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Narvik Polar Park

The worlds northernmost wildlife park. Polar Park is home to Norway`s large predators such as bear, wolves, and lynx as well as deer, moose, reindeer, wolverine.

  • Worlds northernmost wildlife park
  • Scandinavias large predators such as bear, wolves, wolverine and lynx.
  • Guided tour.
  • Reindeer, Moose, Musk Ox, Red deer, Polar Foxes.
  • Difficulty level

    Level 3: Active - good mobility needed

  • Duration

    4hrs

  • Max. passengers

    100

  • Booking code

    E-NVK1

  • Notices

    Since Polar Park is a outdoor walking park where the guiding takes place we recommend that guests are informed that there is some hills and snow and be prepared with footwear/clothing.

Welcome to Polar Park – The worlds northernmost wildlife park. Polar Park is home to Norway`s large predators such as bear, wolves, and lynx as well as deer, moose, reindeer, wolverine. You meet the animals in beautiful surroundings in their natural habitat. The animals in the park is in their natural surroundings. The park takes pride in being one of the animal parks in the EXCURSION BRIEF FOR HURTIGRUTEN world with the most area per animal placing great emphasis on animal welfare. A guide will welcome you to the park and take you on a guided tour. On this tour you`ll walk through the park and the guide will inform you about the animals.  

Practical information: 

  • Language: English, Norwegian.

  • Included: Coffee, and Waffles.

  • Remarks/requirements: Since Polar Park is a outdoor walking park where the guiding takes place we recommend that guests are informed that there is some hills and snow and be prepared with footwear/clothing. 

  • Walking information: The walk around the park is 3 km long and will take approximately 1.5 hours. You have to be able to walk around the park on your own. Spikes are available for purchase if the roads are slippery. 

  • Wheelchair accessible: The Polar Museum is not equipped for wheelchairs. There is no ramp or lift to access the second floor. The Cable Car and the Arctic Cathedral are wheelchair-friendly.