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Borealis Basecamp

Located just 40 km from the city of Fairbanks, Alaska, Borelias Basecamp offers an experience like no other. The property is surrounded by 100 acres of pristine boreal forest, and guests can sleep in modern-day ‘igloos’ – domes with clear ceilings, perfect for curling up in bed to watch the Northern Lights in the night sky. During the day, an array of thrilling activities are on offer including reindeer walks, snowmachining tours across the Alaskan wilderness, a thrilling drive to the Arctic Circle with a tour guide,an Alaskan dog-sledding adventure, a mountain UTV experience and much more. Latitude 65, the hotel’s on-site dining establishment offers a true Alaskan eating experience in a traditional Alaskan yurt with dishes made from the freshest local ingredients with views of the Wickersham Dome and the White Mountains.

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Private fiberglass igloos similar to those utilized by polar expeditions and research stations, crafted exclusively to maximise aurora viewing and guest comfort.

Each igloo comes with 12-foot ceilings and clear, curved windows stretching 16 feet across. Elegant European-style interiors come with comfortable beds and elegant furnishings, a beverage bar with a sink and a bathroom with a shower, hairdryer, toilet, and vanity sink, soap, conditioner, and shampoo.


Modern cosy cube hideaways with large 10-feet floor-to-ceiling windows for stunning views of the forest and the night sky. Each cube comes with ‘treehouse’ beds for children and lavish amenities, and en suite baths equipped with heated towel racks, flushing toilets, hairdryer, and vanity sinks. All cubes are thoughtfully provided with soap, conditioner, and shampoo.

Dining Options

Latitude 65 is the on site dining establishment, located in a craftsman built Alaskan yurt. In between activities, guests can enjoy meticulously crafted
meals from the comfort of the Latitude 65 dining room. Latitude 65 was opened by Chef Easter in October 2018, with the aim of providing guests with a true Alaskan eating experience paired with an impressive selection of beers and wines.


Alaskan Sled Dog Experience

Reindeer Meet & Greet

White Mountain Snow Machine Experience

Helicopter Flightseeing

Arctic Circle Drive

Aurora Portrait Photography

About Borealis Basecamp

Borealis Basecamp began with a passionate Alaskan wanting to share unforgettable scenery, people, and adventures with the rest of the world. Inspired by a goal of providing the best immersive experience in North America, this dream became reality.

The brand was established in 1957, when entrepreneur Jay Pritzker purchased the original Hyatt House motel and worked with his brother to grow the brand. It currently employs more than 130,000 colleagues across more than 70 countries.

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