We fly to Hallo Bay in Katmai or Lake Clark National Park and land on the beach. Both are wild roadless Parks. There is no large crowds of people where we go.
Photo taken by Martin Boland Sept 2017 on one of our Classic trips with clients.
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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. People tell us it was highlight of their Alaskan vacation.
Bear Viewing in Alaska broadens the mind and gives a different perspective on life. Get out and experience Alaska! Don’t miss this once-in-a-lifetime adventure!
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Grizzly Bear Viewing Alaska
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[5 of 5 bubbles] Reviewed August 7, 2016 via mobile
Martin, the owner, went out of his way to give us a great experience. We were viewing bears and on the beach for five hours. We also got a special aerial tour of one of the mountains! Martin just wanted us to enjoy our day. I accidentally left my camera lens and case on the beach and Martin so kindly retrieved it a couple of days later. I highly recommend this trip. Martin also accommodated a change in dates for the viewing due to weather conditions. I really appreciated his flexibility.
-Visited August 2016
When you fly with us, you can trust that we'll take care of you. Your Pilot/Guide Martin has 32 yrs of flying experience, over 13,500 hours with 5 years bear guiding; all with a perfect safety record.