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Whale watching in Churchill, MB

“The Beluga Whale Capital of the World”

10 Days August 5-14, 2022

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Fri Aug 5: We start our tour travelling into Saskatchewan through Wainwright to Prince Albert, the third largest city in Saskatchewan, named for Queen Victoria’s Consort
Accommodations: Holiday Inn Express 306-922-6988

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Sat Aug 6: The day begins with a tour of the Diefenbaker house museum. The house was built in 1912 and purchased by the Prime Minister of Canada, John Deifenbaker, in 1947. In 1975 the Deifenbaker’s donated the house to the City of Prince Albert to be converted into a museum. After lunch, we travel into Manitoba to The Pas-Known as Manitoba’s “Gateway to the North”
       Accommodations: Kikiwak Inn 201-623-1800
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Sun Aug 7: On our way to Thompson, with a detour we visit Flin Flon, a Manitoba- Saskatchewan border mining town. We enjoy a guided tour of Flin Flon before arriving in Thompson.
       Accommodations: Best Western Thompson 204-778-8887

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Mon Aug 8: A leisurely day with a local guide in Thompson, exploring the sights of the town and the surrounding area. Late afternoon we board the Via Rail to Churchill.  Our train ride departs @ 5 pm & we travel through the night arriving approximately 9am in Churchill.   
*note we have only been able to reserve 4 single and 4 double cabins at this time. Book early to secure a cabin.  Once the cabins are sold, you will be in economy class in reclining seats.

Tues Aug 9: Hello Churchill! The town sits on the west shore of Hudson Bay, known for it’s Beluga whales in summer and Polar Bears in winter. The train will be met by a local company who will be showing us Churchill over the next 3 days. This afternoon we depart for our Beluga whale and Fort Prince of Wales boat tour. Come eye to eye with the amiable Belugas. From June to September approximately 3000 of these unique white whales visit the Churchill river and approximately 60,000 come into the Hudson Bay area.

Accommodations: 2 nights in Churchill at Polar Inn 204-675-8878

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Wed Aug 10: A full day tour including sights of the murals, Cape Merry, the bear jail, grain terminal and MV Ithaca, a British-flagged steamship built in 1922 that ran aground on Sept 14, 1060

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Thurs Aug 11:. The morning starts with a guided Tundra tour. Depending on weather we may be lucky to see some Polar bears.
We will visit the Itsanitag (Eskimo) Museum today, then late afternoon we fly back to Thompson
       Accommodations:  Best Western 204-778-8887

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Fri Aug 12: We start our way south after a visit to the Heritage North museum in Thompson. The mission of this museum is to promote and preserve the heritage and history of the Thompson area. See native animals, a boreal forest diorama, First Nation, fur trade and mining artifacts. Overnight in The Pas
       Accommodations: Kikiwak Inn 204-623-1800

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Description automatically generated with medium confidenceSat Aug 13: Our travels today take us through Hudson Bay, Tisdale and Melfort to Saskatoon. Enjoy a group farewell dinner tonight. During this time, enjoy some fellowship with our new friends and reminisce about our experiences.

       Accommodations:  Country Inn and Suites 306-934-3900
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Sun Aug 14: Homeward Bound. We expect to arrive in
                           Red Deer approx. 5:30pm

**Non-refundable deposit of $250.00 per person required at the time of booking.
This deposit will be applied to the total amount due upon final payment

  Double Occupancy
$ 3450.00  per person (includes cabin on train)
  $3095.00  per person (train coach car (train coach car-slightly reclining seats)

 Single Occupancy
$4115.00 (includes cabin on train)
  $  3760.00 (train coach car (train coach car-slightly reclining seats)
Note: only 4 single and 4 double cabins available - Book Early!!

Includes: Luxury motor coach transportation Accommodations; Diefenbaker House Museum, guided tour of Flin Flon, guided tour of Thompson and area, VIA Thompson to Churchill, Itsanitag Eskimo museum, tundra tour in Churchill, beluga whale & Fort Prince of Whales’ tour, guided tour of Churchill, Flight Churchill to Thompson, Heritage North Museum,
daily breakfasts, 2 lunches, Farewell dinner

Departs from the Red Deer at 8am. Location to be determined

For reservations or more information, please contact

FRONTIER BUS LINES LTD. 1027 Township Road 391 Red Deer County, AB T4E 0P8
403-347-4990                 Toll Free 1-888-Let-S-Bus (538-7287)

Frontier Bus Lines Ltd. Reserves the right to cancel any trip with less than 20 persons. We reserve the right to make any changes in plans which may be necessary due to local conditions, or which may add to the comfort and well-being of the group