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Homer Airport

Sasquatch Alaska Adventure Co. will guide you through a Life changing experience on our Alaska Bear viewing tours, guided Camping tours and Flightseeeing tours. We love Alaska and the amazing Wilderness offered to us and want to share it with you and preserve it with minimum impact to the environment. Hence our name: Sasquatch, leave only tracks…

We are a family owned and operated business in beautiful Homer, Alaska. All of our tours depart from the Homer Airport. Homer is perfectly placed to see some of the very best that Alaska has to offer! We have great access to Katmai National Park to the Southwest, Lake Clark National Park to the West and Kenai Fjords National Park to the south of us. From the Homer Airport you are only minutes away from flying above the blue glaciers and dramatic mountain peaks of the Harding and Grewink-Yalik Ice fields.

Bear visits a group of Bear viewing clients

Most of our bear viewing day tours take place along the wild east coast of Katmai National Park and Lake Clark National Park among the largest population density of brown bears in the world. Alaska has some of the most amazing scenery in the world and this is the most amazing part of the state to operate our tours.

We fly alongside active volcanoes and huge glaciers. It is considered the wilderness alternative to Brooks Camp since it gets way less human traffic. We have over 20 years combined experience flying the in Katmai and Lake Clark and we use all of that experience to maintain the very best quality bear viewing and flight tours in the entire state of Alaska. Our bear viewing base camp is moved around to different locations within Katmai National Park. This allows our camps to always be where the best opportunities are.

View over Augustine Volcano

Our evening flightseeing tours take place above Kachemak Bay State Park and Kenai Fjords National Park among the amazing mountains and glaciers along the south side of the Kachemak Bay. This uninhabited area across from Homer is often called the wild coast of the Kenai. Another option is to fly across the Cook Inlet from Homer over and among the active volcanoes.

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