The mountain snow pack is melting, causing streams in the valley's to grow. Shrubs and trees along the streams are starting to sprout green leaves. Bears are crawling out of dens with their new little cubs. Beavers are busy building dams.
And clouds are casting beautiful shadows across it all, as far as the eye can see...
Lots of people want to see wild bears in their natural habitat -
but only a few actually go see them.
We'd love to take you to our favorite wild bear watching location!
You'll be surrounded by streams where giant Coastal Brown Bears swipe wild salmon right out of the water, tidal flats where they teach their cubs to dig for clams at low tide (see below), and the Aleutian Mountain Range backdrop, which includes the active volcano Mt. Iliamna which is almost covered in glaciers!
You're almost guaranteed to see giant Coastal Brown Bears during July and August.
Flights fill up quickly though so book your seat today!