal! The tour company is fantastic and very knowledgable. We had gone on a lunch tour which was actually quite good. The tundra buggies themselves are amazing to...

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Sydney, Australia
Reviewed 17 November 2016

I stayed on the lodge for my polar bear experience provided by Frontiers North I was on the Tundra Buggy Lodge Enthusiast 7days/6 nights (2 nights Winnipeg,1 night Churchill,3 nights Tundra Buggy) My home for the next 3 nights was a buggy located on the shores of the Hudson Sea but was equipped with home comforts Hot shower although regulated...

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Tundra12, Public Relations Manager at Frontiers North Adventures' Tundra Buggy Lodge, responded to this review

Hi KeenTraveller12372, We are so glad you enjoyed your stay at the Tundra Buggy Lodge and thank you for your review. We agree our chefs are doing an incredible job and we will pass your kudos along to them. Thanks, Taylor

San Diego, California
Reviewed 6 November 2016 via mobile

A well-rounded company that lived up to all its promises. The tundra buggy drivers an our guide were relentless in seeking our bear and they succeeded beyond our expectations as we had multiple sightings on both of our outings. The frosting on the cake was a superior dog sled presentation and ride.

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Tundra12, Public Relations Manager at Frontiers North Adventures' Tundra Buggy Lodge, responded to this review

Hi oldcaptain64, We are happy to hear you had a great adventure. Thank you for your review. We love our Tundra Buggy drivers for the tenacity as well, and the dog sledding is one of our favourite activities. Thanks, Taylor

Glendale
Reviewed 31 October 2016 via mobile

We spent 2 consecutive days on the tundra buggy. We were lucky to get the same driver both days. We saw at least 4 Polar bears each day. Got great pictures both days... Although it is nicer with less people... Kevin was our driver and found the bears for us. Also saw other small animals.

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1Thank madelinesmother
Edmonton, Canada
Reviewed 31 October 2016

Once in a lifetime experience. The Lodge is minimal but environmentally sensitive and allows you to sleep out the tundra surrounded by Arctic animals. We had a polar bear hang around the whole time we were there. The food was delicious and the staff professional,friendly and helpful. It is only there the 5 weeks in October and November when the...

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Tundra12, Public Relations Manager at Frontiers North Adventures' Tundra Buggy Lodge, responded to this review

Hi floodnik, We agree, the Lodge is a completely unique experience. Thank you for your review and fingers crossed for colder weather so the polar bears can head out onto the ice to hunt. Taylor

Winnipeg
Reviewed 27 October 2016

I recently spent two nights/ three days with Frontiers North in their tundra buggy lodge from October 18 - 20. They're a very well organized company, considering that they've got tours going on non stop at this time of the year. I flew up with 6 others from the same tour and we met the other members of our tour...

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Minnesota
Reviewed 26 October 2016

Repeating what others have said, this was a wonderful trip and so much fun! Besides seeing polar bears, foxes, and ptarmigans, there was the experience of staying at the lodge with other like-minded travelers. The lodge is warm, clean, and comfortable. There are 3 bathrooms per lodge, but it somehow works out. You can get up early for a shower...

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2Thank Lora18
Melbourne, Victoria, Australia
Reviewed 24 October 2016 via mobile

Frontiersnorth tundra buggy tours is a trip of a lifetime bucket list experience. I went with my 78 yr old mum & 32 yr old daughter, a three generational girl thing. The buggies are big, plenty of room. If you can request a driver, Neil is an absolute legend. He shares so much knowledge, jokes and makes the whole experience...

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Melbourne, Australia
Reviewed 6 October 2016

You cannot describe now yiu feel standing in the tundra and seeing your first glimpse of a polar bear. Excitement,the awe,just the magic of it all. I just wanted to stand there and cry, they are magnificent animals. Frontiers North are just marvellous. Doug Ross our guide and Kevin our driver were absolutely fabulous. Also saw the Northern Lights ftom...

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1Thank Julie C
Morrison, Illinois
Reviewed 5 October 2016

The experience of seeing arctic wildlife in their own environment is breathtaking. The lodge was quite comfortable, offering good food and drink, even working with special diets. Here's our tips for the best experience: Request bunks at the far end of the lodge. You will have no one walking past you to use the facilities so sleep is quite restful....

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“It's expensive, don't expect much. Be prepared for the amazing environment. There are only single bunks with communal living.”
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floodnik, 31 Oct 2016 | Read review
“Bunks further from the door are warmer.”
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Ch00L, 26 Oct 2016 | Read review
“The wifi on the tundra buggy lodge isn't very good (beware). Bring some extra cash for tips at the end of the trip.”
D2598NQsusanr, 26 Dec 2015 | Read review
“You are in the sub-arctic, how cool is that!”
zephdell, 4 Dec 2015 | Read review
“Your choices are really top bunk or bottom bunk.”
micheleo520, 28 Oct 2015 | Read review
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