Alaska Bear Viewing
Alaska Bear Viewing
Alaska Bear Viewing
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Alaska BearCamp®

Our award - winning Alaska Bear Viewing Camp is located on the shores of Lake Clark National Park, in a rugged. inaccessible and incredible wilderness. 

Named "North America's best Bush camp" by Outside Magazine and one of  "America's Best Adventures" by National Geographic traveler,  Alaska BearCamp®  sits in a virtual time machine...between the towering snow capped mountains of the Alaska Range and the ice cold waters of Cook Inlet.  Accessible only by air or water,  It has been called "The Alaska of my dreams" and "all I imagined it could be" by past Great Alaska guests.  You may enjoy the trip via one of our extended Alaska Adventure travel trips, or as the perfect  1, 2 or 3 day add-on to your independent tour of Alaska.

Alaska Bears feeding on SalmonThe Home of the Bears...

In the early spring, female Brown Bear (Ursos Arctos) leave their dens with young in tow, to feed on the succulent saltwater and sedge grasses found around Chinitna Bay, and Alaska BearCamp. This allows us the opportunity to view and photograph these magnificent animals without negatively impacting them, in their own environment.  Like the grasses and salmon they feed upon, the bears are transitory – following the most available food source.  The camp is open from June 1 through very early September.

The Bears of AlaskaYour exciting bush plane flight to the camp will fly by the peaks and glaciers of two of Alaska’s most famous volcanoes (Mt. Redoubt and Mt. Illiamna) and, as Alaskan's have been doing for 60 years, land on the beach directly in front of Alaska BearCamp®.  This true roadless wilderness will become one of the most memorable parts of your vacation.  Our private the camp is perfectly situated between the ocean shore and the sedge grass - rich meadows and a salmon spawning stream.  This is critical Wild Alaskan Brown Bear Habitat.

So unique is this intimate location that Disney used Alaska BearCamp® as a primary base camp for much of the 2012 and nearly all of 2013 to film the new movie “Bears”.  Nowhere in Alaska is the bear viewing as consistently productive as our camp, due to the season - long availability of food.  In the Spring, sedge grass is waiting for the bears as they emerge from their dens in (perfect feed for the young  cubs as they learn the ropes of wilderness life!) and then, of course the returning salmon of July and August allow the bears to gorge upon the protein so critical to putting on fat to hold them over the long winter.    Our one of a kind camp, with it's private, camouflaged viewing platforms allow you to safely view and truly experience North America's Alpha Carnivore.

One Day Bear Viewing2 day Bear Viewing Adventure from Anchorage- R/T transfers from your Anchorage Hotel (downtown hotels only), lunch at the main lodge, R/T flights to the BearCamp® and minimum 20 hours on the ground.   Return to your hotel approximately 9:00 pm on day two.  Spice up our cruise or RV tour with true wilderness!

3 day 2 night Bear Viewing trip3 day Bear Viewing Adventure from Anchorage- R/T transfers from your Anchorage Hotel (downtown hotels only), lunch at the main lodge, R/T flights to the BearCamp® and minimum 44 hours on the ground.   Return to your hotel.

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