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This was a trip like no other. Experiencing the silent arctic tundra where the lord of the arctic roams freely was truly magical. To see the polar on foot and up close was a breath taking experience. The guides, Derek, Paul and Emri were very...More
This is a remote lodge designed for viewing wildlife. Wildlife have their own schedules, so you always have to take what you get. We saw Moose, Ptarmigan, Eagles, Snow Goose (being eaten!) and of course Polar Bears and Wolves.
But, we went for the predators...More
I call this an experience as all senses are heightened when your trip begins to when it ends. The staff are incredible, the facility for a remote lodge of the highest standard and the wildlife magnificent. The encounters we had were mind-numbingly amazing and when...More
There is very little I can add to the other 5* comments other than to endorse the view that it is a holiday of a lifetime. As well as the thrill of seeing polar bears, black bears, wolves and moose looking healthy in their natural...More
Polar bears, wolves, Northern Lights. Three items off the bucket list in one trip. This is a great experience for those who want to get a bit off the beaten path in their nature encounters. The staff is terrific, from our experienced guides to the...More
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Early August seems to be the time that would suit you. I have just come back from there and this year seems to have been unusually hot so not as many pink flowers actually covering the fields but still plenty about. Saw... More
Early August seems to be the time that would suit you. I have just come back from there and this year seems to have been unusually hot so not as many pink flowers actually covering the fields but still plenty about. Saw amazing lights and after a day or two the weather cooled and the polar bears were more active. It is a wonderful place.