Top Reasons to Visit The Arctic in November
By October and November temperatures in The Arctic have plummeted, bringing an end to the summer tourist season. In coastal areas the sea ice is re-forming, encasing the region once again in its icy grip.
This phenomenon leads to the largest accumulation of polar bears around Churchill each year, the Polar bear capital of the world, and near guaranteed sightings as they wait for the ice of Hudson Bay to re-freeze.
Arctic Travel - November
Arctic Travel November 2018
Knowing that the Churchill area is always the first place in which ice reforms on Hudson Bay, the bears aggregate here every year making sightings all but guaranteed.
Arctic Travel November 2019
While winter’s heavy cloak settles on the rest of the Arctic, the first two weeks of November in Churchill provide the best polar bear sighting opportunities on the planet.