You first fly to Anchorage, where you should plan on overnighting in a hotel. You will then fly tol Kodiak, where depending on the times of your flight and the wether conditions, you may also need to stay in a hotel. As a hunter you must be prepared to accept that flight times in Alaska are very dependant on the weather. It is always a good idea to arm yourself with a lot of patience when you travel to Alaska. Charter flights are often with floatplanes, which are able to land on lakes or sheltered bays. The outfitter and guides will be waiting for you in the basecamp.
Hunters will spend a few days in the base camp, but for the majority of your time visiting hunters will stay in smaller hunting camps with their guides. All food and accommodation during the hunt is included in the price. However you may need to budget for extra hotel accommodation and meals before and after the hunt. Kodiak is a small town, so the is not so much to do here. However it is with arranging to spend an extra day in Anchorage on your inwards or outward journey. There are plenty of things to see in Anchorage, and hunters can find a visit to one of the big hunting and fishing mega-stores, such as Cabelas or Bass Pro Shop very interesting.