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Northern Helicopter Tundra Adventure

Our exclusive helicopter flight over the tundra is the most exciting way to view the North’s fascinating wildlife. Track migrating caribou, arctic fox and the mighty polar bear from a unique aerial perspective as we fly over the northern environs. This vast expanse of open tundra and frozen lakes also contains ancient pre-Dorset tent rings and other intriguing archaeological sites. Join the very few privileged visitors to experience this remote and wild region via a perspective that standard modes of transportation can't come close to! 

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Location of Adventure
Churchill, Manitoba, Canada

The tour includes 60 minutes of flying time. Please understand that  landings are contingent on weather and safety conditions. Further information will be provided with your pre-departure briefing.

This extension will take place during your stay in Churchill.

2015 Fees
$560 per person

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