Polar bear tour group preparing to depart Fairbanks, Alaska for Kaktovik, Alaska in a Piper Navajo Chieftain. Day tour costs includes round-trip transportation from Fairbanks, buffet lunch in Kaktovik, and 3-hour guided polar bear boat ride. Kaktovik is one of few places in the world where polar bears can be viewed up close in relative safety.
Polar bear tour group preparing to depart Fairbanks, Alaska for Kaktovik, Alaska in a Piper Navajo Chieftain. Day tour costs includes round-trip transportation from Fairbanks, buffet lunch in Kaktovik, and 3-hour guided polar bear boat ride. Kaktovik is one of few places in the world where polar bears can be viewed up close in relative safety. Jessica Matthews The Washington Post
Polar bear tour group preparing to depart Fairbanks, Alaska for Kaktovik, Alaska in a Piper Navajo Chieftain. Day tour costs includes round-trip transportation from Fairbanks, buffet lunch in Kaktovik, and 3-hour guided polar bear boat ride. Kaktovik is one of few places in the world where polar bears can be viewed up close in relative safety. Jessica Matthews The Washington Post

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