Katmai National Park
National Park is located 260 miles SW of Anchorage on the Alaskan Peninsula
near the town of King Salmon. It is world famous for brown
bear viewing,salmon & trout fishing and volcanoes. Here you can explore the Valley of Ten
Thousand smokes, go to the famous Brooks Falls for bear viewing
or spend the day hiking,
kayaking or enjoy a day of
wilderness fishing. Remember
whenever you are in bear country you need to all
ways stay alert.
Also during the summer when
Brooks falls is the busy you will be limited to the amount of time you have
at the falls to see the bears.
Katmai Park Bear Viewing Cruises & Jet Boat Tours
and 7 night Cruise tours are available on our 70 ft live aboard vessels.
This is the ultimate Katmai national park vacation with no boundaries with
unlimited daily activities including wildlife viewing,jet boat
tours,Kayaking and fishing all inclusive with gourmet meals and fishing
equipment supplied on all guided activities. Our custom
21 to 30 foot jet boats will
depart the mothership each day with guest's to the best locations.
Here you can enjoy the day
in the wilderness, but still be able to go
back to the safety and comfort of a deluxe mothership
without having to fly each day in small planes.
Click here for more info
3,4,7 night all inclusive trips starting at $3400
Alagnak River Fishing Lodge in Katmai Park
All though Brooks Falls is a
wonderful place to see bears, there are other remote and scenic places like
the Wild & Scenic
Alagnak River. Here if you stay alert you may also see
mouse, eagles and wonderful scenery. Notice you do not run into the crowds
like Katmai National Park. Also during the summer when Brooks falls is the
busy you will be limited to the amount of time you have at the falls to see
the bears. On the Alagnak
River which is located in Katmai Park you can view the bears all day and
never have to move for other people.
Five Tips you should remember when out in the Alaska Wilderness
Be alert at all
a distance of 50 to 100 yards from bears
Give the bears right of way
Make sure food is stored in the
proper bear containers
Stop fishing when a bear
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