Churchill has a lot to offer visitors to this remote but accessible northern destination.
It’s known as the polar bear capital of the world and a beluga whale watching hot spot.
Arctic wildlife that has adapted to the climate is always present.
The area is steeped with rich history dating back to the 1600s.
The Prince of Wales stone fortress and the York Factory trading post are must visits for the history buff.
The northern lights (aurora borealis) are a wonder to see in January to March.
Churchill is listed as one of the top three places in the world to view them.
The port of Churchill was established in 1931 and is Canada’s only arctic port.
It was created primarily to ship western Canadian grain to the world and import industrial goods to the northern hemisphere.
Take a flight with us and see all of what Churchill has to offer from the comfort of one of our helicopters.
We’ll customize your flight to take in all the sights you’d like to see.
A Brief History Churchill has a long and interesting history.