Who owns Kavik River Camp now?

Enter: Kavik River Camp, located on the North Slope of Alaska. If this sounds familiar, it’s because Sue Aikens is the owner and the one running the remote camp’s B&B.

How much does it cost to stay at Sue Aikens camp?

I am clumsy sometimes – I’ve been known to drop a few things – but I try not to actively feed them. Sue Aikens’ twisted B&B, Kavik River Camp, costs $350 per person per night. Visit her website for details (occasionally a moose or bear scratches her satellite dish and she can’t get on the internet).

What does Sue Aikens live in?

Sue lives completely alone in an isolated zone in Alaska. She isn’t near much else as she resides nearly 200 miles north of the arctic circle. Now that the world has a little more insight into Sue’s personal life, people have burning questions.

Where do the cameramen stay on Life Below Zero?

They may have a few more luxuries or conveniences, but they aren’t staying in 5-star hotels. They are out there, living in tents and sheds and cabins right alongside the subjects they are working with.