– Eat your fill of famous Alaska King Crab at Kodiak's Crab Festival
– Observe brown bears in their natural habitat at Brooks Falls in Katmai National Park
– See thousands of bird species converge on the Pribilof Islands
– Learn about World War II history in Dutch Harbor, the site of the 1942 Japanese bombing
– Raft the Nushagak River near Dillingham
– Fish for trophy-sized trout in Iliamna Lake
– Hike through the Valley of Ten Thousand Smokes near King Salmon
– Visit the Walrus Island State Game Sanctuary near Togiak for the chance to see thousands of walrus
– Assist in an Alutiiq archaeological dig on the Island of Kodiak and visit the Alutiiq Museum

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