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Alaska Bear Adventures

4287 Homer Spit Rd Ste 9, Homer, AK 99603-8033
+1 877-522-9247
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Absolutely fabulous!

In early September our hilarious as well as professional pilot Derick flew us out from Homer to... read more

Reviewed 3 weeks ago
lynniecdn2017
Likely one of our favorite adventures-EVER

We flew to Lake Clark National Park and saw dozens of bears- it was truly amazing. We saw them... read more

Reviewed 13 October 2017
mkw06
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Rochester, Minnesota
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Bears Are Our Passion! At Alaska Bear Adventures with K-BAY AIR we focus all our considerable knowledge and experience EXCLUSIVELY on Your Alaska Bear Adventure. Others offer Bear Viewing as a sideline.... As a family operated business, we "live" Bear Viewing 24 hours a day from mid-May to early September. We fly bush planes to the best places in the world for Guided Wilderness Bear Viewing.Fly safely, View Safely.Please read our reviews.
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4287 Homer Spit Rd Ste 9, Homer, AK 99603-8033
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago

In early September our hilarious as well as professional pilot Derick flew us out from Homer to Lake Clark to do some serious bear watching. To be honest we had high expectations and it turned out that these were exceeded by far: to watch all...More

Thank lynniecdn2017
Reviewed 13 October 2017

We flew to Lake Clark National Park and saw dozens of bears- it was truly amazing. We saw them eating, running, playing. We got lots of great pictures. Pilots were very safety conscious. You do take a small plane to a beach, have to wear...More

Thank mkw06
Reviewed 9 October 2017

Alaska Bear Adventures maintains the #1 rating on Trip Advisor for bear-viewing tours originating from the Homer area, and they certainly live up to their reputation. My husband and I, along with our teen granddaughter, recently participated in the classic bear-viewing tour. We were assigned,...More

1  Thank Tw0jacks
Reviewed 29 September 2017

It is hard to put into words how great this was. Everyone in this company is so nice and very dedicated to safety and trying to ensure a good experience for the customers. Our flight was delayed twice and cancelled once as the weather in...More

1  Thank TerryAndLinda2017
Reviewed 21 September 2017

My daughters (aged 20 and 18) and I had a fabulous day with ABA at Chinitna Bay at the southern end of Lake Clark NP. We saw upwards of 25 bears feeding on clams and later chasing salmon on the incoming tide. We had close...More

Thank David T
Reviewed 18 September 2017

We went to Alaska for our 25th anniversary and picked out a bunch of things to do. We booked this adventure on our actual anniversary as we expected it would be a highlight of our vacation - it was. We booked months in advance. Dealt...More

Thank 341georger
Reviewed 18 September 2017

From beginning to end, this was a great experience! Our pilots were Dylan and Joe and we couldn't have asked for better guides. The first thing everyone asks is "weren't you scared?" Absolutely NOT! This company is professional, experienced and so personable! We flew to...More

Thank Lynn J
Reviewed 11 September 2017

We were very impressed with the professional approach by this company. They provided us with a thorough briefing , explaining not just what to do but why. They were extremely safety conscious and our trip was delayed until weather conditions were safe and ideal. No...More

Thank grahammN6348HP
Reviewed 9 September 2017 via mobile

I've used this company two years in a row. Both times have been fabulous viewing of bears. We were lucky to get the same guide as last year. Derick. So much fun!!!! Love his sense of humor. Highly recommend this exciting adventure.

Thank Ginger K
Reviewed 8 September 2017

We came to Alaska to see bears (and the rest of the awesome state). K Bay are an awesome outfit combining professionalism with safety and bending over backwards to do their utmost to see brown bears.You start with a briefing around noon and are fitted...More

Thank 581antonius
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hongjiewen
6 March 2017|
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Response from FlyingBearMan | Property representative |
Hello, We do allow children 8 and older on the group day trips. We allow children younger than 8 years of age on private trips. The cost of a private classic day trip is $3350. Please let me know if you would like more... More
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shtuka1981
27 January 2017|
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Response from FlyingBearMan | Property representative |
Hello, Yes, we often take children on this tour. We have an age minimum of 8 years old on the classic day trip. Sometimes families will still choose to take a private trip which is possible. This allows the family to... More
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Lee L
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Response from Darcie C | Reviewed this property |
Im just a reviewer! Not tge AlaskanBear Adventures. Call their website. Great tour!
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