Bethel is one stop destination for artists and aesthetes. Cama festival, that is held annually in Bethel, is acclaimed as the largest native arts festival. Natives work hard in order to unleash their art into the world and get recognition. Tourists from around the world flock to Bethel to get their hands on some of the best works of arts produced by these natives. Along with art, people can also soak in the tranquility of Bethel’s environment. Hunting and fishing are activities that both natives as well as tourists indulge in. Kuskokwim river is celebrated for the amount of fishes that are held in it. This makes it easier to catch fishes such as salmon and pike and then savour them near the camp site.
The weather is considerably warm during winters and this is the exact time when you should travel to get the most out of your travel to Bethel.