BEAR COUNTRY WILDLIFE EXPEDITION

BEAR COUNTRY WILDLIFE EXPEDITION


Starting At:

$219.99 / Person

*Prices may vary by sailing

Port:Ketchikan, AK

Duration:3.25 Hours

Activity Level: Moderate

Moderate

May involve varying amounts of activity (long walks, rough terrain, basic water play. May not be recommended for guests with physical limitations. Comfortable, sturdy shoes recommended.

Minimum Age: 12 Years

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The only drive-to-bear viewing tour in Ketchikan takes you on adventure of a lifetime as you view black bears in their natural habitat.

Starting At:

$219.99 / Person

*Prices may vary by sailing

Port:Ketchikan, AK

Duration:3.25 Hours

Activity Level: Moderate

Moderate

May involve varying amounts of activity (long walks, rough terrain, basic water play. May not be recommended for guests with physical limitations. Comfortable, sturdy shoes recommended.

Minimum Age: 12 Years

The only drive-to-bear viewing tour in Ketchikan takes you on adventure of a lifetime, as you view black bears at the Alaska Rainforest Sanctuary. Your Naturalist leads you along a system of trails and elevated boardwalks in search of wild bears in the heart of the rainforest. Here, large concentrations of black bear gather to feed on the huge runs of spawning Pacific salmon in the stream running through the private sanctuary. 


Bald eagle, seals, and other wildlife join the bears and can usually be seen feeding on the bountiful fish harvest.  Keep your camera ready for a myriad of photo opportunities in this wildlife mecca.  Patience is required for the best wildlife sightings and you will have plenty of time to observe the natural world from the viewing platforms.  At the trail's end, see birds of prey close up at the Alaska Raptor Center exhibition, tour a historic sawmill and watch a Master Native Totem Carver at work before exploring his garden of completed totem poles. 

NOTES

  • Minimum age is 12. 
  • Wildlife sightings are common, but not guaranteed. 
  • Wear comfortable walking shoes and warm clothing. 
  • The trail covers approximately one mile, is a combination of elevated wooden boardwalk and gravel. 
  • Tour operates July 25 - September 30.  
  • Rain poncho provided, snack includes: Smoked salmon dip, crackers, coffee, tea, hot chocolate. 
  • Children under the age of 18 must be accompanied by a guardian.

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The only drive-to-bear viewing tour in Ketchikan takes you on adventure of a lifetime, as you view black bears at the Alaska Rainforest Sanctuary. Your Naturalist leads you along a system of trails and elevated boardwalks in search of wild bears in the heart of the rainforest. Here, large concentrations of black bear gather to feed on the huge runs of spawning Pacific salmon in the stream running through the private sanctuary. 


Bald eagle, seals, and other wildlife join the bears and can usually be seen feeding on the bountiful fish harvest.  Keep your camera ready for a myriad of photo opportunities in this wildlife mecca.  Patience is required for the best wildlife sightings and you will have plenty of time to observe the natural world from the viewing platforms.  At the trail's end, see birds of prey close up at the Alaska Raptor Center exhibition, tour a historic sawmill and watch a Master Native Totem Carver at work before exploring his garden of completed totem poles. 

NOTES

  • Minimum age is 12. 
  • Wildlife sightings are common, but not guaranteed. 
  • Wear comfortable walking shoes and warm clothing. 
  • The trail covers approximately one mile, is a combination of elevated wooden boardwalk and gravel. 
  • Tour operates July 25 - September 30.  
  • Rain poncho provided, snack includes: Smoked salmon dip, crackers, coffee, tea, hot chocolate. 
  • Children under the age of 18 must be accompanied by a guardian.