The flight departs from Homer, passing the Mount Augustine Volcano and following the lush green Alaska Peninsula coastline. This habitat is one of the world's largest natural concentrations of brown bears. Half-day trip groups, directed by a naturalist guide, are flown to a bear-viewing area approximately five miles from the camp. An overnight campsite with complete facilities can be reserved by guests spending a night or a week.

 
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Expert Review of Hallo Bay Wilderness Bear Tours

Parks and Outdoors Review of Hallo Bay Wilderness Bear Tours

Away Travel Expert: Jeremy Pataky
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ParksExpert Rating 5.0 out of 5
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  • Katmai National Park is located 83-air miles from Homer on the Alaska Peninsula, and is 6,400 square miles in area. No roads lead into this isolated park, making Homer a reasonable base to explore the park by bush planes. Dense concentrations of brown bears are lured here by the spawning salmon.

Address:
Flightseeing based in Homer
Homer, Alaska
Price: $525


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Telephone Number: 907-235-2237
Fax: 907-235-9461
Email: hallobay@acsalaska.net
Price Information: $525
The details, dates, and prices mentioned here were accurate at the time of publication.

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