Flight to Anchorage (according to arrangements) where you will find your guide.
Domestic flight to Kodiak, transportation to St. Herman’s harbour, boarding the Single Star boat and installation in your cabins. On the way, we will stop in front of a huge puffin rock. Watch for sea lions, seals, eagles and more on a cruise. We will anchor in the calm, protected waters of one of the many protected bays at Marmot Bay or Kuprean of Straits.
We will have breakfast crossing the steep banks of Kuprean Straits. We will take the time to observe and photograph sea otters, whales and bears walking on the shores at low tide. We will cross Shelikoff Detroit and hope to see whales, puffins, Dall’s porpoise and seabirds. We will arrive at Katmai National Park and anchor. Lunch. Then we will go out looking for brown bears and other wildlife.
We will spend the next three days anchored and will depart daily for shore excursions in a variety of bays at Katmai National Park. These can be:
– Halo Bay: a spectacular bay open to large meadows, glacial mountain bottoms, there are bears eating sedges and clams by digging along the shoreline during low tides.
– Kukak Bay: A wide and deep bay, site of an abandoned clam cannery around 1923-1936, Kukak bay offers hiking along beautiful trails.
Opportunity to photograph bears eating berries, sedges or looking for clams. Marine mammals, eagles and wolves can be seen.
– Kuliak Bay: A narrow and deep bay that is very scenic and secluded, with active bears along the creek and shore.
– Kaflia Bay-Rockie: shore where bears collect rocks to find small crabs and other food products before the arrival of salmon at the end of July.
– Geographic Harbor: Deep natural harbor bordered by high basalt cliffs and visible volcanic ash fields due to the eruption of Novarupta in 1912.
This harbor has spectacular scenery with a large open delta to observe and photograph bears, birds and birds. other species.
All these bays have rivers or streams that see the return of salmon from mid-July to September.
Fishing can be an option for those who may be interested. The activities of each day are based on weather, tide, currents and customer requests. All shore excursions are guided.
Anchorage as we cross the Shelikoff Strait, the Kodiak Archipelago as a function of time we will pass either through the Shuyak Islands or the Kupreanof Strait. We will anchor for
the night. Both routes are rich in marine life and birds as well as beautiful geological formations and beautiful landscapes.
Arrival at the port of Saint-Herman and return to port early. Free afternoon. Transportation to the airport.
This flight to Denali Park will certainly be the highlight of your trip to Alaska. An aerial tour with Regal Air is the best way to see this Alaska treasure. Our three-hour flight from Denali Peak and Denali National Park departs from Anchorage every day and heads north to the majestic Denali country.
Departure to Denali National Park, the highest peak in North America (6200 meters) in search of animals. Splendid landscapes, beaver dams, views of Denali.
If the sky is clear, the views of the Denali will be superb. Dinner at Salmon Bake, one of Denali’s oldest and most distinctive restaurants. On the only track in the National Park, we hope to see grizzly bears, caribou, moose, Dall sheep …
Overnight at the hotel.
Drive to Fairbanks. We will cross the great boreal forest.
Flights according to arrangements.
Open to everyone
2 nights in hotel, the rest in cabins on board your transport boat.
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