Aerial view of Kodiak Brown Bear Center & Lodge
Aerial view of Kodiak Brown Bear Center & Lodge

Getting to the Kodiak Brown Bear Center and Lodge

Make tracks to our home

Nearly a hundred miles from the nearest paved road, getting to the Kodiak Brown Bear Center & Lodge is the just the beginning of your true Alaska Adventure!

Arrival in Anchorage

  • Arriving in Anchorage Map

    Arrival in Anchorage

    For most, the journey begins by arriving on by plane at Ted Stevens Anchorage International Airport. There are direct flights to Anchorage from many parts of the world.

    Several international air carriers even offer direct flights to Anchorage each week during tourist season.

Aerial view of the Ted Stevens Anchorage International Airport (ANC) in Alaska

Welcome to Kodiak

  • Welcome to Kodiak

    Welcome to Kodiak

    From Anchorage, you will fly to the City of Kodiak, which is located on Kodiak Island – home to the Kodiak Brown Bear and other amazing wildlife. There is daily air service between Anchorage and Kodiak. Guests are responsible for getting to and from the City of Kodiak.

    If you plan to stay the night in Kodiak prior to your departure to the Kodiak Brown Bear Center & Lodge, visit the Discover Kodiak website for information about lodging.

    We take care of transportation from the City of Kodiak to the Kodiak Brown Bear Center & Lodge by our float plane service Island Air. You will fly on a Beaver float or a 206 plane to our remote Lodge. Getting here is half of the fun!

Aerial View Over The Town and Waterfront of Kodiak Alaska

Arrival at
Kodiak Brown Bear Center

  • Arrival at Kodiak Brown Bear Center Map

    Arrival at Kodiak Brown Bear Center

    Your 45-minute flight to the Kodiak Brown Bear Center & Lodge will expose you to some of the Island’s most breathtaking and awe-inspiring scenery.

    During your flight, you may see humpback whales and sea otters in coastal fjords, mountain goats on rugged peaks, Sitka black-tailed deer roaming through meadows, and bald eagles soaring overhead.

    Upon arrival, you will be greeted by our staff at the Center Campus. We’ll give you a quick briefing, get you situated in your private cabin and have lunch set up for you in the lodge.

Arriving for your stay via floatplane
Aerial view of the Ted Stevens Anchorage International Airport (ANC) in Alaska

Arrival in Anchorage

For most, the journey begins by arriving on by plane at Ted Stevens Anchorage International Airport. There are direct flights to Anchorage from many parts of the world.

Several international air carriers even offer direct flights to Anchorage each week during tourist season.​

Aerial View Over The Town and Waterfront of Kodiak Alaska

Welcome to Kodiak

From Anchorage, you will fly to the City of Kodiak, which is located on Kodiak Island – home to the Kodiak Brown Bear and other amazing wildlife. There is daily air service between Anchorage and Kodiak. Guests are responsible for getting to and from the City of Kodiak.

If you plan to stay the night in Kodiak prior to your departure to the Kodiak Brown Bear Center & Lodge, visit the Discover Kodiak website for information about lodging.

We take care of air transportation from the City of Kodiak to the Kodiak Brown Bear Center & Lodge by our float plane service Island Air.  You will fly on a Beaver float or a 206 plane to our remote Lodge. Getting here is half of the fun!

Arriving for your stay via floatplane

Arrival at
Kodiak Brown Bear Center

Your 45-minute flight to the Kodiak Brown Bear Center & Lodge will expose you to some of the Island’s most breathtaking and awe-inspiring scenery.

During your flight, you may see humpback whales and sea otters in coastal fjords, mountain goats on rugged peaks, Sitka black-tailed deer roaming through meadows, and bald eagles soaring overhead.

Upon arrival, you will be greeted by our staff at the Center Campus. We’ll give you a quick briefing, get you situated in your private cabin and have lunch set up for you in the lodge.