Visit the beautiful Aleutian Islands with Arctic Wild this summer. Soak in the hot springs, hike the volcanoes, fish the clear water creeks, or stroll along the endless beach. The wilderness awaits.
Umnak Island is a magical land of hot springs, mud pots and geysers all within sight of the incomparably rich Bering Sea. On this unique adventure we visit the most geothermally active area in Alaska and one of very few places in the world with active geysers. After traveling by boat from Dutch Harbor we set-up camp near on a wilderness beach and have a full week to enjoy the Aleutian's charms. The Aleutians are so rich in wildlife, natural beauty and human history that the hot water boiling to the surface and the long steaming beaches are only the icing on the cake.
From our comfortable base camp we are free to enjoy the island. We can ascend the volcanic ridges behind camp, head-off looking for Geothermal wonders or stay closer to camp and enjoy the beach combing, hot springs and fishing opportunities. "Home" cooked meals and the expertise of your guide/ naturalist make each and every day of the trip memorable.
Age range, type of group
Activity level can be adjusted to suit the individual. Groups or single travelers are welcome. A sense of adventure is mandatory.
Sleeping and meals
Tent camping with a central "cook" tent for meals and leisure.
Policies & Restrictions
Trip starts and ends in Dutch Harbor/ Unalaska, AK. A $500/ person deposit is required to hold the reservation.
$3,600/ person from Dutch Harbor. Camping equipment available for rent. Complete details and packing lists available upon booking.
|4 + pax||3 pax||Notes|
|August 3 - August 9||US $3,800||US $4,200||From Dutch Harbor|
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Michael Wald (View My Profile)
With decades of experience leading wildlife oriented adventures in Alaska's most remote and beautiful areas, Michael leads, Arctic Wild, Alaska's finest full service guide service. Arctic Wild provides fly-in rafting, canoeing, hiking and photography trips in places like Gates of the Arctic, the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge and the Brooks Range. Experienced guides and creative itineraries along with a commitment to safety make Arctic Wild trips unforgettable. Raft a river, explore the tundra, see the midnight sun and watch caribou. Join Arctic Wild this summer.