ALaska: Brown Bears
6 DAYS // Aug 17 - 22, 2018
Photograph Alaskan Brown Bears close-up as they feast on salmon and clams at Lake Clark National Park in 20 hours-a-day of good light. Prepare to view and photograph while just yards away from these incredible animals! Travel with PhotoQuest Adventures and Mirjam Evers to the greatest place to explore and photograph in a tidal and stream area where the brown bears chase salmon. You will be guided on an exceptional adventure and take daily boat rides and walks to capture heart stirring images of brown bears against the rugged Alaskan landscape. You will also see horned and tufted puffins, black-legged kittiwakes and murres, bald eagles, trumpeter swans, and harbor seals. Experience the bears in their natural habitat on the west side of the Cook Inlet without fighting the typical crowds that you won't have to fight the typical on Katmai's Brooks River. Join us to move freely about while photographing bears in the company of our well-trained guide and Adam Jones' photographic expertise.
- Stay in our exclusive comfortable backcountry lodge situated in the heart of bear country.
- Enjoy exclusive access to the bears in their natural habitat in Lake Clark National Park on the west side of the Cook Inlet - far from the typical crowds.
- Marvel at scenic backdrops including volcanic Mt. Iliamna, Mt. Redoubt, and Augustine Volcano; all part of Cook Inlet's “Ring of Fire.”
- Photograph bears in 20-hours-a -day of good light.
- Explore one of the least-visited national parks in the US.
- Learn from experienced bear guides.
- Photograph from the ground - no viewing platforms are used.
- Photograph puffins, bald eagles and other birds of prey, shorebirds, songbirds and wolves.