• Are there age restrictions for this Expedition?

    Our Beluga Whale Dream Tour is 2 years & up, able to walk without assistance. Kayaking and Beluga AquaGliding™ are 10 years & up.
  • What is a single supplement fee?

    A single supplement fee covers the loss of income by the lodge when only one single person occupies a room. That person pays a premium as room availability is limited during our operating seasons.
  • What are the bugs like in Churchill during the summer months?

    Each summer is different for bugs. In years of little rain, as was the case in 2008, we hardly notice them. Early summer seems, in general, to have more bugs. Later in midsummer and late summer there generally are fewer bugs. Good bug spray that contains 'Deet' as a main ingredient works best. Some clients will bring a bug jacket or screen hat. But if you have loose fitting clothing, long socks and a long sleeved repertoire of clothing, along with your favorite bug lotion/spray, you will be well prepared.
  • Are there any additional tours or interesting activities in Churchill?

    Besides kayaking and Beluga AquaGliding™, summer months offer ample hiking opportunities on some tours as well as summer Dog Carting. In the summer and fall you will have the opportunities to do helicopter tours, visit the Parks Canada center at the Churchill train station where they provide films, slideshows and lectures to visitors and see the Itsanitaq Museum.
  • What type of planes will we be flying in from Winnipeg to Churchill and return?

    Your flight between Winnipeg and Churchill will be with Calm-air airlines. Further instructions will be provided upon booking and/or with your travel documents.
  • What are the typical temperatures in Churchill in June and early July?

    The temperatures in June and early July can range from 6 to 17 degrees Celsius (43 to 62 Fahrenheit).

  • What payment types are accepted?

    Winnipeg Office: For Reservations in Winnipeg we accept Visa and MasterCard. 
    All payments are charged in Canadian Funds. If applicable, funds will be converted to US Funds by your credit card company at the exchange rate they use at the time of processing.

    At The Lodge: Lazy Bear Expeditions, Lodge & Café accept Visa, MasterCard, Debit and cash.

    US credit card or debit: All payments are charged in Canadian Funds and converted to US Funds by your bank or credit card company at the exchange rate they use at the time of processing.

     US and Canadian currencies are accepted. It is best to bring Canadian Funds because US Funds are accepted at par with Canadian currency.
  • What should I pack for the trip?

    The weather in the summer can vary quite significantly. It can feel like summer and fall in the same day so both summer and fall clothing are recommended. We recommend packing the following:

    • T-shirts and shorts for the summer weather days

    • Loose fitting clothing, long socks, closed toe shoes and a long sleeved shirt and pants for cooler or bug days

    • A wind breaker/ sweatshirt/fall jacket for possible cool days, waterproof jacket and pants  

    • Hiking shoes or runners. Stay away from sandals in case of bug days

    • Thermal under clothing, a touque (a close fitting hat covering your ears), mittens or gloves for the boat tour

    • A good shade hat, sun glasses, binoculars, camera

    • Good bug spray that contains DEET as a main ingredient is also good to bring along. Some clients will bring a bug jacket or screen hat

    • Spare batteries for each camera type you bring

    • Charging cords for laptops, cell phones, tablets

    • We also recommend bringing along a small carry-on bag with your absolute necessities just in case your luggage makes it to Churchill after you do

  • What does Lazy Bear supply?

    Life jackets are provided for boat tours.