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Atmautluak, Alaska, located in the Bethel Census Area, is a destination suited for travellers interested in a remote Alaskan experience. With a small population, it offers a chance to experience a traditional Yup'ik way of life. Visitors interested in local culture can visit the village during their cultural celebrations or explore nearby historical sites. The surrounding area provides opportunities for outdoor activities like fishing and boating on the Kuskokwim River. Accommodation options are limited, primarily consisting of small lodges or bed and breakfasts. Be sure to plan and book any lodgings well in advance, especially if travelling during peak season.

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Airports near Atmautluak

Reach Atmautluak your way. You can easily travel to Atmautluak using any of these 4 airports.

Bethel Airport

Located approximately 20 miles northeast of Atmautluak, Bethel Airport is the closest commercial passenger airport. It offers flights to several major cities in Alaska, as well as connecting flights to other destinations in the United States.


Anchorage International Airport

Although not within driving distance, Anchorage International Airport is the largest airport in Alaska and serves as a major hub for both domestic and international flights. From here, you can take a connecting flight to Bethel Airport or other regional airports closer to Atmautluak.


Fairbanks International Airport

Another option for travellers is Fairbanks International Airport, located in Fairbanks, Alaska. While it is not within driving distance, it offers a variety of domestic flights and can serve as a connecting point to reach Bethel Airport or other regional airports.


Nome Airport

Situated on the western coast of Alaska, Nome Airport is another regional airport that can be reached via connecting flights from larger airports like Anchorage or Fairbanks. It is approximately 200 miles northwest of Atmautluak and offers limited commercial passenger services.

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Things to do in Atmautluak

Exploring Atmautluak's many attractions can be overwhelming, so we've handpicked our top 3:

The Yukon Delta National Wildlife Refuge

This sprawling wildlife refuge is one of the largest in the United States, covering over 19 million acres. It's a paradise for nature lovers, offering a unique opportunity to observe a diverse range of wildlife in their natural habitat. From migratory birds to marine mammals, the Yukon Delta National Wildlife Refuge is a testament to the untouched beauty of Atmautluak.

Traditional Yup'ik Culture

Atmautluak is a predominantly Yup'ik Eskimo village, offering visitors a rare glimpse into the traditional Yup'ik way of life. From their unique subsistence lifestyle to their rich cultural heritage, the Yup'ik people of Atmautluak are a living testament to the resilience and adaptability of indigenous cultures.

The Kuskokwim River

This mighty river is a lifeline for the people of Atmautluak, providing them with food, transportation, and a connection to the outside world. The Kuskokwim River is also a popular destination for fishing and boating, offering visitors a chance to experience the rugged beauty of Alaska's wilderness firsthand.