2014 Alaska Photo Tours

Ron Niebrugge Alaska, Lake Clark, Photos, Travel 3 Comments

A Brown Bear cub nursing from its mom.  It is not uncommon to see amazing moments like this on my Alaska Bear Photo Tour.

Since I don’t have anything available in 2013, and I have been getting many inquiries about my 2014 photo tours, we decided we better schedule dates for 2014!  I know it seems like a long ways away, but every year they fill earlier and earlier!

So the biggest change is to my Southeast Alaska / Inside Passage Yacht based Photo Tour.  Because bears have proven to be so popular, I have decided to position this to be a bear tour as much as it is a whale and amazing landscape photo tour.  We are still going to be spending time in some of the best whale viewing areas in Alaska if not the world.  We will also still visit some stunning tidewater glaciers – in fact we will be having a jet boat meet us so that we can get extra close to the icebergs and tidewater glacier in LeConte Bay.

But, we are now going to be spending time in some wonderful bear viewing places including the Anan Creek Bear Observatory where we will watch Black and Brown bears fish for salmon in a beautiful rainforest waterfall.  We will stop at Neets Bay for a visit to one of the best Black Bear viewing areas in the world!  And finally, we will be going to a bit of a secret Brown Bear location that my captain recently discovered.  So now, I believe this week long trip gives you a great cross section of many of the amazing photo opportunities Alaska has to offer.

As the first person to charter this wonderful yacht for the 2014 summer season, I had my pick of the liter when it comes to dates, and I believe we will be going at the absolutely perfect time at the end of July – an extremely popular time here in Alaska!  Follow this link to read more about my Bear and Whale Photo Tour.

Of course I’m also offering my two Alaska Bear Photo Tours to Lake Clark National Park.  The 2014 season will be my 5th year offering this wonderful photo tour.  I could go on and on about this amazing experience.  Being up close to such magnificent animals is hard to describe with words it really is.  That said, you can read far more about it here:  Alaska Bear Photo Tour.  You can also see a video preview I filmed during the August trip my first year of the tour.

Of course if you have more questions, please feel free to email or call.

We may offer some photo tours outside Alaska including my annual  Anza-Borrego workshop – stay tuned.

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