Bear Viewing

Bear Viewing

Rich forests and salmon abundant rivers and streams offers a save haven for grizzly and brown bears which are predominately found on the coastal areas of British Columbia. Here you'll find a wide range of remote lodges offering you the best bear viewing experience in their truest habitat.

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Admiralty Island Pack Creek Bear Sanctuary

Special Interest: Wildlife Bear Viewing

Day Tour | Juneau | 7 Hours 30 Mins | Departs Juneau |

Admiralty Island in Southeast Alaska is home to over 1,500 brown bears. The Pack Creek Bear Sanctuary, on the eastern shore of Admiralty Island provide visitors an opportunity to view and photograph bears close-up. A 25-minute floatplane ride from Juneau is all it takes to explore the Fortress of the Bears and view these amazing animals in their natural...

Anan Creek Bear Tour

Special Interest: Wildlife Bear Viewing

Day Tours | 4 Hours | Departs Ketchikan |

One of Alaska’s premier bear viewing opportunities, Anan Creek is home to one of the largest concentrations of black and brown bears in the state. The area presents a rare opportunity to see bears in their own environment chasing salmon. During the tour you first fly over the deep blue waters of Behm Canal and witness the wild beauty of...

Beluga Whales, Bears & Blooms

Special Interest: Wildlife Bear Viewing, Polar Bear Viewing

Wildlife Viewing | Winnipeg | 6 Days / 5 Nights | Winnipeg to Winnipeg |

Ice break-up in spring brings droves of beluga whales to the Churchill River. The beluga whales enjoy the summer months of July and August in the Churchill River where the river water is warmer than the ocean water and the whales are able to feed on crustaceans. Summer is the perfect time to visit Churchill and we offer exciting itineraries including...

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