St. Paul Island Tour takes birdwatchers to the Bering Sea


St. Paul Island Tour, a company that takes travelers to the largest of the Pribilof Islands, is extending discounts on select summer 2019 birdwatching outings to the Bering Sea destination.

Guests who travel on the company's three-day, two-night tour before August 30 will receive 25 percent off standard rates.

St. Paul Island Tour, an Alaska Native-owned operator specializing in wildlife-viewing tours, showcases the rich bird populations of this remote southwest Alaska destination. More than 300 species have been recorded on the island, which is also home to reindeer, northern fur seals and a Pribilof subspecies of the Arctic fox.

Seasonal three- to eight-day adventures are offered through October 6. Rates (from $1,995, before discount) include shared accommodations, three daily meals, guide services, entrance to the Saints Peter and Paul Russian Orthodox Church and the Aleut Heritage Museum, and ground transportation on St. Paul Island.

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