Bear Photography in Alaska

Bear Photography in Alaska

Embrace the wilderness and capture your memories forever on this bear photography trip of a lifetime to Alaska! Spot brown bears, birds of prey, and the occasional harbour seal in the wild Lake Clark National Park.

Isolated from the typical onslaught of tourists that is frequently encountered at National Parks, Alaska’s Lake Clark has remained remarkably pristine. Its remote access makes it the ideal setting for spotting and photographing brown bears and other rare animals. Particularly, the knowledgeable locals that run the Silver Salmon Creek Lodge are ardent outdoor enthusiasts and will be willing to help you structure your day trips out to help maximize your wildlife sightings.

The Silver Salmon Creek Lodge is a guest house situated off of the Cook Inlet. The lack of roads in the area make this region particularly unspoiled and therefore brown bears, birds of prey, and other forms of wildlife run abundantly. For both aspiring and professional photographers alike then, you will have the opportunity to take close up wildlife shots as well as stunning pictures of the beautiful Alaskan panoramas. Staying at the guest house will give you an opportunity to speak comfortably with the knowledgeable staff as well as be able to use their photo centre to upload your pictures.

This tour is fantastic for anyone who is an aspiring wildlife photographer or who is completely taken with the wilderness. Even people without much outdoors experience will have a great time in this remote setting. The schedule is as flexible or as tight as you want it to be. However, for some, the idea of being whisked away from civilization might be less than appealing, so if you are dependent on 24 hour shopping or on Thai take-away you might be better suited for another trip.

There are some bugs around, so you might want to bring some bug spray with you.

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  1. Silver Salmon Creek is magical! Worth the journey in every respect. My family has been going to this place for decades (way before there was a commercial lodge) - it's wild Alaska at its best.

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