Photograph Alaska brown bears on their turf, in scenic Lake Clark or Katmai National Park & Preserve. Your destination on this fly-out excursion depends on where the bears are (see Bear Viewing Conditions chart and plan according to your arrival date).
Alaska brown bear photography tours are customizable – you can even have your own professional photographer guide along to provide personalized coaching as an add-on option. Your wildlife photography adventure begins the moment you contact us.
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Redoubt Bay Lodge
Katmai National Park
Lake Clark National Park
Enjoy 90-minutes of scenic flight time over Cook Inlet and the Chigmit Mountains, where the Alaska and Aleutian Ranges meet and two active volcanoes sit (Mt. Redoubt and Mt. Iliamna), before touching down at Chinitna Bay in Lake Clark National Park – where you’ll see Alaska brown bear digging for clams and frolicking on a beautiful, remote beach.
Fly-out to world renowned Brooks Falls, where salmon leap up cascading falls and bear await with jaws agape. Get your iconic Alaska shot from raised viewing platforms and boardwalks. National Park Rangers are onsite to answer questions and provide assistance.
Take a thrilling and scenic flight from Crescent Lake, where from the comfort of a pontoon boat you can get an up-close look at Alaska brown bear fishing along the scenic shoreline.
Travel by small plane 70 scenic miles southwest of Anchorage to Lake Clark Wilderness Preserve. From the lodge, take a comfortable covered boat captained by an experienced naturalist guide, to view Alaska brown and black bear fishing for salmon in a cascading river, while enjoying informative narrative from your knowledgable natural history guide.