Vera Gould's B&B

Address: Churchill, Manitoba, R0B 0E0, Canada | B&B
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This B&B, located in Churchill, is near Eskimo Museum, Churchill Northern Studies Centre, Blue Sky Expeditions, and Here Be Bears.
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Travel Blogs from Churchill

A 19 Hour Tour Into The World Of Polar Bears.

A travel blog entry by donnaleibham on Nov 02, 2014

2 comments, 35 photos

... where we were treated to a review of the days sightings by the experts, who did a summary of each group from all the tundra buggies. We would swap stories with our fellow travellers while enjoying a nice hot meal with complimentary wine and as a nice finish we had complimentary Bailey's to sip on. Before we new it we where on the ground heading for home. If only the day was longer. A one day adventure to be sure but a life time of memories guaranteed. ...

Just when you think it can't get better!

A travel blog entry by cjbishop on Oct 22, 2014

4 comments, 12 photos

... wandered off into the distance. Wow, we were excited and thrilled. This is what we all had hoped for- an opportunity to be up and persoanl with a polar bear in the wild. It was a moment to be remembered!

Our journey continued on and we stopped for another excellent on-board lunch near a different bear who was also lounging in a kelp bed. The bears often like lying in kelp beds, because it is soft, offers some warmth and ...

There are polar bears in Churchill!

A travel blog entry by cjbishop on Oct 20, 2014

3 comments, 12 photos

... tire easily.

Polar bears are almost exclusively a meat eater.Its diet consist mostly of sea mammals such as seals and walruses. They will also consume shoreline carrion like beached whales and fish. Throughout the summer when they are forced to be on land they must eat what they can find, like reindeer, carrion eggs and even berries. They lose a lot of weight during that time, relying of consuming stored body fat for survival. Needless to say they are eager for ...

Dog Sledding and then out onto the Tundra

A travel blog entry by stuartjamieson on Nov 05, 2013

4 photos

... what they love best - run. The guy who runs the dog sledding, Dave, is such a character, born and bred in Churchill. He loves the dogs so much and they love him back and you can really appreciate the bond when he walks into the dog yard. The 1 mile dog sledding was a great experience and gave you a small taste of the arctic lifestyle. After the dog sledding ...

Last day at Churchill - back to Winnipeg tonight

A travel blog entry by walkersusa2013 on Oct 25, 2013

62 photos

... was yet another bear in the distance. Not far from him another one looked in our direction and started running full pelt towards us! Wow they can move fast. Polar bears can run as fast as 40kph. We were hoping that he would come and have a bit of a spar with the bear near us but just before he got to us he turned off and stalked away at a fast pace. We were dreadfully disappointed. Bears take such huge steps as they walk and their average walking speed is ...

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