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Polar Park, Bardu Municipality

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  • You can view and vast grounds, that inhabit the Arctic Polar bears, wolves, moose, caribou, and Arctic Lynx. Exclusive Guide I will guide flawlessly and reserve. Experience answer to the howling of wolves. Winter boots, such as good if rather slippery, so. Facilities at the entrance to the ticket office and shop and a café.
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  • We did 3 hour drive from Tromsø to visit this park and I must say that I remember! Despite the almost ubiquitous grid on the photos, the animals are calm and rather docile. Maybe this will discourage some but howl at the moon with a Wolf Pack is an experience I will never forget! The bear, the lynx, reindeer in freedom, brief superb visit for my part. And the young guide who takes care of these animals was very sweet and it showed that she loved her animals. I highly recommend it.
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  • Park located approximately 190 km from Tromso, about three hours by car. E8 and E6 the roads to get there. Ample parking. Entrance costs 250 nok and to visit takes about a couple of hours, then depends on luck to see animals. There are reindeer, Lynx, bears and wolves. Recent spectacular, are worth the price of admission alone. We were lucky to have been able to see up close since we waited the hour at which they fed. If you wish, but only if you book, you can enter into the Court of the wolves and costs 1500 nok.
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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!