Redoubt Bay is one of the easiest and most accessible locations for bear viewing from Anchorage. This half-day bear viewing trip to Redoubt Bay Lodge provides a good opportunity for bear viewing! From Anchorage you will travel 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 Redoubt Bay Lodge, you will be met by an experienced nature guide who will provide your group with an orientation of the surrounding wilderness and then take you on a half day guided bear viewing tour by pontoon boat to Wolverine Creek Cove. From the water, you are able to safely watch and photograph Alaska’s magnificent bears in their natural habitat. You will spend around 3 hours on the water while at Redoubt Bay.
Good to know: Bears (black and brown bears) are attracted to the nearby Wolverine Creek Cove for the salmon run. While bear sightings are not guaranteed, the month of July typically offers the best opportunities although bears can be spotted from the middle of June through mid-August. Your guide will insure that you receive the best possible experience. Please note that this area can also be popular by sport fishermen. Overnight guests will enjoy more privacy in the evening (see Redoubt Bay Lodge).
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Children must be 7 years old to participate in this tour.