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Join us on one of our classic Alaska bear viewing explorations to discover the magnificient creatures in their untouched wild habitat

This is a wilderness bear tour; we walk along the same trails as the bears do, sit on the same river banks as they do, and observe them as they go about their day-to-day life. There are no barriers, fences, or platforms separating us from the bears and other wildlife. Depending on the time, you can expect to see the bears grazing on sedge grass, digging up clams, playing together, courting each other, resting, and fishing.
All of our tours fly past glaciers, active and inactive volcanoes along the rugged coastlines of Katmai National Park and Lake Clark National Park. They are perfect for professional and amateur photographers, naturalists, wildlife viewers, national park enthusiasts, and anyone who enjoys spending time in a beautiful wilderness!
Bear viewing is our passion, we are committed to a sustainable business. On our tours in the parks, we follow strict leave-no-trace policies and behave in a way that has the least impact on the bears and other wildlife. Like the sasquatch, our goal is always to leave only tracks.

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