Sleep with wolves, see the northern lights on this Norway adventure
Have a howling good time on a trip to Narvik, Norway, where you will stay at the new Wolf Lodge and ride a gondola up a mountain to hunt for the aurora borealis.
The four-day, three-night tour, organized by Off the Map Travel, includes a stay at a lodge in the wolf enclosure at Polar Park.
Guests are separated from the animals only by the lodge’s wooden walls and oversized windows. The stay also includes a supervised, face-to-face wolf kiss (or not!) with the park’s socialized wolves.
Dates: Tours are available November through March.
Price: From $3,150 per person, based on a group of four traveling together. Included are transfers, three nights’ accommodation, including one night at the Wolf Lodge, a boat trip along the fjord to search for wildlife, and a guided aurora borealis hunt. Air fare is not included.
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