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The Pack Creek Bear Sanctuary is one of Alaska’s most accessible, and yet most wild, bear viewing areas. A 25-minute scenic float plane ride from the capital city of Juneau is all it takes to explore what the Tlingit Indians call Kootznoowoo, or Fortress of the Bears. The Pack Creek Bear Tour is a premium package that allows just 2-5 people each day from mid-May to mid-September the opportunity to explore some of the most prime bear country on earth and to observe these amazing animals in their natural surroundings.Five-six hours spent exploring a half mile of estuarine bear habitat, with an optional one mile interpretive hike on a moderate trail through pristine old growth forest to an observation tower above the creek. Join us on the trip of a lifetime!
Guys and Gals: 5% Off Normal Package Price Listed Below for May, June, August, September