Good Sam Rallies & Shows

Polar Bear Migration Tour

Start: September 29, 2013
End: October 13, 2013
Type: RV Caravans
Location: Dunseth, ND
Website: http://fantasyrvtours.com/caravans/canada/polarbearexpress/15polarbearexpress.html
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Event Description

Imagine staring into the ebony eyes of a 1,300-pound wild polar bear, an experience few humans will ever have. In Churchill you can closely view and photograph these awe inspiring bears from the comfort and safety of Fantasy’s privately chartered Tundra Buggy. The highlight of your trip will undoubtedly be an amazing close-up encounter with the bears and their cubs. Fantasy’s once in a lifetime adventure will escort you by RV caravan from the International Peace Gardens, North Dakota, to Thompson Manitoba, then an overnight excursion riding the Polar Bear Express Train to Churchill. Returning from Churchill, the train takes you back to Thompson, where you’ll enjoy the remainder of your adventure in your home on wheels. On the tundra at Hudson Bay, you will witness the migration of these mighty creatures. Few people will ever have this awesome experience. You will come back with bragging rights equal to those of well-known travel writers and national TV videographers. This adventure is on everyone’s bucket list…get ready to check it off! Read articles, watch videos and share your comments on our Blog. Starts at International Peace Garden, Dunselth, ND, and Ends in Winnipeg, MB. Total Driving Miles - 1,148.

Disclaimer:

Affinity Group, Inc. (or the specific tour group like the Good Sam Club) is committed to providing reasonable accommodations for our disabled RV tour participants when it is in our control to do so. To assist us in providing this service, we request that you provide us with information concerning any accommodations you will need on the tour at the time of the booking. Please keep in mind that we make arrangements with a number of third party candidates when scheduling events and will need advance notice as soon as possible in order to accommodate special needs. Please remember that at many tour destinations, the accommodations are temporary in nature and may not have all the conveniences. Many events may include considerable walking and may not be comfortable for all participants. Facilities, such as seating for the disabled at special events, may not always be positioned with the rest of the group depending on access. We invite you to ask questions regarding tours in order to determine if the tours will meet your needs.