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Outfitters & Tours

Manitoba's North is made for adventure. Whether you're looking for an invigorating canoe trip on crystal blue waters, a opportunity to view and photography wildlife, or an exciting fly-in fishing or hunting vacation, our area's many outfitters and tour operators can provide you with the experience you are seeking.

(Note: Tourism North Manitoba Inc. does not recommend or endorse any of the following tour operators. This listing is provided for information only. You are encouraged to confirm the information provided here with the individual tourism operators.)


All Terrain Bear Hunts (Thompson)

We specialize in Black Bear, Moose and Timber Wolf hunting. Add to that fantastic fishing and you are in for the all terrain adventure of a lifetime!  We are based out of the City of Thompson located in Northern Manitoba. 
Black Bear hunts in the Northern Manitoba forest is the perfect place for that trophy bear you have always been after.  Northern Manitoba is also probably the best kept secret for enormous Bull Moose that carry 50 - 65" trophy racks.
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Hours:
Spring and Fall Bear Hunts, Fall Moose Hunting.  Call for exact season dates.

Phone:
204-677-1109

Phone:
204-679-0735

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Aurora Canada Tours (Churchill)

Offering beluga whale watching, birdwatching and wildflower tours of one day to two weeks in duration. Northern lights tours are also offered in February and March.

Phone:
204-942-6617

Fax:
204-943-1971

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Bakers Narrows Lodge (Flin Flon)

15 log cabins, all have two bedrooms, 3 pce bath with shower, kitchenette, living room with satellite TV.

Banquet facilities for up to 80, meeting facilities for up to 150.

Guide services for scenic historial and fishing tours, snowmobiling, ice fishing, dog sledding and bombadier excursions. Boat & motor rental, pontoon boat, canoes, kayaks, walking trails, float plan excursions to wilderness lakes.

Website: www.bakersnarrowslodge.com
Email: info@bakersnarrowslodge.com
Phone Toll Free: 1-866-603-6390

Location:
Located on Hwy 10, 19 kms south of Flin Flon, 1 km from Flin Flon airport.

Phone:
204-681-3250

Toll Free:
1-866-603-6390

Fax:
204-687-8691

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Burntwood Lake Lodge (Snow Lake)

Fly in fishing and outcamps with main lodge located on Burntwood Lake. 

Location:
Main lodge on Burntwood Lake.

Phone:
204-358-2259

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204-358-7114

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Caribou Lodge Outfitters (Cranberry Portage)

Phone:
204-472-3351

Phone:
1-877-472-4868

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Churchill Nature Tours (Churchill)

Churchill Nature Tours serves diverse groups, from expert birdwatching to general interest tours, from senior citizens to school groups. The company's staff leaders offer an array of expertise from ornithology and wildlife research (including Polar Bears) to horticulture, history, and nature photography.

Tour packages include lodging, meals (restaurants and picnics), all transport transfers, baggage handling, entry fees, and tips to hotel and restaurant service staff. Most tours include a tour handbook, and all are led by experienced naturalist guides.

Tours range in duration from 4 to 14 days. Custom tours can also be designed for individuals and groups. Private guiding services, step-on guiding services and complete outfitting services are also available. Environmental education is also offered for schools and special interest groups.

Visit Churchill Nature Tour's website for complete information on their Polar Bear Tours, Manitoba Bird Watching Tours and Summer Safaris.

Phone:
204-636-2968

Fax:
204-636-2557

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Churchill Northern Studies Centre (Churchill)

The Churchill Northern Studies Centre is an independent, non-profit research and education facility, which serves as a base for researchers and offers a wide variety of quality educational programs to the general public.  The sub-arctic 'learning vacations' range seasonally from beluga whales, to polar bears, wildflowers, birding, northern lights, summer and winter ecology.  Tours of the Centre are available. 

Admission:
Admission charged.

Phone:
204-675-2307

Fax:
204-675-2139

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Churchill River Lodge & Campground (Leaf Rapids)

Campground, cabins, boats and motors, gas, angling licenses, docking and extras.  Situated on the Churchill River. Fishing for walleye and northern pike.  Corporate and Government rates available.

Location:
Located on PR391, 11 km (7 miles) from Leaf Rapids.

Hours:
Open year round.

Phone:
204-473-2362

Fax:
204-473-8680

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Churchill Wild (Churchill)

The true Arctic Safari, Churchill Wild provides a variety of wildlife adventures, including walking with polar bears at the Seal river Heritage Lodge or Nanuk Polar Bear Lodge.  Choose from Fire & Ice; The Great Ice Bear; Birds, Bears & Belugas; Caribou to Wolves and Mothers & Cubs.

Phone:
204-377-5090

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1-866-846-9453

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Dymond Lake Lodge (Churchill)

Remote, fly-in lodge.  Meals & guides included.

Location:
Located just north of Churchill on the Hudson Bay Coast.

Toll Free:
1-888-932-2377

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Frontiers North Adventures (Churchill)

Frontiers North Adventures offers a wide range of northern tours: Hudson Strait Expedition Cruises; Belugas, Birds and Blooms; Black and White Bear Adventure; Northern Lights, Northern Nights; and various polar bear tours.

Phone:
204-949-2050

Toll Free:
1-800-663-9832

Fax:
204-667-1051

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Heritage North Museum (Thompson)

Manitoba Star Attraction

See animals native to the area, a boreal forest diorama, First Nation and fur trade artifacts (including an authentic caribou hide tipi), fossils and mining artifacts at this Manitoba Star Attraction museum consisting of two log structures and an open-air blacksmith shop, archives and Travel MB visitor information centre and gift shop.

Location:
162 Princeton Drive

Hours:
Monday to Friday: 1 to 5 pm Closed weekends throughout July and August

Phone:
204-677-2216

Fax:
204-677-8953

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Hobbs Resort (Grand Rapids)

Hobbs Resort offers vacationners the opportunity to enjoy beautiful sunsets and superb fishing at one of Canada's oldest operating hunting and fishing resorts.  You're sure to make many lasting memories on your visit with Hobbs Resort.
We open when fishing season opens!  Typically mid to late May until the first of October. Cabin rentals, boats, gas, fishing.

Location:
12 miles north of Grand Rapids on Highway 6, down North Cross Bay Road

Admission:
3 cabin rental units, each are 2 bedroom and sleep 6-8 people with fully equipped kitchenette.  Campsites are $25 per night, this includes firewood and showers.

Phone:
204-639-2266

Fax:
204-639-2645

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Hudson Bay Helicopters (Churchill)

Sightseeing tours by helicopter of the Churchill area and Wapusk National Park by the longest-operating helicopter company in the Canadian sub-Arctic.

Phone:
204-675-2576

Phone:
867-873-5146

Fax:
204-675-2331

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Lazy Bear Café & Lodge (Churchill)

Cozy & handcrafted log hotel and cafe. Spacious double-bed rooms with private bath and shower, cable TV and 24-hour phone service. Free shuttle to airport and train station.  Room rate includes a hearty breakfast.

Cafe has beautiful two-way tyndall stone fireplace, menu includes Northern Cuisine choices and a screened outdoor attached eating area.

Lazy Bear Lodge also offers the following tours:
Polar Bear Adventure Packages
Beluga Whale Adventure Packages
Polar Bear & Beluga Whale Adventure Packages combined

Location:
313 Kelsey Blvd.

Phone:
204-663-9377

Toll Free:
1-800-687-2327

Fax:
204-675-2408

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Natural Habitat Adventures (Churchill)

Natural Habitat Adventures has been a leader in wildlife and natured-based ecotours since 1985, specializing in all-inclusive six to nine day Churchill Polar Bear tours in November/December, Churchill Northern Lights tours January through March and Churchill summer nature tours featuring Beluga Whales in July/August.  Visit us on facebook

Toll Free:
1-800-543-8917

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Nature 1st (Churchill)

Be a part of the ecosystem and explore the Churchill area in half-day or full-day tours. Tours available from beginning of June to end of November.

Phone:
204-675-2147

Fax:
204-675-2103

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Nelson River Adventures (Gillam)

Nelson River Adventures offers guided tours of the York Factory National Historic Site of Canada.
Visitors to York Factory can experience the diverse history of the Hudson's Bay Company and the fur trade of the 1600-1800s.

In July of 2013 a social media travel blogger "BCRobyn" took a trip with Nelson River Adventures, click HERE for her blog and to see some amazing pictures of the area.

Phone:
204-573-7942

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North Star Tours (Churchill)

Historical bus / hiking tours in Churchill, MB.

Phone:
204-675-2356

Fax:
204-675-2852

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Outland Outfitting (Grand Rapids)

Specializing in Black Bear hunting and some of the best pikerel, pike and rainbow trout fishing in Manitoba, Canada. 
With a combined area of more than 2000 square miles, the quality of bear is seemingly endless.  Record size bear and outstanding color phase is common with the Outland Outfitting experience.
NEW FOR FALL 2013 .... Now featuring two bear hunt locations in Grand Rapids (home base) and Eriksdale (new location).

Phone:
780-870-1269

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Paint Lake Resort (Thompson)

Paint Lake Resort is a full service outiftter offering American plan moose and bear hunting as well as guided fishing.  We have four outpost camps as well as a main lodge with six guest cabins and one group use bunk house.  We offer canoe, boat and dock rental as well as propane, fuel, convenience store, restaurant and lounge open year round.  Located at Paint Lake Provincial Park which offers fishing, snowmobiling, cross country skiing, skating, swimming, camping and hiking.
The newest addition to our services is our ice fishing excursions.  We will shuttle you to and from our daily rental huts and can provide everything needed for a day of ice fishing. 

Phone:
204-677-9303

Toll Free:
1-888-246-9749

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Rail Travel Tours (Churchill) (Churchill)

Rail tour packages travelling Northern Manitoba's rail passenger routes roundtrip from Winnipeg to Churchill year round with an emphasis on Beluga Whale packages in the summer and Polar Bear migration tour in the fall. 

Phone:
1-204-897-9551

Toll Free:
1-866-704-3528

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Red River Outfitters

Canoe trips on the Hayes River system.

Phone:
204-878-3570

Toll Free:
1-886-425-9430

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River Country Outfitters (The Pas)

Phone:
204-623-2212

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Sea North Tours Ltd. (Churchill)

Sea North Tours provides tours to view beluga whales, Prince of Wales Fort, polar bears, seals and birds. Sea tours are aboard the Sea North II, a 32-passenger tour boat. Zodiac inflatable boat charters are also available.

Phone:
204-675-2195

Toll Free:
1-888-348-7591

Fax:
204-675-2198

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Tawow Lodge Ltd. (Snow Lake)

Fishing and hunting lodge with three cabins.  Outcamp at Woosey Lake. Accessible by road on Highway #392 just five minutes from #39.

Location:
South end of Wekusko Lake.

Phone:
204-358-2485

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The Great Canadian Travel Company (Churchill)

The Great Canadian Travel Company offers personalized or group tours to Canada's north.  Luxury or on a budget, we can help you design your perfect holiday. 

Toll Free:
1-800-661-3830

Fax:
204-949-0188

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Thompson Lodge & Ecotourism Centre (Thompson)

Spacious riverfront suites conveniently located a short distance from downtown Thompson on the shores of the scenic Burntwood River.  Guided tours, air conditioned tour bus, and ecotourism centre co-located with the lodge help to connect visitors with things to do and see in and around Thompson.  

Location:
Cross the Miles Hart Bridge in Thompson, MB heading North on Mystery Lake Road, Turn right (approx 500m) on Wapusk Drive, keep straight (approx. 500m).

Phone:
204-677-5909

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Tradition Outfitters (Cross Lake)

Spring and Fall Bear Hunts: we specialize exclusively in black bear hunting with over 1000 square miles of prime habitat in northern Manitoba, Canada.  Tradition Outfitters offer a unique memorable hunting experience with access to bear hunting areas that have never been hunted before to ensure a great opportunity for a torphy bear.

We are based out of the Town of Cross Lake, located 520 km by air, north of Winnipeg, MB, daily service is offered.   It can also be reached by road. All black bear hunts are solely by boat along the beautiful, majestic northern waterways surrounded by the boreal forest.  
Tradition Outfitters is native to the area with a lifetime experience in hunting and fishing.  Our guides are extremely knowledgeable of the landscape and will guarantee all your needs are met.  Come and get your trophy of a lifetime, be it a trophy black bear or master angler fish, we offer it all! 

Phone:
204-778-5233

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Wekusko Falls Lodge (Snow Lake)

On the Grass River system midway bewtween Tramping and Wekusko Lakes, ten minutes south of Snow Lake.  Has (6) 2-bedroom cabins, each for 8 people and with full bathrooms, stoves and refrigerator.  Also 2-1 bedroom cabins for 4 people complete with the same amenities and LHK services.  Fully winterized with running water. Pre-booked meal plans, boat and canoe rentals.  Guide service available. 

Phone:
204-358-2341

Toll Free:
1-877-358-2341

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