Ketchikan bear watching tours

Southeast Alaska Bear Viewing Tours from Ketchikan

Anan Creek Bear Viewing

Anan Creek Bear Observatory is the best way to see bears in their natural habitat. This tour includes a 40 minute flight each way, and then a 1/2 mile walk up a trail to the Observatory deck. There, you spend 1.5 hours watching both black & brown bear fishing for the salmon making their way upstream. Anan Creek is staffed by the US Forest Service and they limit the number of people that come into Anan each year, so book in advance for this tour.

  • Price: $485 per person ( 4 person minimum)
  • Duration: 4 Hours
  • Offered: July 5th through Aug. 25th
Anan Creek Bear Viewing

Ketchikan Fly-in Fishing

Guided Traitors Cove Bear Watching

Traitor's Cove Bear Watching Observatory is another great way to see bears. This tour includes a 20 minute flight each way, a 1 mile van ride to the trail, and then a short walk to the observatory deck. From there you watch black bear feeding on the salmon that are fighting their way up stream to spawn. A guide will be there to answer any questions or provide help if you need it.

  • Price: $369 per person
  • Duration: 3 Hours
  • Offered: July 23rd through Sep. 30th
Traitors Cove Bear Watching

Ketchikan Fly-in Trout Fishing

Our bear viewing tours are available on a first come first serve basis only and they tend to sell out quickly. If you are remotely interested, you should contact us now to either make a tentative hold or to inquire about availability before the tour is sold out.

Ketchikan Bear Viewing Photos

We hope you enjoy these photos from the bear viewing tours we service.