When you visit a National Park and see bears in their domain, it can be a soul charging experience that will last a life time. For most people it's the highlight of their Alaskan vacation. 

From TripAdvisor:
“This is the one!”
 Reviewed August 26, 2016 via mobile

Superb experience, wonderful tour. Martin is a great pilot, and an even better guide. His knowledge is amazing, not only of bears and planes, but everything Alaska. We could not have purchased a better tour. If you want to see bears, and get as close as safely possible, this is THE experience you want! Go with Martin, you won't regret it!

Visited August 2016


“Still the one!”
 Reviewed June 29, 2016 via mobile

I returned to Homer this year for one reason -- to fly with Martin Boland's Scenic Bear Viewing and photograph brown bears. This is his first season since he formed his own company with a Cessna 206, so personalized service is a specialty. Thirty years of flying experience, several years flying for bear-viewing, and deep knowledge of bear behavior have made him the only choice for bringing home amazing photos. He is still a bear magnet! In June I returned home with superb shots of cubs playing and nursing as well as older bears clamming, foraging for sedges, and play-fighting. Martin is still the one and in my opinion your best choice for bear-viewing.

 ​​​​​​     HOMER, ALASKA

Alaska Bear Viewing broadens the mind and gives each of us a different perspective on life. Get out and experience Alaska! You'll love it. Reserve your adventure today.

Alaska Bear Viewing Tours

Questions? Call Martin at 907-884-2655

When you travel with us, you can trust that we'll take care of you. Your Pilot/Guide Martin has 29 yrs of flying experience and bear guiding for 4 years.

We fly to Hallo Bay in Katmai or Lake Clark National Park and land on the beach. Both are wild remote parks that you can not drive to. There is no viewing platforms or crowds of people.