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Kachemak Bay State Park

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Kachemak Bay State Park

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9 Day Alaska Wildlife Tour w. Bear+Whale Viewing, 2 Nat'l Parks, Boutique Hotels
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9 Day Alaska Wildlife Tour w. Bear+Whale Viewing, 2 Nat'l Parks, Boutique Hotels

Gondwana Ecotours has hosted thousands of happy travelers since 2013 - we show you your destination in a unique, exciting and responsible fashion. We are committed to providing sustainable travel — maintaining an environmental and cultural focus while providing the vacation of a lifetime! <br><br>This small group tour with expert local guides and unique accommodations is not something you can get with other companies, and it would take lots of planning to execute this yourself. We reserve spots in the park years ahead of time, and we charter flights and other exciting unique activities so you have the summer Alaskan adventure you have always dreamed of. Full of outdoor adventure, incredible wildlife viewing and landscapes and plenty of chances for cultural exchange, this is the epic Alaska you always hear about.
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Mike wrote a review Dec. 2020
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Beautiful trip > lots of exotic ducks. The scenery was absolutely stunning. A once in a life time experience
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Date of experience: December 2020
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ksiss0n wrote a review Aug. 2020
Milwaukee, Wisconsin96 contributions37 helpful votes
Took a water taxi to the park and hiked to Glacier Lake with our 8 year olds. The trail was ever-changing and beautiful!
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Date of experience: August 2020
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Donna wrote a review Aug. 2020
Columbus, Ohio15 contributions2 helpful votes
We LOVED. Kachemak Bay State Park! We can't suggest it highly enough. The water taxi dropped us off at Glacier Lake Trail. It was a pretty easy and flat hike to the lake. We saw one bear on the path. The lake itself was AWESOME!! The glacier is so beautiful as it seems to be between two mountains. Just be aware that some people are going to swim to the icebergs and some of them might be naked. If you want to get a great picture, bring a swimsuit and a towel with you. Or something to warm you up once you're out of the water I wish I had done this! How many times in your life can you get a picture standing on an iceberg??? On the way back, we had to take Saddle Trail back to meet our water taxi. This is a shorter hike but much has more elevation. You will see A LOT of bear poop on the trail, and will probably see several bears! Just be prepared for this! We saw two bears at various points and had to get very close to one of them. We didn't love our trip to Alaska to be honest. But if I were to go back there, I would for sure visit this again, or better yet get a cabin there.
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Date of experience: July 2020
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Robin C wrote a review Aug. 2020
Falls Church, Virginia11 contributions
This is a stunningly gorgeous park with a fantastically maintained and marked trail to a chilly glacier lake.
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Date of experience: August 2020
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Bob C wrote a review Aug. 2020
Alachua, Florida98 contributions61 helpful votes
We only had time for a day hike our first trip here, but we got almost everything we were looking for in an Alaskan outdoors experience. We got dropped off at Humpy Creek and took the Grewingk Tram Spur to end up at the preferred pickup point at Saddle Trail. Check the DNR website for trail status, as trails are maintained by volunteers and are not always passable. The Humpy Creek section got a bit spotty at points, but trail markers are prevalent enough that you can quickly find the right path. We saw many signs of large wildlife (spoor, tracks and evidence of foraging) but did not encounter any. For some this might be ideal, but we would not have minded catching a glimpse of a black bear or moose. Seeing we were there in peek summer and the foliage was so thick, it is possible that animals could have been just meters off the trail and we would not have seen them.
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Date of experience: July 2020
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