Polar Bear Adventure

See Polar Bears In Alaska!

See these rare creatures in their natural habitat:
We invite you to join us on an unforgettable 7 day adventure in the Arctic, including 4 bear viewing tours and authentic cultural activities. Our trip is packed full of incredible wildlife viewing and our guides are on hand to help you capture the perfect photo. We also provide plenty of chances for education and cultural exchange. Learn from natives and Arctic residents about what it is like to live in such a challenging environment. Meet a dog musher and his dog team who have raced the Iditarod six times! See the traditional equipment used in tribal whaling expeditions and hear from an elder captain how native life is adapting with modern times. Discuss the issues of global warming and sea ice recession with a native environmentalist and author. This is a unique trip full of authentic culture and amazing opportunities for bear viewing and photography. Don’t miss your chance to sign up, only 6 spots per trip!

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Kristen Roman“Absolutely amazing! This wasn’t a tour, it was an unforgettable experience. Our guides, Patricia, Jake and Jen were knowledgeable, patient, and entirely invested in making our week everything we hoped it would be and more. The sights seen, education gained, and most of all the connections and friendships made combined to create the trip of a lifetime for me and my son. Thank you Gondwana!”
—Kristen Roman
This is an all-inclusive adventure, meaning everything is included in your price apart from your flights to and from Alaska and gratuities for guides and hotel staff. You trip package includes:
  • All local guides plus Gondwana trip leaders
  • Flights in Alaska: from Fairbanks to Kaktovik, Kaktovik to Barrow and Barrow to Fairbanks
  • All your meals, including wine/beer during the 2 dinners in Fairbanks- Home visit with a world class dog musher
  • Home visit with a tribal elder and captain
  • Visit with a native environmentalist and author
  • Visit to the Native cultural center in Barrow
  • All ground transportation in Alaska
  • All accommodations in Fairbanks and the Arctic

View Polar Bears from a Heated Boat

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A Polar Bear Family
A Polar Bear Family
Mother Cleans her Cub
Mother Cleans her Cub
Daniel Lum
Daniel Lum
Our Captain and His Iditarod Sled Dog Team
Our Captain and His Iditarod Sled Dog Team
Polar Bear in the Cold
Polar Bear in the Cold
Two Males Fighting
Two Males Fighting
Polar Bear Mother and Cubs
Polar Bear Mother and Cubs
Gold Rush History – Vintage Steamboat in Fairbanks
Gold Rush History – Vintage Steamboat in Fairbanks
Polar Bear Staring at the Camera
Polar Bear Staring at the Camera
Polar Bears Swimming and Playing
Polar Bears Swimming and Playing
Polar Bears Walking on Ice
Polar Bears Walking on Ice
Viewing Polar Bears from a Heated Boat
Viewing Polar Bears from a Heated Boat
Walrus Tusk Carving at the Cultural Center
Walrus Tusk Carving at the Cultural Center

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Add To Your Alaska Trip!

Our Northern Lights Ecotour is a great chance to view the Aurora from the comfort of a unique family owned lodge outside of Fairbanks, plus a ton of exciting winter activities like dog-sledding, hot springs, curling, hiking with reindeer and more! Our September 30th Northern Lights Ecotour is perfectly lined up for you to join after our September Polar Bear Adventure or before our October Polar Bear Adventure.

See The Northern Lights!