The Alaska Polar Bear Viewing and Photo Tour provides unmatched opportunities to see and photograph Alaska Polar Bears in the best Polar Bear viewing area in Alaska! This tour is scheduled to meet absolute prime conditions for Polar Bear Viewing in Alaska. You will fly directly from Fairbanks to Kaktovik for two full days of Polar Bear viewing by boat and half a day of Polar Bear viewing from land. Guided by Alaska Photographer Laurent Dick.
- 2015 TOUR DATES
- September 28 – October 4, 2015: $4,950
October 4 – October 10, 2015:FULL
- October 11 – October 17, 2015: $5,950
- COST: Per person, all expenses included, based on double occupancy for the 7 days/6 nights.
- DESTINATION: Kaktovik, on Barter Island, offshore from Alaska’s North Slope, and one of the most remote villages in Alaska.
- DEPARTURE POINT: Fairbanks, Alaska
- GROUP SIZE: Your small group size of 6 participants allows for an authentic, once-in-a-lifetime arctic adventure to see Polar Bears in this remote region of Alaska.
- Included: All accommodations and transportation during the 7 day tour, all meals from welcome dinner to departing breakfast
- Not Included: Airfare to and from Fairbanks, Medical & travel insurance
Day 1 – Fairbanks: Arrival, Transfer to hotel, Welcome dinner in downtown Fairbanks
Day 2 – Fairbanks – Kaktovik: Breakfast in Fairbanks, Flight to Kaktovik, Lunch & Dinner in Kaktovik. Afternoon tour to observe Polar Bears from land.
Day 3 & 4 – Kaktovik: Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner in Kaktovik. All day boat tour to observe and photograph Polar Bears.
Day 5 – Kaktovik – Chena Hot Springs: Breakfast & Lunch in Kaktovik. Flight to Fairbanks, transfer to Chena Hot Springs, visit Ice Museum, dinner at Chena Hot Springs, swim in natural hot springs.
Day 6 – Fairbanks: Breakfast & lunch at Chena Hot Springs, swim in natural hot springs, Farewell dinner at the Pumphouse in Fairbanks.
Day 7 – Fairbanks: Breakfast, Transfer to airport for flight home.
Weather permitting, you will have the opportunity to go out and experience the Northern Lights in Fairbanks, Kaktovik and Chena Hot Springs.