Bears are likely the ultimate symbol of the Alaskan wilderness because of their nomadic, unbridled and strong nature. Even for any fleeting moment, observing a bear is actually a magical and uncommon experience.
We will take visitors where they will encounter untamed Alaska brown bears in their natural environment in a number of the most incredible areas in the Alaskan Wilderness at Bear Tours, which might be approached by phone at (877) 522-9247, and is located at Boardwalk # 9, 4287 Homer Spit Road, Homer, AK, 99603.
This can be a wilderness tour, where we comprehend the bears as they go about their day-to-day life, sit in the same river banks as they quite simply do, and stroll along the same paths as they do. Visitors can anticipate to watch the bears, fishing, resting, courting each other, playing with each other, digging up clams, and grazing on sedge grass, according to the time of year the visitor elects to stop by.
Based on the route of the flight used to get there as well as the guides from Alaska Bear Viewing Tours, which could be contacted by phone at (877) 422-9247, and is situated at Boardwalk # 9, 4287 Homer Spit Road, Cannery Row, Homer, AK, 99603, the flight towards the region where the bears may be viewed take anyplace from one to two hours.
We fly our visitors in two Cessna aircraft that will land in rough places or on the soft beach, simply because they are designed with oversize tires. Each and every aircraft can carry as lots of as 5 visiting guests. Our aircraft pilots are also experienced guides, and while the aircraft are parked on the beach, we’ll hike into the park exactly where the bears are located. Guests will probably be actually assured viewing from 4 to 20 bears in the exact same time. For more details about Alaska Bear Tours please visit us at Boardwalk # 9, 4287 Homer Spit Road, Cannery Row Homer, AK, or you could possibly call us at the phone number (877) 522-9247