Winter Manitoba Bucket List Adventure

Sample Tour Only

Winter Manitoba Bucket List Adventure

6 days, 5 nights (sample tour only)

Curated for those wanting to check off some exciting Bucket List Items in Canada in our Not-So-Usual Walking, Wining & Dining ways, in comfort and that will surprise and delight. The exploding culinary scene with Craft Breweries, Wine Kiosk for tasting, Local Eats and Outdoor Adventure for everyone. Get off the beaten paths on the beautiful snow-covered trails with fat bikes, snowshoes, ice skate on the frozen Assiniboine and Red Rivers, ride a Snow Mobile, Ice Fish in comfort, Dog Sledding the choices are yours to experience the way you want.

Piece De Resistance

  • 3 day/2 night side trip to Churchill
  • Dinner at Dan’s Diner
  • Dog Sledding Experience
  • Chance to see the Northern Lights
  • Choose your own Winnipeg adventures

Optional Gear Rentals

*Advance booking recommended.

  • Canada Goose parka – $35/day
  • Canada Goose pants – $30/day
  • Baffin boots – $25/day
  • Rent all three – $90/day

*plus applicable taxes
*Prices are in Canadian dollars

Optional Manitoba Full day Excursions for February 27

  • Ice Fishing in Comfort + $500 per person – max 4
  • Snowmobile Excursion to max 3 single ridership + $1200 per person – 1 person on a snowmobile
  • Snowmobile Excursion to max 6 double ridership + $900 per person – 2 people on a snowmobile

Inclusions & Highlights

  • Return transfers Airport to Hotel
  • Two nights accommodation Inn At The Forks
  • Unique Dining Experience at Feast
  • Choose your own Winnipeg Adventure
  • Return airfare between Winnipeg and Churchill
  • Two nights accommodation at a Churchill hotel
  • Churchill and area tour
  • Two nights of unique northern lights viewing excursions
  • Dog sledding excursion and interpretive program
  • Itsanitaq Museum
  • Parks Canada Visitor Centre ‘Taste of the Fur Trade’ program
  • Interpretive snowshoe trek
  • Arts program with a local artist
  • All meals as indicated
  • All transfers as indicated
  • Churchill Sidetrip Led by a Local Adventure Interpretive Guide
  • One night at the Hotel Fairmont Winnipeg
  • Walking, Wining & Dining Fellowship Leader

Optional Gear Rentals

*Advance booking recommended.

  • Canada Goose parka – $35/day
  • Canada Goose pants – $30/day
  • Baffin boots – $25/day
  • Rent all three – $90/day

*plus applicable taxes
*Prices are in Canadian dollars


  • International and domestic Airfare return to Winnipeg (can be arranged by
    7Seas2See Travel)
  • Travel Insurance (can be arranged by 7Seas2See Travel)
  • Visa/passport handling fees
  • Meals not listed in the itinerary
  • Alcoholic Beverages
  • Optional Activities/Tours
  • Expenses of a Personal Nature

Tour Leader

Diane Cook

Diane is a World Traveler, Owner & Professional Travel Advisor of 7 Seas 2 See Travel. She created the Walking, Wining & Dining Series so as to combine these 3 favourite things in natural settings to refresh and heal us as we stretch ourselves to experience our incredible world.


Day 1

Arrival day into Winnipeg and the Inn At The Forks. We’ll meet in the lobby at 2 PM for a locally guided tour that will take us to our special dining experience at the acclaimed restaurant FEAST with Canadian Chef Christa Guenther who celebrates her First Nations culture telling the stories through her Indigenous cuisine.

Accommodations: Inn at the Forks
Meals: D

Day 2

Today is your day to play and check off those experiences you want from your Bucketlist! You can ease into the day, enjoy the Sunday brunch at SMITH Restaurant, or go all out to pack it all in. Advise on booking your selection of excursions so they can be arranged for you.

Optional Excursions (lunch included):

  • Ice Fishing in Comfort + $500 per person – max 4
  • Snowmobile Excursion
    • max 3 single ridership + $1200 per person – 1 person on a snowmobile
    • max 6 double ridership + $900 per person – 2 people on a snowmobile
  • Helitour

As you like options on your own (lunch not included):

  • Rent skates and Ice Skate on the Assiniboine and Red Rivers
  • Take in the museums, shopping, cafes
  • Walk or rent Fat Bikes to take on the Trails
  • Craft beer & Wine Tasting

Dinner at SMITH Restaurant

Accommodation: Inn At The Forks
Meals: BD

Day 3

This morning after meeting with their Frontiers North Interpretive Guide, the group will depart on the flight from Winnipeg to Churchill. Upon arrival in Churchill, set out for a Churchill and area tour visiting local and historical points of interest including Manitoba Conservation’s Polar Bear Holding Facility.

This afternoon following lunch at a local restaurant, the group will step back in time at the Parks Canada Visitor Centre, located in Churchill’s historic train station, to experience a “Taste of the Fur Trade”. Guests will learn how integral food items of the 18th century such as hard tack, bannock, dry-ground cranberries and smoke cured arctic char made their way onto the tables of the Hudson’s Bay Company employees stationed at Prince of Wales Fort during the fur trade era.

Following dinner at a local restaurant, our very first night of aurora viewing awaits! The group will board an official Tundra Buggy® and depart Churchill by making their way across the frozen Churchill River. Surrounded by the beautiful northern tundra landscape, the remainder of the evening will be spent watching and photographing Mother Nature’s light show from the warmth and comfort of the Thanadelthur Lounge. For an even more immersive experience, grab a seat outdoors in the snow or head up to the rooftop observation deck for unobstructed views.

Accommodations: Churchill

Day 4

Today the group will be picked up in the late morning for lunch followed by an afternoon of leisurely snowshoeing. Upon arrival at our destination, enjoy a meal on board the Tundra Buggy surrounded by the striking winter landscape.

Next, embark on an interpretive snowshoeing adventure at a relaxed pace through Churchill’s boreal forest and along the shore of the frozen Hudson Bay. Followed by a visit of the Itsanitaq Museum, home to one of Canada’s finest collections of Inuit carvings, kayaks and artifacts dating from pre-Dorset, Dorset, Thule and modern Inuit times.

We will get to engage in a unique hands on workshop with a local artist, coming away with a special keepsake to remember our Churchill adventure by. A very special dinner awaits us this evening. To get there, we’ll once again board an official Tundra Buggy® and begin the journey across the frozen Churchill River away from the lights of town. Arrive at Dan’s Diner to experience a one-of-a-kind, pop-up restaurant nestled on the snow-steeped bank of the Churchill River in the Canadian subarctic. Designed to provide a warm and welcoming atmosphere with a panoramic view of the dark night skies, guests will watch the northern lights dance while they enjoy a masterfully curated menu with courses inspired by regional delicacies from the land and sea. Heated for guests’ comfort with skylights for northern lights viewing, it’s the ultimate fine dining experience. After a dream-like evening, the group will slowly meander back to town aboard the Tundra Buggy.

Accommodation: Churchill
Meals: BLD

Day 5

The group will meet for breakfast before returning to Churchill’s boreal forest this afternoon, this time to enjoy an interpretive program paired with a thrilling dog sled excursion. Hosted by a local Churchill resident and dog sledding expert, guests will learn about the traditional and modern Métis lifestyle as well as the history associated with dog sledding. Guests will finish off the program by enjoying a mile-long ride on a custom-built sled behind a strong team of sled dogs. Guests will return to town for a quick lunch together before being transferred to the Churchill airport for the flight back to Winnipeg.

Transfer to the Hotel Fairmont Winnipeg.

We’ll finish with one final culinary experience with Chef Mandel Hitzer at his acclaimed restaurant deer + almond

Accommodation: Hotel Fairmont Winnipeg
Meals: BLD

Day 6

It’s time to say goodbye this morning. Transfer hotel to airport for your flight home.

Meals: B

** Prices are subject to change and availability. Space is limited and activities and specific hotels are subject to change. Travel insurance is strongly recommended.


Activity Level

  • Moderate Activity
  • The included activity in this tour is fairly moderate. You should be able to walk for extended periods of time on uneven and possibly slippery terrain.

Group Size

  • Minimum 10
  • Maximum 16


  • Inn At The Forks
  • Churchilll Accommodation will be advised – all rooms will have private bathrooms
  • Hotel Fairmont Winnipeg