Katmailand & Kenai Peninsula Bear Tour

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About Our Katmailand & Kenai Ecotour

The quintessential Alaskan adventure awaits. Join us as we visit the famous Brooks Lodge where we’ll witness the world’s largest bears hunt salmon beneath waterfalls. Search for whales, sea otters, puffins and sea lions in Kenai Fjords National Park, explore picturesque forests, glaciers, mountains, lakes, and much more!

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Start DateEnd DateDouble OccupancySingle OccupancyTrip CapacityAvailability
June 26
Until July 3
$4,325 Double Occupancy $4,825 Single Occupancy Trip Capacity: 12SOLD OUT
July 21
Until July 28
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* Nights 3 & 4: Brooks Lodge rooms accommodate two to four persons each and have a two person minimum. Solo travelers will be required to share a room with at least one other guest while at Brooks Lodge.

What’s Included in the Grizzly Bear Ecotour
  • Seven nights’ accommodations.
  • Transportation to and from Brooks Lodge, including a short float-plane ride.
  • All your transportation in the Kenai Peninsula (by private van).
  • All your guides (local guides and a Gondwana trip leader).
  • All tours and activities (bear viewing in Katmailand, a boat tour in Kenai Fjords National Park, a morning of kayaking, hiking tours, a tour of Exit Glacier and more).
  • Four lunches, including one all-you-can-eat Alaskan salmon and prime-rib buffet!
  • Gondwana Ecotours pays for Carbon Offsetting for each guest.
Grizzly Bear Ecotour Accommodations

These hotels and lodges have been hand picked in order to satisfy your need to safely relax in friendly locations that are close to the day’s activities.

Nights 1, 2, & 5: The Captain Cook Hotel

  • This landmark hotel has majestic views of the Cook Inlet, the Chugach Mountains, Denali and the city of Anchorage. This luxury hotel is well known for its top notch service and meticulous attention to detail.

Nights 3, 4: Brooks Lodge

  • Brooks Lodge overlooks the world famous Brooks River in the heart of Katmai National Park. The lodge, originally conceived as a fishing camp, began operating in 1950 and is now known as one of the world’s best wildlife destinations. Katmai National Park boasts the largest population of protected brown bears in the world. During the summer salmon runs, the Brooks River comes alive with bear activity, providing visitors with unparalleled views of Alaskan brown bears feeding in their natural habitat.

Night 6, 7: Windsong Lodge

  • The Windsong Lodge is one of Seward’s premier lodges. Nestled in the wilderness among the massive Alaskan pine trees, the Windsong Lodge is built in harmony with the natural landscape. From its cozy bars to its log-cabin style accommodations, the lodge’s intimate atmosphere makes for a very memorable stay.

Patricia Baer

Patricia’s professional skill in photography combined with her affinity for animals and the outdoors makes her the perfect guide to search for the Northern Lights and have a unique experience in Northern Alaska in the winter.
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We offset the emissions from your round-trip flight to Alaska through Carbon Fund and you will receive a certificate in your name upon arrival. Want to learn more about Carbon Offsetting? Read our short post about carbon offsetting.

A portion of the proceeds from this trip are donated to Trustees for Alaska, a local nonprofit that has been conserving and protecting habitats in Alaska for wildlife, culture, environmental health, and future generations since 1974.

We hire local guides, and whenever possible, use locally owned accommodations and eat at delicious restaurants that incorporate farm-to-table practices.

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Alaska Travel FAQ

Our Alaskan Adventure does not require a high-level of physical fitness. However, guests will get the most out of the experience if they are able to comfortably walk on uneven, natural hiking trails for several miles involving a moderate amount of elevation change. Guests must be able to comfortably enter and exit a passenger van. As there is a significant amount of time spent on water, guests should feel comfortable on ferries and other boats. The capacity to do participate in a light kayaking activity will also add to one’s experience.
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What Our Amazing Guests Have To Say

melissa_gibbs“This was our second time attending a trip with Gondwana Ecotours and all I can say is WOW. Each trip has exceeded our expectations and turned out to be an unforgettable experience”
—Stephen Valido
jena_frederick “ I had more laughs and fun in 5 short days than I can remember on any other trip. Everything we did was new and even at my age I was not pressured to do more than I felt I could.”
—Barbara McDonald
Edmond Tsang ” I can’t imagine not going with this group. I had no idea what to expect and this went much beyond whatever I could have thought. Thank you Jared for your wonderful tours!”
—Judy Goldman

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