Alaska Sightseeing Tour Program | Homer

Homer | Seldovia | Alaska Sightseeing Tours, Halibut and Salmon Fishing Charter within Katchemak Bay, Katmai Park and Lake Clark Brown Bear Viewing Camps, Halibut Cove Cruise, Homer Air Taxi Charter and Flightseeing,  Homer Kayak and Alaska Cabin Rentals, Seldovia Sightseeing Tours from Homer. Alaska Ferry Reservation.

TAHS#1 Salmon or Halibut Fishing Charter
Your full day fishing adventure begins at 6:00 am when your boat leaves the harbor. On the way to the fishing grounds you may enjoy a snack and coffee or hot tea. Charter caught halibut weighs between 25-150 pounds, with king salmon average of 25 pounds. Watch for wildlife such as sea otters, sea lions, whales and puffins. The charter includes all fishing gear and bait. We work with experienced, coast guard licensed and insured professional fishing guides ensuring you have a safe comfortable day on the water. Your guide will assist you in the proper technique of halibut fishing as well as bait your hooks and take care of your fish. At the end of the day your fish will be filleted and bagged. Custom packaging and shipping is also available.
Departure: Daily ▶ Rate: US$225.00

TAHS#2 Redoubt Bay | Lake Clark or Katmai Bear Viewing Tour
View Alaska black and brown bears in their natural habitat on a guided, fly-out Alaska bear watching trip at Redoubt Bay Lodge – a small rustic hand-hewn lodge situated in a 171,000-acre critical habitat area.  Redoubt Bay Lodge is located 70 miles southwest of Anchorage near the dramatic entrance of Lake Clark National Park and Preserve. The area is home to one of the most concentrated and viewable bear populations in the state of Alaska. As your Alaska bear watching trip begins, bear viewing is from a covered pontoon boat with our experienced naturalist guides through the chain of Big River Lakes, host to sockeye and Coho salmon runs and popular feeding site for resident bear. This bear viewing location does attract fishermen as well as bears. Enjoy a half-day trip with morning or afternoon departures. ▶ Departure: 2x Daily from June - July ▶ Rate: US$595.00 incl. Lunch

TAHS#3 Glacier Hiking and Sea Kayaking Tour
Water taxi to the Glacier Trailhead and hike a 3-hour loop through old growth forest and glacial moraine to a glacial lake surrounded by mountains. Pick up is in Halibut Cove where our boat brings you past a puffin rookery, fjords and hanging glacier to our base camp on Yukon Island. The island is our base camp in the heart of prime paddling coastline of the U.S. Maritime Fish and Wildlife Refuge which provides great habitat for marine mammals and all sorts of nesting birds. A short paddle across Eldred Passage are 3 fjords and Kachemak Bay State Park. Here are many spots to extend your trip kayaking to beachside camp sites and hiking trails.Paddle around the island where you will find sea otters, eagles and sea caves. The trip includes guide service for the day, water taxi, kayak equipment and scrumptious lunch and snacks. ▶ Departure: Daily 08:00 - 18:00 ▶ Rate: US$199.00

TAHS#4 Silver Salmon Creek Bear Viewing
If you're looking for a day of viewing bears, Silver Salmon Creek Lodge is a great choice because the lodge operates a safe and successful bear viewing program for nearly 15 years. The guides are experienced bear guides, the bears are in their natural habitat and our unique location in Lake Clark National Park on the west side of the Cook Inlet ensures that you won't have to fight any crowds. You will be able to move freely about while observing safe bear viewing practices in the company of one of our well-trained guides. Wildlife photography is a major component of our services at Silver Salmon Creek Lodge. We are moving into the habitat of brown bears, being careful not to disturb the free-ranging nature of their movements. No permits are needed and no viewing platforms are used.
Departure: Daily ▶ Rate: US$595.00 (Flights from Soldotna & Homer)

TAJS#5 Hallo Bay Bear Camp
The camp is located on the Pacific Coast of Katmai National Park and specialized in guided Brown Bear viewing and photography. You'll fly across Katchemak Bay and the follow lush green coastline of the Alaska Peninsula which is capped with active volcanoes and massive glacier terminating in iceberg filled lakes. Lake Clark and Katmai is the habitat of one of the largest natural concentrations of Brown Bears in the world and can guarantee 100% bear viewing. The brown bears living along the Pacific Coast of Katmai and Lake Clark are for the most part, mild mannered toward humans. One of two main reasons for this is the rich bounty of natural foods available to the bears in this natural habitat. Naturalist guides are sharing their knowledge about bears. Total trip lenght 6-hours.
Departure: Daily from May - September 8:00 am ▶ Rate: US$675.00

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