North America Alaska Land Tour

Alaska Bear Camp Adventure

The Alaska Bear Camp Adventure provides a small group with exclusive access to a remote, off-the-grid tent camp in premier bear viewing territory: Bear Camp Alaska. Enjoy the opportunity to live amongst Alaska’s coastal brown bears in their frequented habitat along Cook Inlet in Lake Clark National Park.

This multiday, immersive experience stands apart from other Alaska bear viewing tours. Access the roadless camp via a private bush plane flight featuring views of active volcanoes and massive glaciers, complete with a beach landing and takeoff. Enjoy regular guided opportunities to explore the grasslands, marsh and forest that surround the pristine camp that once was a private homestead but now sits in a national park.

Highlights of Alaska bear camp overnight adventures include springtime mothers and cubs followed by large males feeding on salmon runs at the height of summer, gourmet meals, and the solitude afforded by a fly-in basecamp. Hosting bear-viewing guests for decades, this property and its staff provide an exclusive immersion into the daily life of brown bears.

This trip begins with an overnight at Land’s End Resort, located at the end of the famous Homer Spit on wildlife-rich Kachemak Bay. The remainder of the trip is based out of the remote tent camp, which features solar power, an on-site chef preparing gourmet meals, protective electric fencing and passionate guides. Enjoy this remote outpost, complete with creature comforts, with 14 or fewer total guests.

Read on for details about this trip, or learn more about AdventureSmith’s Alaska land tours or all Alaska trips by land and sea.