Wild Bear Viewing is Alaska’s most exciting outdoor event. Our wilderness fly in Bear Camp is considered the most intimate such venue in the state.
This deluxe “Glamping” wilderness camp has won awards from National Geographic and Outside Magazine and was used as the filming base camp for Disney’s new film “Bears”. The film crew said of all their worldwide travels in Bear country, our camp was the most comfortable and favorite for their work.
No where will you see the concentration of feeding bears than at our private property, surrounded by the Critical ‘Bear Habitat” in Lake Clark National Park. Bear Camp is very comfortable with high Tech “Weatherport” tents complete with wooden floors and metal doors, beds with mattresses, en suite privy, hot water bottles and nearby environmentally friendly private showers. Yoga classes’ occasionally occur on the beach.
Happy Hour and hors d’oeuvres highlight the late afternoon and food is flown in daily and finished off with local clams, herbs and fresh caught salmon by our resident chef, Heidi. And Caprice and her experienced staff will guide you to the camouflaged viewing stations to maximize your time with the 60 resident Brown Bear that you will came to know by name.
Bear Camp can be included in many of the Great Alaska Adventures itineraries or it can be a stand alone 1, 2 or 3 day adventure.
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