Iceberg Inn

Address: 184 Kelsey Blvd, Churchill, Manitoba, R0B 0E0, Canada | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 184 Kelsey Blvd, Churchill, is near Eskimo Museum, Churchill Northern Studies Centre, Blue Sky Expeditions, and Here Be Bears.
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Travel Blogs from Churchill

Rainy day, but our "lazy bear" was waiting for us

A travel blog entry by rulian.fiske on Sep 21, 2015

8 photos

... all got off the vehicle to walk around the ship wreck (except Bob who chose to stay on the rhino), in the rain. I left my camera and the 100-400 on my seat, wrapped in the rain poncho.

After the ship wreck tour, we turned back towards the lodge. By this time, the rain had become quite steady. But when we drove by our lazy bear, somehow it got startled and started hopping towards the shrubs. But it did not run far, and stopped behind the shrubs. We stopped to take ...

Saw 5 more polar bears!

A travel blog entry by rulian.fiske on Sep 20, 2015

35 photos

... He was first a war photographer because his dad was in Vietnam and he was inspired by the movie "killing fields". He showed some of his photographs - really quite amazing. Very different from art photography. It's more about the story it tells, the composition, etc.

No northern lights tonight. There were no stars in the sky. Someone told me that tomorrow might be a rainy day. Sigh .....

To bed I go now, dreaming for more polar bears in the next day and half!

A LONG day! But we are here!

A travel blog entry by rulian.fiske on Sep 18, 2015

27 photos

... built for going through mud, ditches, swamps, you name it. The ride reminded me of the African safari, or the ride to Volunteer Point in the Falklands. This place was like a big swamp land, very wet, especially this year because there has been quite a lot of rain. By the time we left the lodge for our excursion, the rain had stopped, and the sun came out now and then. But it was quite cold. Bob and I wore our boots, rain pants, down sweater and goretex ...

A 19 Hour Tour Into The World Of Polar Bears.

A travel blog entry by donnaleibham on Nov 02, 2014

2 comments, 35 photos

... dump. Churchill also sits at the juncture of three ecoregions: the boreal forest, Arctic tundra, and The Hudson Bay. Each having its own set of unique characteristics. We tried to capture some of these qualities in our pictures.
We were fortunate to have Brian Keating assigned to our tundra buggy. For the entire six hours he provided us with stories about his travel exploits while educating us about the bears. When he was not ...

Just when you think it can't get better!

A travel blog entry by cjbishop on Oct 22, 2014

4 comments, 12 photos

... rare encounter. (Note to the Jensen family..your mother had her arm and her camera next to the bear's head). He then moved to the front of the vehicle where he spent some time sniffing around the radiator housing for the engine. After spending about 10 minutes observing us observing him, he wandered over to another tundra buggy where he did similar things, as we clicked away with our cameras. Finally he got tired of entertaining ...

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