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Full-Day Sightseeing and Bear Watching Trip

Full-Day Sightseeing and Bear Watching Trip - Homer, Alaska

Duration: 12 hours
Location: Homer, Alaska

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$6400.00

Take a thrilling flight in a bush plane to a national park for bear viewing. Fly out of Homer and touch down in the peaceful wilderness of Katmai National Park or Lake Clark National Park ... More info ›

Take a thrilling flight in a bush plane to a national park for bear viewing. Fly out of Homer and touch down in the peaceful wilderness of Katmai National Park or Lake Clark National Park. Hike to a premium vantage point and observe bears in their natural habitat. This tour lasts 8-12 hours and includes multiple locations.

Meet your guide at the Homer airport for your departure. Sign a waiver and listen to the safety briefing before taking to the skies on a 45-90 minute flight depending on which national park you visit. Visit Katmai or Lake Clark National park, depending on the conditions and where bears have been spotted.

Land on the beach at the park and walk one to two miles from the beach to a vantage point to observe the bears in their natural habitat. Watch them play, mate, eat, and fish in their natural habitat.

After about three hours observing the bears, board the plane and take off to another location for more observations. The tour concludes back at the Homer airport.

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Alaska Bear-Viewing Day Trip from Homer

Alaska Bear-Viewing Day Trip from Homer - Homer, Alaska

Duration: 6 hours
Location: Homer, Alaska

From USD
$695.00

Observe wild Alaskan Bears in their natural habitat on this 6-hour day trip from Homer. Depart by bush plane and fly over volcanoes and glaciers en route to viewing locations in either Katmai or Lake Clark National Park and Preserve ... More info ›

Observe wild Alaskan Bears in their natural habitat on this 6-hour day trip from Homer. Depart by bush plane and fly over volcanoes and glaciers en route to viewing locations in either Katmai or Lake Clark National Park and Preserve. You'll spend several hours on the ground while your pilot/guide narrates the behavior of Coastal Brown (aka Grizzly) bears.

Board a Bush Plane at Homer Alaska Airport for a small-group trip to Katmai National Park & Preserve or Lake Clark National Park (depending on weather and Bear activity), both of which offer unparalleled bear-viewing opportunities. The exact location will change throughout the season as Alaska's coastal brown bears follow their food source, which moves from sedge meadows and clamming in the spring to chasing wild salmon later in the summer.

Fly past glaciers and volcanoes en route to your destination  Upon landing, prepare to hike up to 3 miles (4.8 km) over uneven, soft, or muddy terrain to  views of grizzlies roaming and hunting for food in their natural environment — sightings guaranteed. 

You'll spend approximately 3 hours on the ground in this wild bear habitat and learn from your guide about safe viewing practices along the way. Then hop back aboard your aircraft for the return flight to your starting point.

Please note: fish products and bear spray of any kind are prohibited on this tour.

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Alaska Bear Country Day Trip to Katmai or Lake Clark by Airplane

Alaska Bear Country Day Trip to Katmai or Lake Clark by Airplane - Homer, Alaska

Duration: 6 hours
Location: Homer, Alaska

From USD
$680.00

Take an unforgettable day tour from Homer, Alaska, into the epicenter of one the world’s largest concentrations of brown bears. Witness wild bears in their natural habitat as your expert guide takes you into deep into Katmai National Park or Lake Clark National Park for safe, close encounters with these powerful giants ... More info ›

Take an unforgettable day tour from Homer, Alaska, into the epicenter of one the world’s largest concentrations of brown bears. Witness wild bears in their natural habitat as your expert guide takes you into deep into Katmai National Park or Lake Clark National Park for safe, close encounters with these powerful giants. During the short round-trip flight you’ll see glaciers and volcanoes as you soar over the rugged Alaskan coast. Your small-group tour ensures personalized attention from your guide. All flights and some gear are included.

Looking for an amazing wilderness experience with wild Alaskan brown bears? You’ll get one on this 6-hour tour to one of the most astonishing places in Alaska. From the airport in Homer, you’ll fly in a small 6-seater plane over rugged coastline dotted with glaciers and volcanoes on the way to either Katmai National Park or Lake Clark National Park. It takes up to 1.5 hours to reach Katmai and up to 45 minutes to reach Lake Clark, depending on weather conditions.
When your plane lands, you’ll be in the middle of the world’s largest population concentration of brown bears! Your guide will give a safety briefing and tips for interacting with the bears before setting out.
Follow your guide along the same trails and riverbanks that the bears call home. Be amazed as you watch bears grazing on sedge grass, playing together, digging up clams, fishing, courting and mating. No barriers, fences or platforms separate you from the bears and other wildlife on this truly wild tour.
You might spot wolves, foxes, harbor seals, sea otters, eagles and many other birds during the outing. The tour provides an amazing wildlife experience for photographers, naturalists, national-park enthusiasts and anyone who enjoys spending time in a beautiful wild environment.
You must be able to walk at an easy to moderate pace for three miles in three hours on mostly level terrain. It is recommended to bring an energy-boosting snack to eat during the tour. Due to the sensitive environment, fish products are not allowed and meat products are discouraged.
You’ll want to carry a well-equipped day pack with necessities such as binoculars; camera and extra battery/memory card; insect repellent; sunscreen, hat and sunglasses; water bottle and warm waterproof clothing. Please see Additional Info for more details.

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