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We were so thrilled to see many bears in mid August . It turned out late afternoon was the best time. A once in a lifetime experience and well worth the effort to get there and the cost. Even the float plane is an experience....More
The bears are amazing because they know their survival depends on eating enough salmon to get them through hibernation. Most of the people at the falls are fairly intelligent; but, some make just really stupid comments. Most photographers (and there are a lot) are fairly...More
The price is steep to get to Katmai, but worth every penny! When we had our chance to view at the upper falls there were 19 bears in the river! It was stunning. Walking between the platform areas you do have to watch our for...More
Didn't see bear fishing salmons since it wasn't July yet, but it was worthy anyway. Quite and pacific, we fell in love with this place. You can find a bear everywhere. It was expensive to get there, but if you sleep in the camp you...More
Tuesday, 24 July 2018, booked through Katmailand. This trip included transportation by 4 different flights, 2 by turboprop, and 2 by floatplane. As a pilot, I can vouch for the safety and efficiency of all the flights. The first thing after landing at Brooks Lake...More
Seeing the Bears was just simply amazing. The viewing platform is great and we spent a good hour and a half observing the bears. We had to wait two hours when we arrived to cross the bridge, though, as there were bears within 50 yard...More
This was our 56th National Park and one of the best to which we have been.
There are no roads in or out of the Park, so most visitors get there by bush plane to King Salmon and then a float plane to one of...More