1. Guided Expedition- Bear Viewing & Flightseeing from Homer
Fly above the glaciers and mountains of Alaska as you explore the wilderness of Alaska. Touch down and go on a hike with your guide. Look out for the bears in their natural habitat, and depending on the season, watch them eat salmon from the river. Board your plane in Homer and take off on your bush adventure. Then, fly past the glaciers, mountains, and volcanoes. After you land, hike for 3 to 5 miles (4.8 to 8 km) in Katmai National Park and Preserve. Explore the sedge meadows and salmon-filled streams with your naturalist guide. Go to Hallo Bay in the early summer, where the bears eat clams, roots, and grass. If you go in mid-to-late July, visit Moraine Creek to watch the bears catch and eat salmon from the millions of red salmon in the creek.