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Grizzly Bear Viewing Kodiak Island

From USD$741 per person
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(Tour Code: KDKKFABVT) Departs Daily (Please note: Departure times are keyed to daily tides, exact time will be confirmed at time of booking)


All pricing is in United States of America USD$


01 May - 01 Oct, 2020


Prices are per person and include all taxes.

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A scenic one hour flight over Kodiak Island’s serene fjords and majestic mountains holds the opportunity to see whales, bears, and deer from the air on the way to the bear viewing area. Depending on the best bear viewing at the time of your visit, you go to either Katmai National Park or the Kodiak National Wildlife Refuge.

May - mid June: Embark on a one hour flight to Kodiak Island where the bears are scattered on the beaches digging clams on the Katmai Coast. You land in a protected bay, and usually watch the bears from the float of the plane. Mid June - August: You fly from Kodiak to Frazer Lake, walk to the viewing area (about 15 minutes) where you spend about an 1.5 hours overlooking the Frazer River. The bears are fishing for Sockeye salmon. You typically see about 4- 6 bears fishing or at the viewing area. September: You fly to the Katmai Coast, go ashore wearing hip-boots and hike the tidal flat to the river, where the bears are fishing for pink salmon.

Late September – End of season: This time of year offers more of a flightseeing tour, but you can still land at Frazer and have the possibility of seeing wildlife.

2020 Alaska Early Booking Bonus
Book by November 15, 2019, receive up to $150 per couple in added value which can be used for additional hotel nights, city sightseeing tours, activities or private transfers.
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