Dear fellow travelers,
I will have 3 days in Fairbanks in mid-March and I'd like to spend a day in one of the arctic Alaskan cities/ towns, such as Barrow, Nome, Kotzebue, which are reachable by Alaska Airlines, or one of those villages that Warbelow's Bush Mail Flight flies. This seems much more interesting than taking the arctic circle ground tour, which only gets to the border of the arctic circle where the sign is located.
Could anyone please advise me how i can spend a day in one of these places to experience the Alaskan life?
There are many museums or tours and many of them won't be open/ available in March and so this makes it difficult. However, I really wanna make this a life-time experience 'coz I don't think I will return to this area in the future... unless it's really amazing.
Thank you very much!!