About Scenic Bear Viewing
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Had a fabulous trip with Martin. We had a wonderful encounter with a bear. A really beautiful moment. We were then treated to a wonderful scenic flight over a volcano on our way back to Homer. Martin was very knowledgeable and took good care of...More
We decided to make bear viewing a highlight during our 4 weeks expedition trip in Alaska. We decided to book a tour with a locally owned company. We could not make a better choice. Let me start with Martin - a very passionate person with...More
We flew in Martin's plane to Silver Salmon Creek on Lake Clark National Park and Preserve to view bears. Did we ever! The flight was spectacular- Flew near volcanos, glaciers and turquoise lake to land on a beach. A short walk to a meadow, and...More
A quick 30 minute plane ride is all it takes to view bears in their natural habitat. Sows with cubs, fishing for salmon, is better than any trip to a zoo. Professionally operated by a pilot with over 30 years flying experience, as well as...More
Thank You Very Much For The Review and Spending Your Time Making It!
This was our first trip with Martin and we will return. Weather postponed our trip but Martin worked with us to make sure we had this amazing experience. Martin is very knowledgeable about bears and freely shares his expertise so his customers & the bears...More
Thank You Very Much. It was my pleasure taking you to see the bears.
We've gone out with Martin before, and had an excellent time. Martin is extremely knowledgable about bears, and knows how to read their body language to keep everyone (us and the bears) safe. We were lucky enough to get quite close to the bears, including...More
Our trip started out being delayed due to weather. We were appreciative that Martin was all about safety first. He then rescheduled us the next day. He is an excellent pilot from this non-pilot, but family of four father's perspective. Upon landing, we immediately embarked...More
We had a great flight over to Lake Clark where we landed on the beach. After a short walk we were able to take our time watching a mama bear teaching her cubs to dig clams. Martin was very considerate of what we were able...More