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Polar Park is the northernmost animal park in the world, and is beautifully located in the heart of Salangsdalen Valley in Bardu, 75 km north of Narvik. Meet the wolves, brown bears, lynx, arctic foxes, elks, reindeers and other animals from the polar fauna.

Polar Park offers a special wild life experiences for you and your family, and the park puts welfare as the highest priority for the animals. Within the enclosures, a natural environmental enrichment keeps the animals stimulated and active.

Experience the natural predators of the Arctic – bears, wolves, wolverine and lynx – at the Polar Park in Narvik. There are also moose, reindeer, musk ox and Arctic foxes.

If you are feeling brave, you can visit the wolves at night when the northern lights dance over the beautiful Salangsdalen Valley, and you can even sleep at the wolf cabin, inside the fences, in cosy surroundings.


The park also offers guided predators tour, where you are guaranteed a spectacular wildlife experience. In the summer season, the guided tour is included in the ticket price and in the winter season, it is included in the ticket price only in weekends, and the guided tour starts at 13:00

Opening hours:
Summer from 20th of June to 31st of August 10:00-18:00
Autum/Winter/Spring 1st of September to 19th of June weekdays 10:00-16:00/ weekends 12:00-16:00

NB:
The park is closed the 24th, 25th and 31st of December, and th 1st of January
Special opening hours from December 26th to December 30th: 12:00 - 16:00 with guiding at 13:00


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Bardu, Norway
The latitude and longitude
68° 41' 29" N / 18° 6' 37" E
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