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Polar Park, Bardu Municipality

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  • You get a handy map when you arrive, unfortunately they didn't have any foxes and wolverines at the time I visited, but the bears were awake and I could see all the other animals, there is a small sho...  more »
  • The Park is located in a beautiful valley. Animals in pens. Of course. This is for safety. If the Park is nice as well as the visit, this leaves a mixed feeling. These animals have they really place them in pens, large though t they? Have they been torn from their wilderness or are they got there because injured? Even though I enjoyed, I left the heart tight to tell me that these animals would be happier without racks to hold them.
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  • We were at Polar Park on a cold day but with a fabulous Sun. Turn to this beautiful park, with the snow and the Sun is really exciting. You can see many kinds of animals in semi-freedom (Moose, reindeer, bears, Lynx, Arctic fox, wolves, musk ...) and I think it's worth, especially for children who remain absolutely psyched to see animals that are unlikely to see live. After the tour, we took a snack in the Sun, in wooden coffee tables in front of the Café at the entrance, pure relaxation!
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  • Great place to go with families! We saw almost every sort of animal living there! The animals (even the wolves) seem to be quite confidential... That enclousures are big enough and well built. But the guided tour was badly organised - there was one woman feeding the animals whilst guiding 60-70 visitors. She talked about 2/3 Norwegian and 1/3 English - that's so boring for people not talking Norwegian and some people can't even stand at the fence and see the animals until everybody is moving away again. Please build some groups that go individually through the park! Thanks! After the tour we ate a whale steak at the restaurant - delicious!!! (but even the chef didn't know what type of whale it was!)
  • A bit too expensive and small. The bears were social (and big), but the rest of the animals were hard to catch a glimpse of. And why do they have only two moose? And the big aurochses you could only see from a distance.. There are some domestic animals as well by the entrance, a grill tent there for delicious grilled meat and a restaurant with wifi.
  • Best grilled lunch ever! Honestly, their grill compares to some Michelin star restaurants out there. Order everything three times.
  • There are not so many animals that you can see.
  • Amazing experience! The zoo staff went above and beyond to help us have the best day. The wolf experience is a must!