Discover the Best Bear Viewing in Alaska with us on this Full-Day Bear Viewing Tour


The only bear viewing tour from Seward, Alaska! Discover some of the very best bear viewing in Alaska with us on this full-day bear viewing tour in Lake Clark National Park. We’ll be exploring endless miles of bear habitat in Lake Clark National Park. As always all gear, lunch, ground transportation and airfare is included along with an expert Bear Guide. Quite simply, we do bear viewing better than anyone. Our Bear Guides are just that, Guides, they are not pilots attempting to be Bear Guides. We leave the flying to our pilots and let our Bear Guides do what they do best, show you bears in a safe, and friendly manner that’s not disruptive to the bears.

Alaska Bear Viewing Adventure

From: $1,297 per person

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PLEASE NOTE: This tour regularly sells out… We highly recommend booking as soon as possible to avoid missing out!

Tour Details


$1,297 per person, plus tax and NPS land fee


12 Hours

Meeting/End Location

11724 Seward Hwy, Suite A, Seward, AK 99664
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Max Group Size

5 guests / plane
*4 person minimum is required per tour


Minimum age is 5 years old

Tour Location

Lake Clark National Park coastline. We choose the best location based on the timing of your tour.


  • Round-trip ground transportation from Seward
  • Bear Viewing in Lake Clark National Park
  • Discover interesting bear facts, stories, and local history from your friendly guide
  • Spot Alaska’s iconic volcanoes along the way and see the wilderness in entirely new ways
  • Stunning waterfalls, snowcapped mountains, and bears all around


  • This tour is rated as Moderate
  • Some people may find this terrain difficult to travel in
  • We regularly walk distances of 3-5+ miles during the tour
  • The further you can hike the more opportunities we have to access different parts of the overall area
  • The terrain is soft sandy beach, muddy and slippery estuaries, and lots of stepping up and down and over muddy, slippery sloughs, possible small creek crossings

What’s Included

  • Professional Bear Guide
  • Round-trip ground transportation from Seward to Kenai
  • Round-trip bush flights to the backcountry – flights depart from Kenai
  • Deli-style lunch – turkey wrap, granola bar, and piece of fruit (dietary options available)
  • Interpretive guided hiking on this small group tour
  • Rubber boots or hip boots (not needed for all areas)

What’s Not Included

  • Gratuities for your guide
  • Travel Insurance is *Required* for this tour

Important Notes

  • Please arrive 30 minutes early to check-in and get set up
  • There are no bathrooms in the plane, or in the backcountry, though facilities are available before and after your tour
  • You must have a reasonable level of fitness and be able to walk the distances listed on soft, muddy, slippery, and uneven terrain
  • Children/Youth must be able to hike the distances listed, and must be well behaved and mindful of guide/parent/guardian instruction. For families with young children consider booking a private trip (call for details). Under 18 years old must be accompanied by an adult.

What to Bring

  • Bring snacks, and a water bottle (water can be filled at our office)
  • Sturdy, well broken-in hiking boots or shoes
  • Waterproof rain jacket required, rain pants highly recommended
  • Dress for current weather conditions
  • Camera, sunglasses, sunscreen, bug spray, and any personal items
  • Cash or Venmo for pilot & guide gratuities (recommended)

Cancellation Policy

  • Free Cancellation up to 60 days in advance 
  • Tours run rain or shine


While we do accept last-minute bookings, our tours regularly sell out. To get your preferred choice and to avoid missing out, we highly recommend booking as soon as possible. 

Tour Overview


Quite simply, we do bear viewing better than anyone. Adventures in the backcountry are our bread and butter. It’s all up to the bears and the time of season, but we like to take our guests to areas that aren’t crowded and require waiting in line just to stand on a man-made platform in hopes of seeing a far away glimpse of a bear. There’s something about watching bears from a wooden deck that feels a bit like zootopia… Maybe it’s just that we’re so used to seeing bears in their natural habitat all over the backcountry of Alaska, that a wooden platform seems so out of place. Also, our Bear Guides are just that, Guides, they are not pilots attempting to be Bear Guides. We leave the flying to our pilots and let our Bear Guides do what they do best, show you bears in a safe, and friendly manner that’s not disruptive to the bears. Join us and you will experience something AMAZING!


World-class bear viewing in Lake Clark National Park, with round-trip ground transportation from Seward. Fully guided by professional bear guides, including round-trip bush plane flight, and a delicious picnic-style lunch!

KBA is the only company offering Bear Viewing trips departing from Seward. Entrust KBA to guide you on the most exclusive custom bear viewing adventure, and enjoy an intimate bear viewing experience in the remote backcountry of Lake Clark National Park.

A small group tour led by experienced bear guides to the best Alaska bear viewing and photography observation areas in Lake Clark National Park. After an exhilarating flightseeing tour from Kenai you’ll touch down in Lake Clark National Park and be led by your guide to a premier location to observe bears in their natural environment.


Your experience begins in Seward when your KBA Guide greets you at your place of lodging, or at a designated meeting point (cruise port, etc). You’ll then be transported to our flight office in Kenai; approximately a 2.5 hour scenic drive. But don’t worry, we make the drive a fun “road trip” experience, stopping for photos and looking for wildlife along the way!

From our Kenai office, you’ll fly in a bush plane all the way to Lake Clark National Park. The scenic flight offers up opportunities to see steaming snowcapped volcanoes, massive glaciers, and maybe even some wildlife.

Once you arrive in the backcountry there’s always a chance that the bears may greet us near the airplane as they frequently roam through the area. We’ll set off looking for bears, a nice walk on the beach, through grassy meadows, and to a quiet place to observe bears in their natural environment.

After about 6 hours, you’ll arrive back in Kenai after yet another round of the best flightseeing Alaska has to offer. Then it’s back to Seward on another scenic drive. This trip is fully guided by Kenai Backcountry Adventures.

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11724 Seward Hwy, Suite A
Seward, AK 99664

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