Polar Bear Adventure Sweepstakes–Deadline June 30!

Emily Deemer June 5, 2013 7

Polar Bears

Want to win an adventure trip for two to the polar bear capital of the world in Churchill, Canada?  Enter to win World Wildlife Fund’s Polar Bear Adventure Sweepstakes!   The deadline is Monday, June 30th.

Churchill is absolutely the best place to see polar bears in the wild.  To celebrate 40 years of WWF’s dedication to conservation work and protecting the future of polar bears, they are giving away a Classic Polar Bear Adventure for two donated by Natural Habitat Adventures.

Polar Bears

This polar bear tour has been Nat Hab’s most popular trip for over 20 years.  On this trip you will:

  • Visit with the largest concentration of wild polar bears in the world, where you can see mothers raising cubs, young males play-fighting, or a colossal, solitary male strolling over the tundra.
  • Explore the subarctic tundra in our custom Polar Rovers, the most innovative (and most comfortable!) vehicles that allow you to come face to face with polar bears.
  • Learn about polar bears from Nat Hab’s expert expedition leaders, the best naturalist guides on earth.

Enter the contest here and then check out some of the initiatives WWF is taking to save this precious species.

We can’t wait to see which polar bear fan wins!  Best of luck!

Tundra Buggy

Polar bears and Polar Rover, Churchill, Manitoba, Canada

 

7 Comments »

  1. Amber Wallace June 29, 2013 at 12:37 pm - Reply

    This is a bucket-list item and a life-long dream! How amazing would it be to have the opportunity to see these amazing creatures in their own habitat?! It is a timely matter, as we need to press on to help save them while we still have the chance.

  2. Patricia Gracey June 7, 2013 at 4:58 am - Reply

    3 years ago my husband and I took our 9 year old grandaughter, who is an Asberger kid, on the adventure of a lifetime– Churchill Manitoba– with Natural Habitat Adventures. As a child with autistic challenges, we did not know if this was a good or bad idea. She had limited diet preferences and tended to wander around during some of the planned excursions.

    This adventure turned out to be the best character, body and spirit building trips of our 3 lives. Alaina bonded with the guide who was most generous with patience and time. The cooks at restaurants in Churchill were so sweet and accomodating to her preferences. She even insisted on swimming with the whales.

    Alaina has a brother, Jim, who is now 9 years old. He needs to travel to Churchill with me to experience the tundra, polar bears, whales, and wonderful people of Churchill and of Natural Habitat. No child should miss out on this life strengthening experience. (And I long to return to Churchill!)

  3. Robin Ouellette June 5, 2013 at 9:01 pm - Reply

    It would truly be a live long dream too meet Polar Bear and visit Alaska it is on my bucket list. stop oil drilling and save the wildlife of Alaska.

  4. Dale Sheafer June 5, 2013 at 6:33 pm - Reply

    This time two years ago I rode my motorcycle from Key West FL to Dead Horse, AK. Trip of a life time. In love with AK. Now if I could only get my wife to go! Want to live in Wiseman…

  5. Claire Jones June 5, 2013 at 6:25 pm - Reply

    What a once on a lifetime adventure! Love love love polar bears and in need of a vacation to just “CHILL OUT!!”

  6. June Perry June 5, 2013 at 4:23 pm - Reply

    Alaska on my mind….Lived in Yakutat…..didn’t get to Northern, AK….would LOVE to see the Polar Bears….I went to a presentation about this at the Arnold, CA library…it was so INTERESTING!

  7. Robin Vermande June 5, 2013 at 10:58 am - Reply

    LOve, Love, love polar bears!

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