Alaska Photo Adventures

10 Great Benefits of taking a Photo Tour with us

(No other photography tour in Alaska includes all these perks)

Reason #1: Based in the heart of Alaska’s wildlife-rich Kenai Peninsula, where all the city-based tours come to visit

Benefits for you: More time with animals in great scenery and light (while the others commute back & forth to Anchorage). We can do early morning tours (we’ve seen lynx, moose & twin calves, etc.) before most tours finish breakfast.

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Reason #2: Closest to the bears of Katmai/Lake Clark, and all the wildlife on the Kenai Peninsula

Benefits for you: Less time commuting and in transit. More time to let the animals get comfortable with you (and vice versa) making for some truly magnificent photos in the endless Alaska light!

 

Photographer and brown bear, Lake Clark National Park, Alaska - Ron Levy photo

Reason #3: All inclusive lodging, meals, transportation, park fees, shuttles, bear camps, flyouts to popular bear-salmon spots, bald eagle nests, etc.

Benefits for you: All major expenses & logistics included. Photo tours in Alaska involve a maze of logistics — bush-plane and helo flights, shuttles, driving, alternate backup plans, finding the wildlife hotpots, etc. Just shoot and relax, we’ve got it covered.

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Reason #4: Helicopter & fixed wing aerials over fjords, glaciers, marine mammals and bears (doors off option)

Benefits for you: Stunning, glaciers as far as you can see. Harding icefield, Chugach Nat’l Forest, Kenai Fjords Nat’l Park. Other tours don’t include as many flights and activities as we do.

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Reason #5: FREE 70+ page “APA Mobile College of Alaska Knowledge” souvenir booklet. Wildlife ecology, Pro Photo & Travel Tips, Alaska info, volcanoes, maps, etc. Updated for 2022.

Benefits for you: Invaluable tips that you can use right away — Aerial Photo Tips, How to Photograph Bears, Alaska wildlife habits, Improving your skills from mindset to field techniques, Brooks Falls, “The Ecology of Conservation Photography”, more…

 

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Reason #6: Long-time Alaskan pro photographers and/or former Park Ranger/EMT Guides with 40+ years of local insights,  outdoor, wildlife & photography tips

Benefits for you:  Expertise to answer your questions, get you to the right places at the right times, predict and deal with any emergencies in the field

We Have Fun -- Ron Levy, Director, Alaska Photo Adventures

Reason #7: Small groups of only 2-6 people.

Benefits for you: A HUGE benefit. More personal attention, more flexibility in our schedule, less group logistics, etc. All this leads to more time with the animals, scenery, fjords, etc., more opportunities for great light, great photos, great possibilities.

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Reason #8: As a big THANK YOU for all of us on this planet, a portion of all proceeds is given to organizations that care for the land, animals and natives. A win-win for all.

Benefits for you: Insurance that the animals and land you visit have support for their habitats and lives by organizations devoted to protecting them. Setting examples for others to follow. 

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Reason #9: We promote ethical Photo Guidelines that minimize impact. We also use vendors who minimize their carbon footprint.

Benefits for you: You are contributing to a real-world operation and long-term commitment to protect the land and animals — not just to get great photos but because it’s the right thing to do.

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Reason #10: Irresistibly sweet deals! We offer periodic tour discounts for early or last-minute reservations, monthly specials, repeat guests, and more over our already VERY competitive rates.

Benefits for you: SAVE even more over any other Alaska photo tour of similar length, locations and activities.

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BONUS #11:

Available as an add-on, dogsledding on a remote glacier above Resurrection Bay, Alaska. Experience the thrill of Iditarod riders as they silently glide through gorgeous mountains in the far north. Feel the happy energy of the dogs as they can’t wait to run and enjoy the clean summer breeze. INCLUDES a helicopter ride up to the glacier!

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"Ron brought us to some spectacular places. The bears and moose were comfortable and CLOSE...and let us shoot away to our heart's content. I have never taken such great photos before...”
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S.Levine
Nigata, Japan

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2024 Rates

  Gold Package:       7 days / 6 nights          $8495.00 

(Single supplement   $695)

All Photo Tours include:

Land tours in & around Anchorage to wildlife hotspots along Turnagain Arm, Seward, Kenai Peninsula

 Brooks Falls brown bears, Katmai / Kenai Fjords / Lake Clark Nat’l Parks, Kenai Peninsula Nat’l Wildlife Refuge

FREE exclusive 80+ page Handbook of photography tips, articles and Alaska wildlife natural history

Helicopter aerials over massive fjords & glaciers

Lodging & meals  (snacks/alcohol extra)

All Park and/or Refuge fees

 

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