Of course, dining in an underwater restaurant or at the top of a skyscraper it’s charming, but having your meal with a fantastic view of the northern lights it’s something breathtaking.
The Eastern Canadian province called Manitoba offers terrific destinations and activities for those who seek adventure. There you can admire the aurora borealis and explore the beautiful natural wonders.
The pop-up restaurant Dan’s Diner is best to bring your appetite because of its panoramic windows for viewing the northern lights. The restaurant is at 58 degrees north latitude close to Churchill (Manitoba). You have the chance to see a polar bear from your table while you are trying the regional delicacies.
The Tundra Buggy, a custom build vehicle used for polar bear viewing, picks the guest from Fifty Eight North on Kelsey Boulevard, and then it takes them on a journey across the road River. While traveling, the guides show local points of interest to the guests, such as Prince of Wales Fort.
When tourists reach Dan’s Diner, they can enjoy the snowy landscape before entering the restaurant. Here a team of chefs offers an elevated experience because they curated one of a kind dishes.
After finishing their meal, the guests get inside the Tundra Buggy to take them on a location free of artificial lights to get a full view of the northern lights.
The perfect time to visit this place is between January and March. Watch the video below and enjoy!