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A purpose-built wilderness lodge on the remote Pacific coast, Hallo Bay has expert naturalist guides on hand who conduct daily wildlife activities to see the region’s brown bears fishing for salmon.

Accommodation consists of five comfortable cabins with separate showers and a communal lounge-dining area. Because of its location (the clue is in its name!), the lodge is only accessible by air from Hoomer town. 

Key info

This accommodation is located in:

Katmai National Park

Katmai has two spectacular attractions – brown bears and volcanoes. Bears can be seen in huge numbers during the Sockeye salmon run in July, late August and September, whilst in August they can be spotted feeding on the shorelines. The Valley of 10,000 Smokes is lined with active volcanoes.

  • Where: Alaska Peninsula
  • Ideal for viewing: brown bear, moose, caribou, pine marten, orca