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Bear Viewing Lodges

Spend Time with Alaskan Bears in the Wild at Selected Lodges, amazing World-class Adventures.

We have selected the best Alaska bear-viewing lodges and bear-watching camps for their reliability and comfortable accommodations, where the bears are the center of the action! Select one of these world-class wildlife-viewing adventures as part of your Alaska vacation, and you will not be disappointed.

Do you know the difference between a grizzly bear and a brown bear? Learning about the hunting and mating behaviors and habitats of the Alaska brown bear and a grizzly bear is a fascinating experience. Combining this with being able to observe and photograph these magnificent creatures makes a stay in an Alaska bear viewing lodge truly an “only in Alaska” experience for any Alaska visitor.


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Katmai and Brooks Falls Bear Viewing

Fly from Anchorage to one of Alaska’s most famous bear viewing destinations, Katmai National Park and Brooks Falls!  Depart Anchorage early on a scheduled flight to King Salmon (approximately 1.5 hours).  On arrival, a local representative will transfer you... Browse tour

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Redoubt Bay Bear Viewing (Half Day)

Depart Anchorage on a half-day bear viewing trip to Redoubt Bay Lodge. Redoubt Bay is one of the most straightforward and accessible locations for bear viewing from Anchorage. You will travel by seaplane for a one-hour flight along a... Browse tour

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a Kodiak brown bear sow and her cub

Kodiak Brown Bear Center

The Kodiak Brown Bear Center in the Kodiak National Wildlife Refuge was developed to offer unparalleled opportunities to observe and learn about the legendary Kodiak Brown bear. Enjoy deluxe private cabins with all meals while at the lodge. Each... Browse tour

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Katmai Wilderness Lodge Bear Viewing

Enjoy one night exploring Kodiak Island. The next day board an Alaskan bush plane and fly to the remote Katmai National Park coast. On landing, lodge hosts assist with the transfer to the lodge. With various food sources for... Browse tour

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Redoubt Bay Lodge

Departing from Anchorage's Lake Hood, it is just a 50-minute flight by seaplane over Cook Inlet to the entrance of Lake Clark Pass. Nested in a 171,000-acre critical habitat area, Redoubt Bay Lodge has three rustic cabins and a... Browse tour

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