How to have the best bear viewing experience in Alaska
Seeing a Bear in the wild, even for just a moment, is a rare and magical experience. Adventures may see bears in Denali National Park or other Alaskan wilderness.
More than 50,000 black bears and 35,000 brown bears range the Alaska’s untamed wilderness.
Strong, unbridled, and nomadic.
But going bear viewing at Brooks River Falls, Wolverine Creek or Katmai National Park is an entirely different experience.
Get a (virtually) guaranteed Bear Viewing
Are you ready for a virtually guaranteed viewing of anywhere between 4 and 20 bears at once, closer up than you would in Denali? Bears while fishing or splashing in the water?
While a fly-in trip is a premium price, if seeing bears in Alaska is a must-do, then we can suggest the perfect tour.
More than 50,000 black bears and 35,000 brown bears range the state’s untamed wilderness, lumbering through berry-covered hillsides and slapping at salmon-choked rivers.
Bears are the ultimate symbol of the Alaskan wild
A 5+ hour bear-viewing tour offers a unique insight into the culture.
Visitors fly over glassy backcountry lakes, cragged mountain peaks, massive ice fields, pebble beaches, golden tundra, and a wealth of rugged wilderness.
Bear Viewing Lodge
You could also consider staying in a bear-viewing lodge.
Watch the ferocious beauties spontaneously, relaxing, playing, meal time; you’re getting to stay out in the wilderness overnight.
Prices range from…
$250 walk-in tours, – $900 for remote fly-in
Best Time to Go
Mid-June to mid-August
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