Visit Katmai National Park | North Americas largest population of protected Brown Bears
Volcanoes and bears - powerful, unpredictable, and awe inspiring - embody the wild heart of Katmai National Park. Within the borders of the national park and preserve are 15 volcanoes, some of them still steaming, and with over 2000 North America's largest population of protected brown bears. You can hike, kayak, and canoe here. You can fish waist-deep in rivers as clear as glass. And you can watch the best fish catcher of all, the great Alaskan brown bear, sometimes diving completely under the water for its prey, sometimes catching fish in midair. At the end of the day you can relax in a rustic yet sumptuous Brooks Lodge just steps from the shore of the sapphire colored Naknek Lake and recount the day's enchantments. Alaska for example provides some of the world's most spectacular wildlife viewing and is internationally recognized as the naturalist's paradise with the highest brown or grizzly bear density in the world. Join us for some exciting wildlife observation tours to Katmai National Park with daily non-stop charter - or commerciall flight departures from Anchorage, Soldotna or Homer and observe the legendary "bruins" up-close-and-personal at famous Brooks River. Overnight in a comfortable wilderness lodge in walking distance to the falls or in remote fishing lodges around the community of King Salmon - the major hub for Katmai National Park
Katmai Bear Viewing Package Tours
Katmai National Park and Preserve Package Details
Choose from a variety of multi-day all-inclusive packages at the world-renowned Brooks River Lodge or at lodges within the King Salmon area - available from Anchorage, Homer, and Soldotna. You may also consider combining exciting brown bear viewing at Brooks River with a spot fishing package at one of Katmai National Park premium lake and river wilderness lodge destinations.
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|Katmai | Kulik Lodge Bear Viewing & Fishing||Anchorage||03 Days +|
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Katmai National Park Sightseeing Tours | Wildlife Observation
Katmai National Park Tours for Sightseeing & Wildlife Observation
Katmai Bear Viewing - Katmai National Park and Preserve are located on the northeast coast of the Alaska Peninsula. Among all his diversity, the Katmai National Park boasts the largest population (2,000+) of protected brown bears in the world, which makes it a great place for Katmai bear viewing. Katmai National Park bears are a sight to behold. During the peak of the world's largest sockeye salmon run each July, and during the return of the "spawned out" salmon in September - forty to sixty Katmai bears congregate in Brooks Camp along the Brooks River, Naknek Lake, and the Brooks Lake shorelines of the Katmai National Park and Preserve. While on our Katmai National Park tours, many visitors concentrate their activities along Brooks River, where brown Katmai bear congregate to feed on sockeye salmon as they pass upstream. Two platforms for viewing Katmai bears are located right above the falls at Katmai National Park.
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