Yup–you’re gonna see ’em. They’re all over on Alaska’s North Slope. This month only, though! Join the 2010 WARBELOW’S POLAR BEAR TOUR â€”Only in September.
In Fairbanks, fly a B-1900 up to Kaktovik on a polar bear adventure! Enjoy safely viewing and photographing polar bears, a majestic, yet threatened species, in this rare and special wildlife encounter, while the bears rest on sand spits and feast on whale meat. Included is a walking tour of the Inupiat Eskimo whaling village of Kaktovik with an Eskimo tour guide, which is located along the coast of the Arctic Ocean on Barter Island. Kaktovik is the only village within the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge.
Price: $2,299 per person (Alaska residents and military personnel qualify for a 10 percent discount).
Tour includes: Round-trip airfare from Fairbanks, transfers, meals, guides and ground transportation. Sighting guaranteed or a full refund. Overnight stay in Kaktovik included.
ACT NOW: Departures on Sept. 4, Sept. 18 and Sept. 25, 2010
Space is very limited. For more information visit www.warbelows.com or call (800)478-0812. To book your tour call Mike Morgan at (907) 460-5151.
Fine print: All polar bear tours must be paid in full at the time of booking. This is a sightings guaranteed tour. 100 percent refund if polar bears are not viewed. Tour is non-refundable for any other reason.
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