Alaska Nature Photo Tour

Brown and black bears, puffins, murres, kittiwakes, humpback whales and orcas.

With its inspirational beauty, Alaska is a wilderness hub. Journey through Cordova—a hidden treasure—with nature photographer Krisztina Scheeff to witness and photograph the spectacular wildlife and landscapes that make Alaska one of North America’s natural wonders. Sync with nature at a remote camp, photographing both brown and black bears along the Katalla River; travel along the Prince William Sound to view puffins, murres, kittiwakes, and possibly humpback whales and orcas; enhance your photography skills while exploring the great wilderness and witnessing the dramatic scenery of wild Alaska.


Dates:  August 3, 2022 - August 11, 2023 * ONLY 7 SPOTS LEFT *

9 days/ 8 nights

Cost: $6750

Single supplement: $580

Deposit: $500 (non-refundable)

Group Size: max 8 participants 



  • Seek out wildlife along the Copper River Delta and within the Chugach National Forest.
  • Cruise down the Prince William Sound to a puffin nesting area, where humpback whales and orcas also make appearances.
  • Explore the surrounding remote camp area for rare photographic opportunities of brown and black bears.
  • Participate in aerial photography capturing the delta, coast, and glaciers.
  • Spend time photographing sea otters and other marine animals.

Included: accommodations, activities and meals as mentioned in itinerary (breakfast, lunch and dinner), all tips except guide and driver, full time naturalist guide/driver for duration of the program, Private transportation and driver for the duration of the program, travel protection, post departure coverage.

Not Included: international airfare, items of personal nature, tips for guide and driver, trip cancellation coverage.
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