Choose between the wilderness of Alaska at our lodge in Larsen Bay, or our adventure camp along the banks of the Ayakulik Valley River, or explore the interior close to Denali National Park.
Booking 2024 Season 10th to 15th of July
Kodiak Island is a top destination for fishing, Brown Bear viewing and wide range of marine mammals, migratory birds, and wildlife that call the Kodiak home. Our workshops really are in the Alaskan wilderness.
Which is why Kodiak is also our favorite destination to teach you how to photograph not only wildlife but also how to document your travels and tell a story. So many amazing animals to photograph in Alaska, you can be sure it has everything you need to keep you busy.
With accommodation and food included, you can relax and enjoy the environment around our lodge in Larsen Bay or at our camp (“glamping”) on banks of the Ayakulik Valley River. Maybe explore the interior backcountry close to Talkeetna at our lodge close to Denali.
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*Not all workshops have Marine Life water based photography options or flyouts
Many of the locations we visit have been featured on National Geographic such as Alaska Bear Gauntlet (Kodiak King) S1E1, Race to Survive Alaska on USA TV and many other TV shows and documentaries including Discovery Network.
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