Bear viewing is an incredible way to see Alaska's beautiful wildlife. Bears are often sighted on most of the flightseeing trips, but our Cook Inlet Bear Viewing Tour is our most common flight for viewing Alaska's Brown Bears. Sight seeing tours incur a 6% sales tax.
Cook Inlet Bear Viewing | $410.00 per person | May 25 - September 15th This flight takes us over the Cook Inlet oil platforms, past two active volcanoes (Mt. Redoubt and Mt. Iliamna) in Lake Clark National Park, and over the bays and estuaries of the western shore of Cook Inlet. We then traverse Double Glacier down to the wet lands where we quite often see Beavers, Wolves, Moose, Bears, and Seals. This flight includes a beach landing in which we will stop and stretch our legs and take pictures of the bears in their natural environment. This tour is so awesome, you get your monies worth the first 30 minutes, and the rest of the tour is free!
To make this extra FUN, Book the VIP Tour in the Widgeon! | $495.00 per person, (3 person minimum). | June 20 - September 15th If there is just one or two of you, call us to see about joining another group to meet the 3 person minimum.
Flying in the rare Widgeon is a very special experience few get to enjoy. Our Widgeon served in WWII with the Pacific Fleet rescuing Airmen, that were shot down or crashed over the ocean. They named our Widgeon Ol’ Nothin’ for Nothin’, based on the registration number N91040. About a decade after the war Ol’ Nothin’ for Nothin’ was moved to Alaska and has been working here ever since. Riding in Ol’ Nothin’ for Nothin’ on a Bear Viewing Flightseeing Tour is a very fun experience. This flight includes a water landing in which we will stop and take pictures of the bears in their natural environment. Make sure you have plenty of room on your camera memory and batteries!!! Video
If you are interested in a guided full day Bear Viewing or spending a few days at a lodge watching bears. Here are two of our favorite lodges that already have a good system in place. Silver Salmon Creek Lodge & Homestead Lodge.