This remote Brown Bear viewing camp is located on the shores of Lake Clark National Park in a rugged wilderness between towering snow capped mountains and the ice cold waters of Cook Inlet. The bear viewing camp itself offers custom “Weather-Port” cabin/tents are on raised platforms and sleep two. Meals are served family style.
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Redoubt Bay Lodge Vacation
Fly from Anchorage to Redoubt Bay for a full day of bear viewing near Lake Clark National Park. Includes two nights lodging at the Redoubt Bay Lodge.
This package features Northern Lights viewing in one of the premier spots in the world to see the Aurora; the Interior of Alaska. In addition this package features a spectacular train ride between Fairbanks and Anchorage with superb opportunities to see Mount McKinley.
The highlight of this vacation is flying to one of the great brown bear habitats in Alaska; Lake Clark National Park. Here you will watch these giants feast on salmon. Of course getting there by float plane is just as exciting
National Parks Escorted Tour
This Escorted Tour travels to the Kenai Fjords and Denali National Parks. This tour is a seven night vacation and includes breakfasts, tours of both Parks and services of a full time Tour Director.
Experience a wonderful seven day escorted tour including Fairbanks, a Riverboat cruise, the Alaska Pipeline, Denali National Park with Tundra Wilderness tour and Anchorage City which includes a visit to the Alaska Native Heritage Center.
This vacation has all the highlights of South Central Alaska and Denali National Park. With visits to Valdez, cruising Prince William Sound, driving the Denali Highway, skirting the Wrangell St. Elias National Park this has it all. It may be combined with any cruise.
This vacation travels from the Gulf of Alaska, across the Arctic Circle to Kotzebue on the edge of the Bering Sea. Along way you visit Seward where you travel to Kenai Fjords National Park, Talkeetna, Denali National Park and Fairbanks.
Grand Alaska Tour
Our best value Escorted Tour because it visits both the Denali Park corridor and travels by the Wrangell St. Elias National Park. This also includes a cruise of Prince William Sound and a visit to Valdez.