Yes, you can walk alongside bears in their natural habitat. Your expert guide will ensure you are entirely safe during your bear watching. Katmai National Park has no roads, so you will first need to fly here. And it’s remarkably how consistent the bear sightings can be.
Suddenly you see your first bear. Large, furry, a living token of nature’s power. And then, another one, and another, and a whole group. They graze on sedge grass, dig up clams on the shore, play together, or simply rest. You may catch them fishing for salmon on the stream, or even courting.
All these bears desire is to be free to live their lives. Here, in this protected, remote area, they can do just that. And you can walk close to them, without disturbing them, and enjoy their presence.