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I just got back from a multi-day tour to the Tundra Buggy Lodge. It's incredible. I was co-leading photography speciality tours there. We saw 22+ polar bears, ate great food in the dining room and struck out of day tours in their very cool buggies....More
Can’t say enough about our stay at Fronteirs North Tundra Buggy Lodge. For my wife and I, it was three nights of an unforgettable experience. Yes, you sleep in bunk beds, in a buggy trailer of 20 people, but you get over that pretty quickly...More
We booked with Frontiers North having checked the other companies offering time with Polar Bears. "Enthusiast" tours allow you to stay overnight at 'Tundra Buggy Lodge' out on the tundra, This saves a lot of travel time if you were to stay in the town...More
This is an incredible place. The scenery on the tundra and the wildlife -- polar bears, arctic foxes, red foxes, arctic hares, birds, etc. are phenomenal. The food is excellent and impressive what they can do in the small kitchen and preperation for lunches taken...More
We stayed here from the 5 November through until 10 November. Yes the bunks don't offer a lot of privacy and you have to wait your turn for the bathrooms and showers.Everything else is amazing! Jared (the chef) cooks the most amazing food in the...More
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Hi there, apologies for not seeing this question sooner. You would be pleasantly surprised at how much the privacy and sound dampening curtains and walls block out the noise from your fellow travellers at the Tundra Buggy... More
Hi there, apologies for not seeing this question sooner. You would be pleasantly surprised at how much the privacy and sound dampening curtains and walls block out the noise from your fellow travellers at the Tundra Buggy Lodge. Absolutely you'll get a snorer or be one yourself....but you'd be amazed at what you can get over for the chance to lay your head on a pillow and look out the window and see a polar bear sleeping nearby. Earplugs always work wonders for me and the Tundra Buggy Lodge has a huge container full of brand new ones just in case you forget yours. I can honestly say for a couple of nights of your life it is well worth it - there isn't anywhere else on earth like it! Besides after all that lovely fresh sub-arctic air you'll get while wildlife viewing all day, you'd be surprised how tired it makes you at the end of the day! Hope that helps. If not, definitely call the Frontiers North office to chat. I've slept many times out at the Tundra Buggy Lodge and each time I cannot wait to go back and stay there again.
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"N/a - all bunks are essentially the same. Pick either the top or bottom for yourself vs your travelling..."