Whether you are a longtime Alaskan or visiting our Great Land for the very first time, our Alaskan Bear Watching Experience will become the highlight of your Alaskan memories. And with today's digital cameras and camcorders you can return home and share that experience over and over again with all your friends and family members.
Bears are probably the highest item on a visitor's list of things to see in Alaska and with a statewide Brown Bear population of over 30,000 critters the opportunities to see them are not far from wherever you are. Our viewing locations are populated with large numbers of bears, both brownies and blacks, although because these two species are competitors and enemies they tend to stay apart and avoid potential threatening encounters.
Talon Air Service's bear viewing areas are located on the west side of Cook Inlet just a 30 to 40 minute flight from our float plane base in Soldotna on the Kenai Peninsula. These short duration flights equate to more viewing time for your adventure than those visitors having to fly for an hour from Anchorage each way.