Sure, Churchill is best known as the 'Polar Bear Capital of the World,' but there's much more to it than that. If you come in March, you'll bear witness to a spectacular show in the skies, as the aurora borealis -- northern lights -- dance overhead. But be warned. March in Churchill can mean bitter cold temperatures and roof-high snow.
Visiting in summer is spectacular. You'll have the opportunity to get close enough to the beluga whales to pet them, and you'll also have the opportunity to visit the Prince of Wales Fort and several other historic sites.
But most visitors come to Churchill during October and November, when polar bears in the region can outnumber the human inhabit...Read More