Viewing polar bears in the wild is one of the most unique experiences in the world. Take a walk on the wild side and see polar bears in their natural habitat. Safely view and photograph polar bears, in a rare and special wildlife encounter.
Up-close guided bear viewing in Lake Clark National Park. Depart from Lake Hood Sea Plane Harbor in Anchorage and fly southwest over Cook Inlet before landing on the beach in Chinitna Bay.
Lake Clark National Park and Preserve at four million acres encompasses volcanoes, jagged mountains, glaciers, wild rivers, waterfalls and diverse Alaska wildlife populations.
Take off by seaplane for an all day bear viewing expedition in Katmai National Park. During your 200-mile safari, numerous bears can typically be spotted from the air.
Your Photo-Expedition starts as you depart the Ketchikan harbor by seaplane into the Misty Fjords.
This is a great bear-viewing trip. Take a morning floatplane to Redoubt Bay Lodge for a guided bear-viewing trip and return to Anchorage mid afternoon.
The Kodiak Brown Bear Center offers a true Alaskan Adventure: outstanding bear viewing, without boardwalks or larger groups of tourists. Here you will leave with unforgettable memories of your time spent in the heart of Kodiak’s wilderness with the Kodiak brown bear.
This remote Brown Bear viewing camp is located on the shores of Lake Clark National Park in a rugged wilderness between towering snow capped mountains and the ice cold waters of Cook Inlet. The bear viewing camp itself offers custom “Weather-Port” cabin/tents are on raised platforms and sleep two. Meals are served family style.
Fly from Anchorage to Redoubt Bay for a full day of bear viewing near Lake Clark National Park. Includes two nights lodging at the Redoubt Bay Lodge.
The highlight of this vacation is flying to one of the great brown bear habitats in Alaska; Lake Clark National Park. Here you will watch these giants feast on salmon. Of course getting there by float plane is just as exciting