Half-day Bear Viewing
Full Day Premium Trip
Take a thrilling flight in a bush plane with a small group and an experienced naturalist guide/pilot to the best locations in the world for Alaska bear viewing and photography. After a 45 to 90 min flight-seeing tour from Homer, touch down on the beach of Katmai National Park or Lake Clark National Park and hike to a premium vantage point to observe bears in their natural habitat.
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Reviewed Scenic Bear Viewing — 5 star
February 12 at 8:11pm ·
Martin was our guide and pilot for the bear watch in Alaska. It was so awesome experience, which martin doubled with his humble and exciting stories about bears and alaska mountains. I strongly recommend him, if any one going to Alaska. Don’t miss on bear watching tour with Martin.
If you don’t like large groups of people this is the company to go with. Scenic Bear Viewing has one plane. That means five people and the guide, Martin.
You get a private premium trip. Smaller groups also have a lighter impact on the bears and their habitat.
Your Pilot Martin has over 29 years of flying experience, with 15 years flying in Alaska
Guaranteed to see bears or half you money back for the flight-see.
It is our duty of your safety. In last 29 years 0% Accidents, perfect safety record
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Scenic Alaska Bear Tours
Alaska prides itself with the best wildlife viewing and adventure Eco tours that will give anyone the best outdoor vacation experience. Alaska’s most popular tourist attractions include several affordable outdoor tours and adventure like rail travel, flights around mountains and glaciers, marine wildlife and coastal scenery from popular Alaska cruises and packages, sport fishing and scenic bear viewing. Every year, hundreds of the famed mighty and nomadic Alaskan brown grizzly bears descend on a mile long stretch to feast on the largest salmon run in the world.
At Scenic Bear Viewing, we take bear viewing seriously. Hop on and take a thrilling flight in a bush plane and we’ll take you to a guaranteed scenic viewing of the best locations in the world for Alaska bear viewing. We offer only the best and affordable Alaska bear viewing trips and adventure in the region. Come enjoy the remote pristine wilderness of Katmai National Park, Lake Clark National Park and more.
Affordable Scenic Bear Viewing Trip Packages
Half Day Bear Viewing
The day begins at Homer Airport, where you’ll sign an Acknowledgement of risks form, and receive a safety briefing from our guide. Then take to the skies on a fantastic 45-min. to 90-min. flight, depending on what National park you visit. You will fly over inlets, mountains, volcanoes, and glaciers. On a clear day, you can see up to 10 volcanoes along the route.
Land on the Beach of Katmai National Park or Lake Clark National Park and walk about a mile or two from the beach through grassy meadow or river to a vantage point to observe brown grizzly bears in their natural habitat. Watch them play, clam, mate, eat sedges and later in the summer–fish for salmon in their natural habitat — a truly majestic experience! When the cubs nurse they purr like a kitten. After three hours or more with the brown grizzly bears, board the plane for the return flight to Homer, again enjoying 45 min or 90 min of the best flight-seeing Alaska has to offer. The entire trip takes either 4.5 or 7 hours.
Full Day Premium Trip
This is the trip for the group or couple that three hours with the bears is just not enough. Take a thrilling flight in a bush plane with a small group and an experienced naturalist guide/pilot to the best locations in the world for Alaska bear viewing and photography. After a 45 to 90 min flight-seeing tour from Homer, touch down on the beach of Katmai National Park or Lake Clark National Park and hike to a premium vantage point to observe bears in their natural habitat. This premium trip is an 8-12 hours total trip time. It includes multiple locations possible, 6-9 hours with the bears, 2.5-4 hours Alaskan bush flight, professional bear/naturalist guide, hip waders and free digital photos on a thumb drive.