In numerous ways, Alaska Wildlife Photo Tour differs from the regular ship cruise activities that are conducted in the area. Our tour will take you to see some hidden and remote spots, including glacial landscapes and nature parks that are off-the-beaten-tracts. These secluded Alaskan areas that are least traveled by tourists and remain pristine.
The guides on the Alaska Wildlife Photo Tour will show you the most scenic places to photograph. From your vessel, you can take snap shots and film the landscape and wildlife. In the back-country, on islands, and in wilderness places, you will be away from the tourist crowds.
Seeing brown bear fishing for salmon is an activity not to be missed on this excursion. Watching the bear fishing is a favorite thing to do for persons who booked the Alaska Wildlife Photo Tour.
Regardless of your photography skill level, Alaska Wildlife Photo Tour will match your capability. This excursion allows any one to take as much time as needed and fully indulge the innate attributes of Alaska. Unlike larger cruise tours, Alaska Wildlife Photo Tour is keen on individualism. Our group is smaller, the guide is a local person with the highest regards for the environment and wildlife, and we bring our clients up close to the wildlife both on land and in the icy seas without trampling, intruding on the animal’s personal space.
Located just 250 miles southwest of Anchorage, Katmai National Park is the foremost brown bear viewing spot in Alaska. Around the world, the bear population is in decline. The Alaska Peninsula has approximately 2, 200 brown bears. The region is estimated to house more bears than people. Alaska Wildlife Photo Tour provides a great opportunity for you to see some of the few remaining intact habitats in this region. In additional to wildlife observers, nature scientists visit Katmai to study bears in their natural environment.
Alaska Wildlife Photo Tour and bear viewing at Brooks Falls allows you to capture the scenes as the bears amass in the Brooks River to feast on salmon.
Comprising 6 million acres of wild land forest, alpine tundra, and snow-capped mountain, Denali National Park and Preserve, which is also home to the highest mountain peak in North America will also be explored on the Alaska Wildlife Photo Tour.
Once a booming gold rush town, Fairbanks is referred to as "Hub of the Interior", "Gateway to the Bush", and the "Golden Heart City". It is Alaska’s second-largest city (after Anchorage).The town has numerous art galleries with displays of pottery, painting, textiles, and Alaska Native art and jewelry. Nature activities include rafting/kayaking on the Chena River, exploring the Pioneer Park that pays homage to the town’s gold history, visiting a brewery, and enjoying a local made beer.
A preserve and national park, Denali encompasses 6-million acres including wilderness forests, tundra, glaciers, mountains and ranges. Its soaring granite summits and snow-capped peaks spans 160 miles of the Alaska Range. Denali’s spires dominate the skyline and reach into the clouds. The mountain, Denali (translated as "The Great One") stands at 20,310 feet above sea level and creates for an integral nature attraction in Alaska.
In Denali, you don't have to be a backpacker to see the wildlife roaming the land. The park provides a habitat for 37 species of mammals (incl. lynx, foxes, wolf, moose, caribou, brown bear, and grizzly bear) and 130 types of bird species (incl. the golden eagle). Since some lodges are located on the park's grounds, you'll have easy access to explore the remote alpine valleys and tundra-covered ridges and see the species.
Kenai Fjords is described by the US National Park Service as "Where Mountains, Ice, and Ocean Meet". "At the edge of the Kenai Peninsula lies a land where the ice age lingers. Nearly 40 glaciers flow from the Harding Icefield, Kenai Fjords' crowning feature."
Along the route to the lodge there are many scenic sites to see from Anchorage to Seward. Some areas of significance include Potter’s Marsh and Turnagain Arm.
The people of Alaska have long since hailed for their keen acknowledge of the natural environment that abounds. It is out of this acknowledgement comes the need and dedication to protect this place for future generations.
Visitors can delve in the magnetism of Anchorage through an array of eco tours and adventures, from climbing glaciers, rafting rivers, trekking the trails, or walking in search of wildlife.
Almost exclusively accessible by plane or boat, Katmai National Park is an important preserve, an active volcanic landscape, and habitat for wildlife species such as salmon and thousands of brown bears.
The excursion ends in Anchorage on Day 14.
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