A genuine encounter with the Alaskan wilderness often starts with a bush plane. And this adventure begins with a private flight across Cook Inlet, passing active volcanoes and massive glaciers before landing on a pristine beach. The stretch of sand is empty, except for the brown bears that live here - and we often see them ambling along the shore before we even land. Nearby, the sustainable bush camp provides a base for your exploration in the very midst of the bears. On the site of an old homestead, the camp front the bay in an untouched setting that looks just as it did when the first pioneers ventures into these remote wild. It's a peerless location: the camp occupies an enclave of private land surrounded by Lake Clark National Park, one of the world's most renowned bear-viewing destinations. Against the backdrop of the ice-clad Aleutian Range, this Bear Camp offers rustic luxury and total solitude - with enough beat thrills for a lifetime and then some!
What makes this trip extraordinary
- Phenomenal viewing in some of Alaska's best brown bear habitat
- Unparalleled privacy & seclusion from our fly-in wilderness camp
- Exceptional comfort in a truly remote setting
- A scenic roundtrip flight is a special bonus
- Varied bear viewing locations
- Expert naturalist guides add immeasurably to your experience