A Lake Clark National Park bear viewing day tour out of Anchorage via seaplane provides an Alaska experience of a lifetime. Depart from Lake Hood Floatplane Airport in Anchorage and fly southwest over Cook Inlet toward the Chigmit Mountains. Enjoy spectacular views of the Alaska and Aleutian Mountain Ranges and two active volcanoes – Mt. Redoubt and Mt. Iliamna – before landing in Crescent Lake within Lake Clark National Park and Preserve. You will disembark at Redoubt Mountain Lodge where knowledgeable guides escort you by boat to lakeside areas to view bears feeding on spawning Alaska salmon. About 6-7 hours will be spent with guided bear viewing. This bear watching flight safari from Anchorage offers a great adventure for wildlife enthusiasts!
Note: While bear viewing is not guaranteed, the most reliable bear viewing in this area occurs within the dates listed for this tour.
- Transfers to and from most Anchorage downtown and airport hotels
- Roundtrip floatplane flight from Anchorage
- Guided bear viewing
- All taxes and fees
Required at Booking
Body weight, date of birth, and hotel information in Anchorage.
Children must be 7 years old to participate in this tour.