Vast tracts of land, immune from the hand of man, fill almost half the province. The rivers run swift as they make their course through the Hudson Bay Lowlands. Polar Bear Provincial Park, on the semi-tundra shore of Hudson Bay, is almost as large as the Netherlands, and is home to more than 1000 polar bears. James Bay, the world's largest estuary, is the nesting area for thousands of birds. This great basin that drains into Hudson and James Bay is partitioned with rivers whose names are synonymous with adventure and canoeing: Winisk, Missinaibi, Albany, Kattawagami and Kesagami.
We offer 5 packages in the Hudson Bay (Far North) region.