The authenticity of the lodge is striking as you land after your 15 minute, scenic flight north from Churchill Bordered by Dymond Lake and Hudson Bay, located on a strip of land, it is in the centre of the polar bear action that has brought travellers here for decades. Traverse nature trails and climb the watch tower for beautiful views, before relaxing with home cooked gourmet meals in front of the cosy fire. Dymond Lake Lodge is the ultimate authentic wilderness experience, providing fantastic, gracious northern hospitality and wonderful wildlife viewing opportunities.
Features and Facilites
An intimate and authentic eco-lodge.
Accessible via scenic flight only, the lodge is 30km north of Churchill, taking around 15 minutes.
Accommodation & Facilities
Rooms vary between double, triple and quad rooms, all with ensuite facilities. The décor means rooms are cosy with an authentic feel, providing the utmost in comfort during your stay. On site there is also a library and gift shop as well as two large lounges/sitting areas to relax at the end of the day in front of a cosy fire. Eco-friendly, the lodge uses natural gas and wood heat and provides wonderful meals and northern hospitality alongside the outstanding wildlife viewing opportunities. Rooms feature expansive picture windows, and there is a range of nature trails.
Home cooked gourmet meals are provided.
Venture through the range of nature trails and easy tundra walks to engage with the wildlife at eye level. Viewing from the lodge can be just as rewarding as bears have been known to come up to the windows for fantastic photo opportunities. You can also visit the watch tower for a completely different perspective on the stunning landscape. You may be able to see the northern lights during your stay.
Children are welcome.