Alaska Bear Viewing | Ninilchik Alaska
Then the adventure begins…
A day of Alaska Bear Viewing
Once we enter Lake Clark National Park, we will skiff all guests to shore and begin our adventure. Beyond the marsh, Alaskan brown bears gather to feed, giving us the perfect opportunity to scout from a safe distance. As a rule, we generally expect to see anywhere from 10-20 Alaskan brown bears. From big males (Boars) to Females (Sows) with cubs, you’ll truly have the chance to experience Alaska bear viewing. Now that you’re hooked for a thrilling adventure, let’s get you ready!
You’ll want to bring the following:
Rain gear, packed lunch/ snacks, water/ beverages, hip waders for getting on and off the skiff, and don’t forget your camera’s!
Trip Duration: 4-6 hours
$675 per person
Boat vs. Plane
Interested in booking Alaska Bear Viewing via boat instead of a plane? Here’s why we agree! Coupled with Alaska Bear Viewing, you also get the opportunity to see more wildlife when touring via boat. In particular, you’ll see ocean wildlife such as Ocras, porpoises, sea otters, seals, a variety of seabirds, and much more! Don’t forget the volcanoes and close up Alaskan scenery along the way!
Furthermore, touring via boat allows for more advantage on weather days! Besides, touring via boat allows our guests to get up close and personal without the substantial costs of an airplane.
Boat Details | 6-Pack
Our 30Ft 6-packs are ideally suited for this adventurous excursion. They comfortably hold 6 people with an enclosed cabin to safely transport you to the action. Once on shore, we’ll walk observe brown bears in their natural habitat digging for clams and enjoying a day in the sun.
Some additional features of our vessel are:
Restroom: YES | Heated Cabin: YES
USCG Inspected and Certified
USCG Certified Captain
Two Experienced Deckhands