Awesome Alaska Bear Viewing Tour Options
Our Most Popular Alaskan Bear Tours Starting at $625 per person
Our most popular trip is the Classic Day Trip. Departing from our hangar located at Homer Airport you will take a 45-75 minute flight to the coastal regions of Katmai National Park or Lake Clark National Park. You will land on the beach, have a short safety briefing with your guide, and then begin a fully guided adventure in small groups. Our guides have years of experience in Alaska wilderness with the bears. Walk among the bears whale they dig for clams, graze on sedge grass, or fish for salmon in the streams in from of your. Spring cubs are common in the sedge meadows. You will be with an experienced guide for your entire trip. This is a wilderness trip. *Digital photos and flight-seeing are weather dependent
Brooks Falls Trip
Iconic Brooks Falls $925 per person
After a scenic flight on a float plane you will land at Brooks Falls in Katmai National Park. Once on the ground you will have four hours of self guided bear viewing where you can view the bears at the iconic Brooks Falls. Take advantage of the strategically placed viewing platforms to capture your once in a lifetime photographs of bears catching salmon as they jump up the falls. This is a great option for our guests with mobility issues, families with children under 10 years old, and senior citizens. *Digital photos and flight-seeing are weather dependent
Once In A Lifetime Bear Viewing OpportunityWe fly by Cessna bush plane to the remote wilderness grizzly watching area of Katmai National Park, Alaska which has the highest concentration of protected brown bears in the world! Our grizzly bear tours cater to both wildlife photographers and wildlife viewers. The flight from Homer, AK to Katmai National Park or Lake Clark National Park to the bear watching area is an adventure by itself with magnificent flight-seeing including volcanoes, glaciers, and mountains all set against the backdrop of the azure ocean.
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