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We returned from our trip to Nanuk a week ago and not a minute has gone by since then that we have not missed the lodge, the staff, our new lodge friends and the polar bears! We were treated to the sight of many bears...More
What an amazing trip to Nanuk Polar Bear Lodge, The staff would be very hard to beat. Josh, Andy and Butch were such wonderful guides and full of very helpful information about the bears and other habitat in the area. Nolan and , we were...More
Awesome experience in all of 4 days and 4 nights stay. From taking the safari vehicle to spotting the polar bears and finally, the walking safari to view polar bears, the guides were very knowledgeable and made sure we were safe and had good picture...More
Recently returned from Nanuk Polar Bear Lodge. Staff was very nice. Food was outstanding! Trekking for polar bears a little long distance over some bumpy terrain, and lots of walking involved. The rewards were worth it. The bears were most cooperative. The Northern Lights were...More
I travelled to Nanuk Polar Bear Lodge August 31 - September 5, 2017 and have nothing but praise for the facility, wildlife viewing opportunities and staff. We counted approximately 30 polar bears on the flight in, enjoyed walking on the tundra with several polar bears...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.