Katmai National Park: Brooks Lodge Bear Viewing Packages

Katmai National Park: Brooks Lodge Brown Bear Viewing Packages

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Brooks Lodge - Alaska Brown Bear Viewing Packages at Katmai National Park. Katmai National Park is located on the northeast coast of the Alaska Peninsula. Among all it's diversity, the park boasts the largest population (more than 2.000) of protected brown bears in the world. During the peak of the world's largest sockeye salmon run each July, and during return of the "spawned out" salmon in September - forty to sixty bears congregate in Brooks Camp along the Brooks River, Naknek Lake and the Brooks Lake shorelines. Many visitors are concentrating their activities along Brooks River where brown bear congregate to feed on sockeye salmon as they pass upstream. Two bear viewing platforms are located right above the falls.

Overlooking the world famous Brooks River in the heart of Katmai National Park. The lodge, originally conceived as a fishing camp, has been in operation since 1950. Guest accommodations consist of sixteen modern cabins with showers, private toilet facilities, heat and electricity. Cabins accommodate two to four persons. The rusticl main lodge building boasts a spectacular view of aquamarine Naknek Lake. Its large circular fireplace is a popular spot for relaxing evenings or to reminiscing about the day's adventures. Restaurant with hearty Alaskan fare (buffet style), bar, convenience store, guide services, boat rental.

Guest accommodations consist of sixteen modern rooms all with modern private facilities. Rooms accommodate two to four persons. The beautiful main lodge building boasts a spectacular view of aquamarine Naknek Lake. Its large circular fireplace is popular for evening relaxing and reminiscing about the day's adventures. Hearty Alaskan fare is served three times a day buffet style in the dining area of the lodge. Cocktails are available for purchase at the lodge bar each afternoon and evening.

Superb sport fishing is available adjacent to the lodge on the Brooks River and on the Brooks and Naknek Lakes. The Brooks River is fly-fishing only. The Brooks Lodge fishing packages are for independent minded fly-fishermen who want to experience the great sport fishing of the Katmai area without the expense of a fully guided sport fishing lodge. Including fly outs in your stay will provide the means to fish other hot spots and allow you to take advantage of the variety of species of fish available in southwest Alaska. At Brooks Lodge you are just 22 miles from the volcanic "Valley of 10,000 Smokes". The Valley is the sight of one of the most violent eruptions in modern history. Novarupta Volcano exploded in 1912 with blasts of hot winds and gas which spewed hot glowing pumice and ash, destroying all living things and burying more than 40 square miles of lush green valley under ash deposits to depths of 700 feet. Optional daily tours of "The Valley of 10,000 Smokes" depart from Brooks Lodge daily US$96.00

Services Included:

▶ 1 | 2 | 3 Nights Cabin Accommodation with private bath
▶ Katmai National Park Fee
▶ Round Trip Air Transportation from | to Anchorage
▶ Tour Documentation & Sightseeing Information

2-Day | 3-Day | 4-Day Brooks Lodge Package Rates

Tour Number | TA-WV2 | Rates per Person in US$
Single Double Triple Quad

2-Days | 1-Nights Package | Daily Departures

3-Days | 2-Nights Package | Daily Departures

4-Days | 3-Nights Package | Daily Departures

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$969.00

$1298.00

$1628.00

$874.00

$1107.00

$1342.00

$825.00

$1010.00

$1195.00