This full-day Alaska bear viewing trip from Anchorage to Redoubt Bay Lodge is everything you’d expect and more! Depart Anchorage by seaplane for a one-hour flight along a scenic route across Cook Inlet to the foothills of the Aleutian Range and the Lake Clark Wilderness Preserve. Upon arrival at the lodge, you will be met by an experienced naturalist guide who will provide an orientation about the surrounding wilderness and then take you on a guided bear viewing tour by pontoon boat to Wolverine Creek Cove. From the water, you are able to safely view Alaska’s magnificent brown bears in their natural habitat from a close distance. Due to the location and accessibility this bear watching tour fits well with Alaska itineraries starting or ending in Anchorage and provides a perfect opportunity for learning about these fascinating creatures. You will spend around 6-7 hours on the water during your bear watching tour at Redoubt Bay.
Good to know: Bears (black and brown bears) are attracted to the nearby Wolverine Creek Cove during the salmon run. While bear sightings are not guaranteed, July offers the best chance of viewing though bears are often spotted from the middle of June through mid-August. Redoubt Bay can also be popular for sport fishermen. Overnight guests will enjoy more privacy in the evening.
- Round trip flights from Anchorage
- Guided boat tour to view bears
- Lunch at the lodge
- Transfers in Anchorage available from most downtown and airport hotels
- All taxes and fees
Required at Booking
Passenger weight, date of birth, and hotel information in Anchorage.
A 2-person minimum is required for this tour to operate. Children must be 7 years old to participate in this tour.