Ancient mountains, arctic tundra, and Native culture make this small
group tour a truly memorable arctic journey! A 1.5-hour flight takes you into
the Brooks Range, an area of glacially carved mountains that rise to 6400 feet.
You will land within the Gates of the Arctic National Park at Anaktuvuk Pass,
nearly 100 miles north of the Arctic Circle. The Pass is a major migration
route for caribou and home to bears, wolves, moose, Dall sheep, wolverines,
and fox. In the village, you will learn of the Nunamiut (inland Eskimo) way of
life and how they blend modern ways with traditional life. Upon landing, meet
your local host who will spend the day sharing a realistic view of village life.
Ground touring is mostly walking through the community. Fly back to Fairbanks in
the afternoon. Tour includes: Lunch.
Not included: transfers in
Fairbanks (Tour departs from the East ramp of the Fairbanks
NOTE: Not recommended for young
children. A 4-person minimum is required for the tour to operate.Required at time of booking:
: Daily departures (except Sundays, May 30, July 4, and Sept 5) May 21 - September 15, 2016Departure
: 9:00am (9:00H)Duration
USD 769 per person