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Kaktovik Polar Bear Boat Tour over Two Days

Kaktovik Polar Bear Boat Tour over Two Days - Kaktovik, Alaska

Duration: 6 hours over 2 days
Location: Kaktovik, Alaska

From USD
$720.00

See polar bears in the wild on this tour that takes place over two days in Kaktovik, an Inupiat village on Alaska's very remote northern coast. For three hours in the early evening on the first day and three more hours in the morning of the second day, you'll travel by boat from Kaktovik to see the bears in their native Arctic environment ... More info ›

See polar bears in the wild on this tour that takes place over two days in Kaktovik, an Inupiat village on Alaska's very remote northern coast. For three hours in the early evening on the first day and three more hours in the morning of the second day, you'll travel by boat from Kaktovik to see the bears in their native Arctic environment. You'll need to book your own flights and accommodation in Kaktovik.

Getting to Kaktovik, Alaska, requires a charter flight from Fairbanks or a commercial flight from Fairbanks or Anchorage; a charter is recommended, if available, as they are more dependable. The local tour operator can provide information about flights (own expense).

On the first day of your tour, meet at the Kaktovik boat dock, about a 5-minute walk from the Waldo Arms Hotel and a 10-minute walk from the Marsh Creek Inn (overnight accommodation in town is at your own expense). The first part of your polar bear–viewing experience starts in the late afternoon, when you'll depart the dock aboard a 6-passenger boat with a covered cabin that can be heated when it's cold. Bean bags and warm coveralls are provided for you to use.

After three hours of watching the polar bears, return to the dock to spend the evening in town on your own, and then meet back at the dock the next morning for the second half of your tour, where you'll spend another three hours on the water for more chances to marvel at the bears in the wild. Nature photographers in particular won't want to miss this opportunity.

When you arrive back at the dock on the second day, your tour ends.

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