Manitoba is a Canadian prairie province which has over 110,000 lakes and a largely continental climate because of its flat topography. The eastern, southeastern, and northern reaches of the province range through boreal coniferous forests, muskeg, Canadian Shield and a small section of tundra bordering Hudson Bay. Manitoba is home to diverse species of animals. The province is especially noted for its polar bear population; Churchill is commonly referred to as the "Polar Bear Capital". Other large animals, such as moose, deer, and wolves, are common throughout the province, especially in the provincial and national parks.
As you paddle your kayak amid playful pods of Beluga whales and watch polar bears stalk their prey on the rugged coastline of Hudson Bay, you’ll be forced to pinch yourself to believe it's not all a wonderful dream.
The fragility and raw magic of nature will wash over you in a wave of awe as you watch polar bears mother their new cubs from your vantage point deep in Canada’s frozen arctic wilderness.
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