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Zachar Bay Lodge is set in the heart of Kodiak National Wildlife Refuge, and offers a friendly welcome and comfortable accommodation.

The lodge has 11 rooms, with king or twin beds, five boats for wildlife activities, and two floatplanes for access. There is great hiking into the surrounding mountains, excellent bird watching, and a myriad of possibilities to watch wildlife.

We recommend a minimum of four nights to do the area justice.

Key info

This accommodation is located in:

Kodiak Island

The largest island in the Gulf of Alaska is rich in wildlife. The Kodiak bear has lived here for 12,000 years, and 3,000 live in Kodiak National Wildlife Refuge, which is also an important staging post for seabirds and wintering wildfowl. Summer attracts migrant birds to nest and feed on the plentiful food supply.

  • Where: Southwest Alaska
  • Ideal for viewing: brown bear, humpback whale, orca, sea otter, bald eagle
  • Excellent for: Whale watching, Bear watching