We partner with a select group of organizations that we feel improve the experience and level-of-service we are able to provide our guests. We value our relationships with the members of this group and our hope is that you will travel with us and learn first-hand why.
|Polar Bears International||Canada Goose||WildlifeHD|
Since 2000 Frontiers North's Tundra Buggy® Adventure has been a Platinum Level sponsor of Polar Bears International.
To help PBI better accomplish their goal of polar bear "Conservation through Research and Education" we contribute in-field physical infrastructure (such as mobile classroom - Tundra Buggy - and nights on our remote Tundra Buggy Lodge), logistical support and many, many hours of manpower to their groundbreaking PBI Leadership Camp and Tundra Connections, which provides students the opportunity to communicate and learn in real-time about current issues affecting polar bears, their subarctic environment and how the community of Churchill factors into the situation. We also support PBI’s other Churchill-based initiatives which include free in-Buggy Lectures and newsletter distribution for all of which we provide logistical support.
As well, in the form of a cash donation to PBI, all of our Frontiers North – Tundra Buggy Adventure guests are provided one-year memberships to Polar Bears International. Membership benefits for our guests include receipt of PBI’s quarterly newsletter.
Canada Goose outerwear can be seen on almost every high-Arctic and Antarctic expedition. If you’re looking for a parka that will keep you warm better than any other available, “ask anyone who knows” and they’ll likely tell you about Canada Goose.
Frontiers North’s Tundra Buggy® Adventure is the only company in the world able to take guests into Wapusk National Park to Cape Churchill. A truly Authentic Arctic Experience, at Cape Churchill our guests battle the elements on an adventure that includes wind, snow, ice and polar bears. More than any other program we operate, Cape Churchill is where we most appreciate trusted arctic outerwear. For each guest participating in the Cape Churchill program we provide a Canada Goose Snow Mantra™ parka.
WildlifeHD specializes in capturing spectacular images of wild animals in remote locations. Since 2004 Frontiers North has been working close with four-time Emmy® award-winning videographer Daniel Zatz in concert with PBI on our project to provide to the world free, near live polar bear video. From Buggy One in November 2008, Daniel created daily video vignettes and published them at PolarBearsHD.com. This project received heavy promotion and traffic loads from Apple.com.
Lowepro is the top brand recognized around the world for quality camera protective cases. As part of our partnership, and for our staff to stay better organized in the field, Lowepro has helped us provide our Interpretive Guides with their Compudaypack. While leading a group from Winnipeg to Churchill or guiding a day on the Tundra Buggy, keeping a group organized is key to providing a seamless service and the Compudaypack helps our guides do just that.
When hosting guests on the tundra, a key service we provide is interpretation of the wildlife that surrounds us. Our field staff are constantly scanning the horizon to locate and identify animals, from polar bears to lemmings. We feel our guides are the best in the industry. That being said, the tundra is a pretty big place.
Bushnell is the industry leader in high-performance optics. We outfit each of our Interpretive Guides with a pair of Legend™ binoculars. These award winning binoculars are a perfect fit for guiding on the tundra. Without fogging-up, the Legends' are able to transfer from inside a warm Tundra Buggy to the frigid outdoors and back again. Perfect for the conditions we experience on the tundra.
Travel Manitoba is a Crown corporation that has been established under provincial legislation to lead and stimulate sustainable tourism growth for Manitoba's tourism industry. In partnership with the tourism industry, Travel Manitoba is responsible for tourism marketing, visitor information services, product development, research and public information.
Churchill, Manitoba, Canada's association of businesses for the promotion of commercial interests in the community. We've been proud memebers since 1980.
The leading national private-sector advocate that encourages the development of tourism in Canada. Founded in 1931 to encourage the development of tourism in Canada, TIAC serves today as the leading national private-sector advocate for this $55 billion industry, representing the interests of the tourism business community nation-wide. It successfully influences government thinking and action on behalf of Canadian tourism businesses, promoting positive measures that help the industry grow and prosper. We've been attending TIAC's 'Rendez-vous Canada' since 1986. Rendez-vous Canada is Canada's premier annual international tourism industry marketplace, bringing together selected international buyers and media to meet invited suppliers of Canadian tourism products, services and information.
The premier association for travel professionals who have a keen interest in the packaged travel sector of the industry, the NTA is an organization of nearly 4,000 tourism professionals involved in the growth and development of the packaged travel industry. NTA comprises members from 28 countries and is committed to providing business opportunities and knowledge to its members, while offering a collaborative, caring environment in which to build relationships.
A professional association made up of about 250 tourism-related companies from across Canada as well as the National Tour Association (NTA), the American Bus Association (ABA) and the Student Youth Travel Association (SYTA), Team Canada is geared to generate awareness opportunities for its members.
Nunavut Tourism is a not-for-profit membership association which encourages tourism development for Nunavut-based destinations by providing specialized knowledge and expertise in five key areas: marketing, research, product development, training, and visitor services.
BBB Manitoba's mission is to promote and foster the highest ethical relationship between businesses and the public in Manitoba through voluntary self-regulation, consumer and business education, and service excellence. We think they do a great job.
The Canadian Tourism Commission (CTC) is a national marketing organization. Their vision is compelling the world to explore Canada. With their partners in the tourism industry and all levels of government, they advertise and market Canada in 9 countries around the world, conduct industry research and studies, and promote product and industry development.