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Alaska Bear Viewing Day Tour

Trip at a Glance

  • Locations

    Homer, Alaska, United States

  • Activities

    Nature, Wildlife Tour

  • Price
    $625 USD per person
  • Duration

    Approximately 6 Hours

  • Avg Distance

    Average walking distance 3 Miles

  • Departure Day(s) and Time(s)

    Bear viewing tours generally operate between May 20 and September 15. Departure time is approximately 8am, returning around 2pm

  • Starting Location

    Airport in Homer Alaska

  • Price Includes

    Professional naturalist guides, transportation to and from the viewing area in Katmai National Park or Lake Clark National Park, rubber boots and safety equipment

  • Notes

    Bear viewing opportunities vary throughout the season and also from year to year. The greatest number of bears are generally seen in mid to late June through mid July

Highlights

  • Approx one hour flight to bear viewing area, depending on which area the guide decides on
  • Fly over some of the most dramatic scenery in Alaska including 7 different active volcanoes, giant glaciers and possibly whales
  • Spend at least 3 hours hiking around in the bear park, observing bears and other wildlife
  • Bear sightings guaranteed!

Guide

Trip Info

This tour takes you to some of the most amazing places in Alaska where you can experience wild Alaskan brown bears in their natural habitat. The area you will fly to is in the middle of the largest population concentration of brown bears in the world. On this wilderness tour, you will walk along the same trails as the bears do, sit on the same river banks as they do and observe them as they go about their day to day life. Depending on the time of year you choose to come you can expect to see the bears grazing on sedge grass, digging up clams, playing together, courting each other, resting, and fishing.

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