GUIDED – ANAN CREEK BEAR VIEWING
Cost: $569. Per Person, Tour Duration 4 Hours
This tour is one of Southeast Alaska’s premier bear viewing opportunities. Anan Creek is home to one of the largest concentrations of Alaska black and brown bears in the state providing a rare opportunity to see bears in their own environment chasing, catching and feeding on salmon. First you’ll take off from the Tongass Narrows in “downtown” Ketchikan. Then you’ll fly over the deep blue waters of the Behm Canal and the wilderness of the Cleveland Peninsula. Then you’ll land at Anan Creek, where your group will walk/hike unguided along Anan Creek on a boardwalk and stair walkway to the observatory. You may also see mink, marten and wolf in the area, as well as seals in the lagoon. The Anan Creek Bear Viewing trip is only offered during the pink salmon run (July-August).
Please Note: This tour is only available by special request, as permits to Anan Creek are limited. Please place your tour request as early as possible, so we can secure the permit. After you fill in the reservation form or book online, we’ll confirm the tour availability with you within 24 hours.