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Polarkreis Aurora Fly Drive Abenteuer - Richtung Süden
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Polarkreis Aurora Fly Drive Abenteuer - Richtung Süden

Von Northern Alaska Tour Company
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€ 521,63
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€ 521,63
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Alter: 1 - 99, maximal 24 Personen pro Gruppe
Dauer: 17 - 18 Stunden
Startzeit: Verfügbarkeit prüfen
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  • Fahrer / Führer
  • Live-Kommentar an Bord
  • Lokaler Führer
  • Eintritt – BLM Arctic Circle Monument Sign
Nicht im Leistungsumfang enthalten
  • Der angegebene Preis beinhaltet keine Parkgebühr, zahlbar beim Check-in der Tour.
  • Essen und Trinken
  • Abholung vom Hotel und Rückgabe


Informationen zur Abfahrt
  • 3820 University Ave S, Fairbanks, AK 99709, USA Dies ist die kleine Flugzeugseite des Flughafens. Über dem Eingang befindet sich ein großes Schild mit der Aufschrift Northern Alaska Tour Company. Alle Gäste müssen ihre Tour 24 - 48 Stunden vor Reiseantritt anrufen und erneut bestätigen.
Details zur Rückfahrt
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  • Nicht geeignet für Personen mit Herzbeschwerden oder anderen schweren Krankheiten
  • Maximales angezogenes Gewicht: 340 Pfund
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Reiseroute
  • Startpunkt der Tour:
    3820 University Ave S
    3820 University Ave S, Fairbanks, AK 99709, USA
    Dies ist die kleine Flugzeugseite des Flughafens. Über dem Eingang befindet sich ein großes Schild mit der Aufschrift Northern Alaska Tour Company. Alle Gäste müssen ihre Tour 24 - 48 Stunden vor Reiseantritt anrufen und erneut bestätigen.
    Adresse und Informationen anzeigen
  • 1
    Northern Alaska Tour Company
    Stopp: 30 Minuten
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  • 2
    Arctic Circle Trading Post
    Stopp: 2 Stunden
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  • 3
    BLM Arctic Circle Monument Sign
    Stopp: 30 Minuten - Eintritt inbegriffen
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    Kein Stopp (Durchfahrt)
    Alyeska Pipeline Viewing Point
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bretste
bretste
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Ein Muss in Alaska
Ein Muss im Innenland Alaskas wegen der schönen Natur und der Qualität der Reiseleiter. Wir hatten eine schöne Fahr
SunseekerFoodie
SunseekerFoodie
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Lang lebe Bearded John!
Diese Tour ist lang. Bereiten Sie sich darauf vor. Aber John hat die Zeit gut genutzt und lustige Geschichten sowie
Chrissy D
Chrissy D
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AURORA MIT NIKKI
Ich habe keine Worte zu beschreiben, wie fantastisch diese Erfahrung war. Nikki ging weiter darüber hinaus und stel
R Chavez P
R Chavez P
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Nikki Nikki Nikki
Wir haben tatsächlich versucht, diese Tour abzusagen, aber wir waren zu spät. Die Frauen, mit denen ich am Telefon
Charlie Z
Charlie Z
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Bestes Abenteuer!
Ich fuhr vor kurzem nach Fairbanks, Alaska, für einen Urlaub mit meiner Frau und ging auf diese Arctic Tour, die vo
Volker G
Volker G
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ARCTIC CIRCLE FLY/DRIVE
wir haben die Morning Departure mit der Bustour nach Coldfoot und Rückflug gebucht. Etwa alle 1 1/2 Stunden wird ei
rosesforever
rosesforever
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Flug über den Polarkreis
Wir hatten das Arctic Circle Air Adventure gebucht. Mit einer kleinen Maschine geht es nach Coldfoot. Auf dem Flug
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mommacatt
North Vernon189 Beiträge
Sep. 2022
We did the Arctic Circle Fly/Drive Southbound earlier this month and truly enjoyed the tour. All guides were fabulous, Emily being the best at Coldfoot. One guide, Aaron Marlow wasn't very good. He first introduced himself by handing out HIS business cards for his photography business and the trip with him was all about HIM! He ran up rocks and led participants (some with limited mobility) through the tundra permafrost area quite a way to dig a hole down to the permafrost (could have dug a hole closer to the bus). With all his antics we ended up being late for our next connection. The bus smelled like a sewer, so some upgrades needed there. The experience was unforgettable, and the last guide was very helpful in stopping to see the lights.(not so with Aaron).
Verfasst am 27. September 2022
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NorthernAKTourCo
Thank you for joining us and for taking the time to share information with us. It is with feedback we learn what is working, what is not...and what is taking place. The Arctic Circle Aurora Fly Drive Adventure ground tour is really 2 parts, the ground tour from Fairbanks to Joy Alaska -- more of a "day" tour. During this section you are learning about Alaska's Arctic and making stops to see close up the Trans Alaska Pipeline, Dalton Highway, Tundra, Arctic Circle, and Yukon River. It is the later part once you get to Joy Alaska for the Aurora viewing. So it is normal not be be stopping to look for the lights unless they are out real strong and the guide has a safe place to park off the road. Which often can't take place along the Dalton Highway - so saving it for when you get to Joy to stay out later, longer with your Aurora guide is where that takes place. Again, thank you for joining us and letting us know what worked for you.
Verfasst am 3. Oktober 2022
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Noel J
Evanston, IL472 Beiträge
Aug. 2022
Take the option to fly both directions. We should have been told that there was an option to fly back to Fairbanks after flying to Coldfoot for the Arctic Circle. Everything was fabulous until the 9 hour return bus ride on the Dalton Highway with an insufferable driver who quoted poetry and a native folk story that was superficial and juvenile. The visit to the Arctic Circle Trading Post for dinner was very disappointing as the food choices were not good.
Verfasst am 6. September 2022
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NorthernAKTourCo
Thank you for choosing the Arctic Circle Aurora Fly Drive Adventure. We are sorry it didn't meet your expectations and that you didn't know we offer more than 20 different adventures in the summer. ALL are listed on our website for visitors to choose from - no tour is hidden and we try to share what each tour experience is. If you would like to contact us to share more specific feedback we would be happy to listen. Knowing the date you traveled, the guide can help us be more specific to learn from you and to share with other guests and guides. Your feedback is the minority on other reviews; however, we take all feedback - both the good and bad, to learn what it is a guest is hearing from us so we can improve our expectations, and to learn what your experience was to review the experience. Thank you, Kathy Northern Alaska Tour Company 907-474-8600
Verfasst am 6. September 2022
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1ChuckW
Rapid City, SD84 Beiträge
We flew from Fairbanks to Cold Foot John our pilot was great he passed along a lot of info along the flight Megan picked us up in Cold Foot for our drive to the arctic circle the van had no heat so the windows were frosted over so we could not see much but she did have a lot of info when we got to the circle she said our motor coach would be there in about 15 minutes an hour later a 28 passenger mini bus showed up we were told that we would be able to switch over to the other vehicle in a few minutes and be able to stretch out a half hour we were able to switch Joe was our driver to Joy there we met up with Dallas who was awesome he made sure everyone had a tripod for their cameras and made sure that everyone was setup to get the best pictures they also had hot drinks there and a place to get warm
Verfasst am 16. Februar 2022
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NorthernAKTourCo
Dear 1ChuckW, Thank you for joining us for the Arctic Circle Aurora Fly Drive Adventure. We are sorry to hear of the heat and timing for the vehicle change out. If I knew the date we can look into it to find the details -- it doesn't take away the delay or what appears to be possible communication; however, can find out if it was weather related, mechanical that put them behind or training to take place for guides to work on timing. We again appreciate you joining us and would like to follow up if we can on this issue. That includes following up with Coldfoot -- again, not knowing the day or weather details if the van is full even with the heat full blast the windows will frost - unfortunately, that is living at minus below temperatures. BUT, this again isn't taking away following up if we know more details on the date to check. We appreciate the opportunity to talk to a guest versus reading about it - we are able to correct and address issues more efficiently and more directly as needed. Best wishes on a good spring.
Verfasst am 18. Februar 2022
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Heba B
40 Beiträge
We took a small plane from Fairbanks to Coldfoot where we had lunch and learned about the Alaskan Pipeline in a tour van on the way to the Arctic Circle. We stopped to learn about some of the wildlife and take pictures of the views. From the Artic Circle sign we hopped onto a coach bus and continued our journey south. The highlight of the trip was waiting for the Northern Lights to appear. We waited in a heated cabin with warm drinks. Our tour guide Dallas was very knowledgeable about the lights, the stars and the setting on our phones to get the perfect photos of the lights. I would love to get a copy of the time lapse video he took that night. It was a long day, but well worth the views, history, and checking off seeing the Aurora Borealis off our bucket list.
Verfasst am 7. Oktober 2021
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NorthernAKTourCo
Thank you for including us in your Alaska Adventure. So glad you were able to check off seeing the Aurora Borealis. Best wishes on your next adventure.
Verfasst am 8. Oktober 2021
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David R
La Valle, WI29 Beiträge
Sep. 2021
Northern Alaska Tour Company (NATC) offers several tours traveling at overlapping and interconnected ways. This includes fly drive, aurora viewing and arctic circle tours. Our particular tour was a fly drive with aurora viewing, which seems to be the most popular in September, but I’ll try to explain how alternative tours are related.

The tour gathers at the NATC office, which is on the side of the Fairbanks, AK, airport opposite the main passenger terminal. At the office meal preferences were taken - meals are an extra, but reasonable, fee. We were given a fifteen minute lecture on the itinerary and safety regulations. The plane was a 9-passenger Piper Chieftain with a single pilot. Our group was actually 18, so two planes were flown, one just behind the other. Each passenger is limited to a single bag, smaller than a backpack, as it must fit in the wing’s storage compartment.

The flight to Coldfoot took just over an hour. Provided headsets served to reduce noise and allow the pilot to narrate. Air traffic control chatter was a bit annoying while near Fairbanks. In flight the pilot did a good job of banking the craft for views of notable landscape features. The pilot was also careful to smooth the ride by increasing elevation when low clouds were encountered.

Coldfoot is a camp roughly in the middle of the Alaskan Pipeline, and therefore the Dalton Highway. It consists of a restaurant/gift store, a U.S. Post Office shack, open on selected days of the week. A handful of trailer house-like buildings remain. These were originally used in the 1970’s when the pipeline was built, but now house Coldfoot residents. Coldfoot is located approximately at magnetic north, so the aurora borealis is said to be centered overhead. One of the tour options (admittedly rare) is to overnight in Coldfoot in order to watch for northern lights in town,

The previously ordered hot lunch was prepared and served in Coldfoot. The restaurant (See photo) had both indoor and outdoor seating with a secondary room that was frequented by the few more permanent residents. Water was provided. Other drinks were an extra charge.The Coldfoot stop was about an hour.

Since we were on the fly drive tour, another option was a cold lunch box to be prepared at the restaurant. Cold box dinners could be eaten about anytime during the return ride.

One tour variation would have been to fly back from Coldfoot to Fairbanks, but our eighteen were all in the fly drive/aurora group, which meant a roughly 9-hour drive back via the Dalton Highway to Fairbanks. The first couple of hours were in vans. Three large vans were used which gave all travelers plenty of space. The vans first stopped to provide a close up view of the Alaskan Pipeline.

The ultimate destination of this 3-vehicle caravan was the spot where the Dalton highway crosses the arctic circle. After shooting photos and using restrooms passengers switched vehicles. This is where various tour options intersect. Some people had traveled to the arctic circle by bus. Among those travelers, some were heading to Coldfoot in the vans and others were going back to Fairbanks on the bus. The fly drive folk switched to the tour bus, while northbound people switched to the vans.

The tour bus is a new vehicle with comfortable seats. AC, and seats about 30 with overhead backpack storage. The bus toilet is for emergency only use. The Dalton Highway is a rough ride, and it’s a long way back to Fairbanks. We had the advantage of fall foliage and north of the Brooks range provides nice vistas for the first couple of hours.

The bus makes two significant stops on the arctic to Joy segment. Stop one is on the tundra. Travelers can walk a few awkward steps on the thawed layer above permafrost and reach into a hole to the frost line that was dug by the bus driver/guide. The second stop is at the Yukon River bridge where there is a trading post with bathrooms, refreshments and a tiny gift shop. The guide provides complementary coffee, tea, hot chocolate or hot cider.

As the sun goes down the bus bounces for a couple more hours until Joy, AK. At Joy NATC provides a warm cabin with out houses for waiting to view the northern lights. All of the fly drive people were part of the aurora tour, so we stopped at Joy. There were also a few people that had been driven to Joy from Fairbanks, then joining our group. The Joy facility works well for a viewing site minimal ambient light sources, a large enough flat area for viewing and even a few close-by trees to the north to improve photos. The NATC host provides free coffee, tea, hot chocolate, apple cider and hot noodle soup. There are adequate lights for safety. The inside of the cabin is inviting in a rustic sense. It might have been wise to bring a deck of playing cards or some other entertainment.

Sundown is about 9 p.m. in early September, but the light falls slowly to get dark enough for seeing the northern lights. The peak viewing time is 2:30 a.m. in Joy, so the wait is scheduled to last from 10:30 p.m. until 4:30, or until the show ends. The lights will not be visible in the event of cloud cover, and even without clouds, it all depends upon the sun’s solar winds. We were lucky that the clouds were light, but unfortunately the aurora did not appear. It is sixty miles back to Fairbanks with everyone exhausted from the late hour. The return trip driver was our host at Joy. Some tour descriptions say there is a fee for hotel drop off, but our driver provided this service at no charge.

In the end, one NATC employee handled initial preparations, another was our pilot and each of us had three different van/bus drivers. Everyone was polite, friendly, knowledgable and helpful. NATC has been doing these tours for several years and they do it very well. It’s a long day/night with a challenging ride, but you get to say you saw the Brooks Range, visited magnetic north, walked on arctic tundra, crossed over the arctic circle and back, and saw the northern lights (if lucky). Compared to the Alaskan coasts, the interior is seldom visited, but well worth the time.
Verfasst am 4. September 2021
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Sushar
San Jose, Kalifornien852 Beiträge
Juli 2021
We had a great time on the Fly-Drive tour with the Northern Alaska Tour Company in July. It was a rainy day but the tour company took good precautions to make our tour a safe and successful one.

We first flew to Coldfoot Camp and the pilot did a great job in navigating the clouds/ rain while still providing us with good sightseeing information. There was a possibility that the landing conditions in Coldfoot would not be ideal and in that case, we were given an option of being re-routed to a different place in which case we would have flown back to Fairbanks instead of taking the Drive option. They offered us a full refund (before we started from Fairbanks) if we didn't like this option. But the pilot managed to land safely in Coldfoot.

After a brief tour of the small Coldfoot Camp, we had a quick lunch at the Cafe and headed back by road from Coldfoot. They initially put us in a small van (which was not very comfortable) till we got to the Arctic Circle sign. We switched into a bigger shuttle bus at that stop for the remaining of our journey. We stopped briefly at different places along the way and had dinner at Yukon River Camp. We got back to Fairbanks before 1 am.

The trip was good but a bit long. All the pilots/ drivers/ guides were good and provided us historic information about the camps, the pipeline and the road. My only suggestion for improvement would be to start the tour early around 11 am (instead of at 1 pm), so that we can get back to Fairbanks by 11 pm.
Verfasst am 15. August 2021
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Ashley T
4 Beiträge
Sep. 2019
I decided to book the Fly/Drive tour with this company. Great people, very informative.
I also added the Homestead option which would allow for a additional time to view the Aurora Borealis/Northern Lights. I would absolutely recommend this tour - It is well worth the cost - Great experience!!
Verfasst am 5. September 2019
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Thank you Ashley T for your recommendation. We appreciate you choosing Northern Alaska Tour Company and so glad your day was a great experience. Best wishes for a bright fall! Kathy
Verfasst am 6. September 2019
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pennking
PA194 Beiträge
Apr. 2019
We checked in quickly at the airport and boarded the small plane after a briefing by the friendly staff at the airport reception. The pilot flew at low altitude and we were able to see below quite well. He explained throughout our flight and also tipped the wing on one side so that we could see a certain spot. Glad to have him as our first guide! After landing at cold foot, which was itself an experience, we were received by another friendly guide John and taken to a cosy restaurant for lunch. We had time for pics outside and then off to the Arctic post. We stopped at a few places for pics and John was giving information all along the way. At the Arctic post, we had to change vehicles and now we have to travel in a bus. The new guide, John was not connecting well with us. The bus was unexpected for me and arrangements here were a bit confusing. He came late to pick us and then was very late to reach at the dinner restaurant at yukon and we waited more time outside as well. he could have informed them earlier so that we need not have to wait. we then had dinner about 90 min behind schedule. I deducted 1 star for this part of our tour. Then we arrived at the Arctic Circle Trading Post in Joy for aurora viewing. The new guide, Kyle, was very nice and eager to help us all to take nice pictures with our camera. he adjusted and returned back to see if pictures are coming well. Then we headed back to our hotel and we stopped one more time for pictures. Overall, a nice tour.
Verfasst am 11. April 2019
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Thank you pennking for choosing Northern Alaska Tour Company for your Arctic Circle Aurora Fly Drive Adventure - Southbound. We are sorry to hear the logistics did not seem to connect on your day of travel. Without knowing the date you traveled I cannot see if weather, road conditions, or road closure delayed the connection. But, what I can take away from your post is the briefing you heard in Fairbanks wasn't clear on the logistics that yes, you would be meeting a new guide at the Arctic Circle and for that I am sorry it wasn't clear in the briefing. We appreciate your review and are glad it was a memorable visit. Thank you, Kathy
Verfasst am 15. April 2019
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B B
3 Beiträge
März 2019 • Paare
This trip more than fulfilled our expectations! We saw the aurora, Alaska, flew in a small plane, went north of the Arctic Circle. Our guides Tim, Danni and Ben were fantastic and knowledgeable. Everything went like clockwork and everyone was very helpful. Highly recommended, we are happily anticipating next time.
Verfasst am 8. März 2019
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Thank you so much B B for your review and for joining us on your Arctic Circle Fly Drive Adventure. So glad you enjoyed it! Best wishes for a bright spring! Kathy
Verfasst am 11. März 2019
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Season101
Atlanta, GA106 Beiträge
I’ll start with the positive. The company was very accommodating when I had to reschedule due to family illness. The fly over was very cool. Now the moderate. Be a history buff if you go. You’ll learn a lot about the Alaska pipeline. They even entertain you with a video on board. Coaches were comfortable.

Now the not so great. Don’t drink a lot. In 16 hours you have two indoor bathrooms or it’s outhouses. In winter not comfy. Bring your own lunch - skip the one in Coldfoot. The one at the Yukon river (about 8pm) was good but caters to Asian taste. Don’t expect local Alaskan fare.

If you want to take pictures of the Northern lights, the spot they have us just off a highway, recessed, with trees and buildings surrounding it. You can get good shots of the sky but no horizon and the trees obscure a lot.

For the money, we could have done three other tours and gotten home a lot earlier.
Verfasst am 4. März 2019
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Dear Season101, thank you for your review and sharing it from your perspective. You can be a history buff, an out door enthusiast, and an avid traveler to enjoy Alaska's Arctic. And yes, part of the adventure is the remoteness of the region meaning one is leaving the conveniences of modern living behind to enjoy an area where one can enjoy the fresh air, learn about the region which is home to moose, arctic fox, bear, and caribou, discover the delicate flowers that only have 3 months of sunlight to grow or the permafrost that is just below the surface. With the Homestead Aurora we do not market it as a photography tour - so you are right if someone is looking for that no this is not the one to take; however, 3 features need to be in place for good aurora viewing - travel during aurora season (August 21 - April 21 when our nights are black enough to see the lights), be away from city lights (Joy is off the grid so very minimal artificial lighting since it needs to be self generated), and stay out during the peak activity (the hour or so on either side of solar midnight -- which is why most Aurora tours do not get back until after 3:30 am or later). If you are looking for the aurora you don't want to come home earlier. We have some great photos of the aurora around the trading post. Then next while you are waiting what do you want do do or learn. The focus on the Homestead aurora is learning about life in Alaska's Arctic, what it took to forge a home in the middle of nowhere, what it means to live in Alaska today. Thank you for joining Northern Alaska Tour Company. We hope you enjoyed the rest of your Alaskan Adventure
Verfasst am 7. März 2019
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