BVHO02 Katmai Coast | Lake Clark - Bear Viewing Day Tour from Homer

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Alaska Bear Viewing at Lake Clark National Park is the ultimate bear viewing experience. Join this impressive day trip for bear watching during your stay in Homer. Take off by seaplane and fly over the glaciers and volcanoes to the "Land of Giants", the home of the bears, in the southwest of Alaska. Experience the unique landscape from a bird's eye view - unforgettable! Your pilot will fly you to Katmai Coast / Lake Clark National Park, where the grizzlies often stay. From the plane, the mighty animals can often be seen fishing for salmon in the middle of the rivers or walking along the coasts. Depending on where the bears are, you can also watch them from the ground. The tour offers a fascinating wildlife for photographers, naturalists, national park lovers and anyone who enjoys staying in a beautiful wild environment. In any case, spectacular moments await you with the bears!

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It is a truly incredible Alaskan experience – spend a day observing the bears along Katmai Coast / Lake Clark. We will take you to Katmai National Park and the world famous Hallo Bay where Disney filmed the movie "Bears" also the latest National Geographic Wild film "The Grizzly Empire". Lake Clark has Chinitna Bay and Silver Salmon Creek. Just as exciting as the bears themselves is the route you’ll take to get to them. Our grizzly bear tours cater to both wildlife photographers and wildlife viewers. Come enjoy the remote pristine wilderness of Katmai National Park, Lake Clark National Park and more. Don’t miss this once-in-a-lifetime wilderness adventure!

Land on the Beach of Katmai National Park / 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! After three hours or more with the brown bears, board the plane for the return flight to Homer.