Alaska Bear Viewing Tours - custom small group Alaska bear watching tours departing from Anchorage and Seward, bear viewing tours depart daily to Katmai National park and Lake Clark National Park, 1 to 8 day Alaska bear viewing, kayaking , and fishing adventures.

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  Lake Clark National Park - Katmai National Park
Bear Viewing Katmai National ParkAlaska Bear Viewing Tours

Alaska bear viewing and seeing an Alaska brown bear up-close in Alaska's wilderness is considered the ultimate Alaska wildlife viewing and photography experience. Alaskan Bears may be encountered anywhere in Alaska, even in urban areas. Numerous close bear encounters occur every year in Alaskan cities, but nothing compares to visiting one of Alaska's bear viewing wilderness hot-spots where you can often see not just one bear but many within view.

Brown bears or grizzlies are normally solitary animals but when the salmon return to Alaskan rivers to spawn, bears will concentrate in a few hot-spots to take advantage of the abundant food source. It is only during these short periods that bears tolerate being close with their own kind. Even then fights often occur as they jostle for the best fishing position.

Wildlife can be unpredictable but Backcountry Safaris Bear Viewing tours can take you to locations where we can almost guarantee that you will encounter not just one bear, but the odds are good that you will see many.

Bear Viewing Great Alaska Camp1 Day
Bear Viewing

Departing From
Anchorage, Alaska

An action packed day including a scenic drive, a flightseeing trip to Lake Clark's National Park coastline and landing on the beach in front of a private bear viewing camp and spend some time watching and photographing the bears before flying back to Soldotna and Anchorage
Great Alaska Bear Viewing2 and 3 Day
Bear Viewing

Departing From
Anchorage, Alaska

This is our most popular Alaska Bear Viewing trip. This trip gives you time to make an intimate connection with the brown bears and to get that once in lifetime bear photo. This is a modern remote private bear viewing camp.
One of our most popular tour package
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Giant Icebergs

Departing From
Anchorage, Alaska

Our Bear Viewing and Giant Icebergs tour is a combination of our 3 day fly-in bear viewing trip in Lake Clark National Park and our 3 day Bear Glacier Wilderness Retreat sea kayaking adventure in Kenai Fjords National Park.
Alaska Bear Viewing7-Day
Bear Viewing

Savonoski Loop
Canoe Adventure

Departing From
Anchorage, Alaska

Visit Alaska's world famous Katmai National Park, land of bears and volcanos. Along the Savonoski River there's a large concentration of brown bears. The remoteness that is only accessible by canoe or kayak makes the Savonoski River one of the least visited bear viewing areas in Katmai.
Alaska Bear Viewing3-Day
Bear Viewing
and Fishing

Perfect Alaska 3 day Tour or Alaska Tour Add-on

A Great Cruise Extension Package
We will meet right at the cruise dock or your anchorage hotel. Includes a fly-in bear viewing trip, a day guided fishing trip and on the third day we offer 3 choices to make the trip your own This great shore excursion ends with return to Anchorage or cruise ship dock.

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**Tour Itineraries: Backcountry Safaris and other tour operators that we work with strive to give you a high quality Alaska experience. The tour itinerary shown on our web page is an example tour itinerary. The actual tour itinerary may vary some due to weather, safety, guest abilities and other conditions. Backcountry Safaris and other independent tour contractors reserve the right to change the tour itinerary and/or make substitutions at any time and without prior notice or to cancel all or part of any tour in its reasonable discretion, for the safety of its participants or due to insufficient number of participants signing up for a tour, because of weather, for the comfort and well being of our guests, for any other conditions that might affect the quality of tour, or as deemed necessary by the tour operator or trip leader.

Limitations of liability: Although every precaution is taken to safeguard you and your belongings, our adventure trips involve inherent risks and dangers which are beyond our control and Backcountry Safaris shall assume no responsibility for personal injuries or deaths and loss of personal property. Due to the nature of the activities, a condition of your participation is that you will read and sign the acknowledgment and Release of Liability before the tour begins. A copy of the text is available on request.
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