Bear Viewing Tours in Katmai National Park, Alaska
From Homer to Katmai - Fly In Day Trips for Bear Viewing
Homer to Katmai | What to Bring | Bear Tours Leaving From Anchorage
Alaska Peninsula Day Trip and Katmai National Park Day Trip
Alaska Bear Tours also offers a one-day bear viewing experience that may fit a busy itinerary. Bring lots of film for the camera as we fly over the majestic mountains, remote islands, and awe-inspiring glaciers of Cook Inlet to the Alaska Peninsula or Katmai National Park, home of the world's largest population of Brown Bears.
It's an easy hike with our guide to a remote wilderness location on your bear viewing tour. Our location is dependent on the time of year. In June, mating season, the coastal sedge flats where the bears graze on spring grasses and young cubs enjoy there first summer. In late June and July, salmon draw the bears, hungry after a long winter of hibernation, to pristine waterfalls, wild running rivers and streams. Mid August and September ripe berries on the hillsides also rich with wildflowers frequently lure the bears from the salmon rich streams.
We are reminded that we are watching the same scenes that ancient Native Americans did over 10,000 years ago.
After a leisurely lunch we continue our once-in-a-lifetime opportunity in Alaska's wilderness observing and photographing these magnificent brown bears and the wildlife that surrounds them.
In late afternoon our plane returns us to Homer with exhilarating memories of an Alaskan bush adventure never to be forgotten. Leave some extra film in the camera in case we spot a pod of Humpbacks or Orcas swimming along the coast.
Rates & Reservations for Fly In Day Trips from Homer
Early reservations are the best way to secure the dates that work best for you. Email us to find out the dates available and get a verbal confirmation which will hold your reservation for ten days. A deposit is required within ten days of
email confirmation at which time a written confirmation letter will be mailed to you.
Day trips from Homer, transportation in float and wheel planes
Katmai and Lake Clark National Park
Please place a $100 refundable deposit to hold the date you desire. 50% is due to hold the reservation withing 10 days of selecting your tour and date. The balance is due within 60 days of your departue date. Cancelations prior to 60 days of your deprture incur a 10% of the deposit fee. Cancellations within 60 days of your departure date incur a 50% fee of the tour price.
Half Day $399 pp tax/park fees included (add 3% for credit card processing)
Full Day $599pp tax/park fees included (add 3% for credit card processing)
Full day $850 pp tax/park fees included ( add 3% for credit card processing)
Final payment is required within 60 days of the trips departure. Reservation made within 60 days of trip departure dates will require full payment by check. Late payments may cause release of your reservation and rebooking will again be subject to availability. We suggest you consider trip insurance. Our deposit policy is
necessary due to the following reasons; the trips are high quality, the parks are very remote, logistics are planned will in advance, the groups are small and the Alaskan travel season is short.
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alcohol, smoking and firearms.
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