In this article, we explore some of the questions you can ask to make a more informed decision about your Alaskan bush flight.
Flying in a sea plane into the wilderness of Katmai to watch the Alaskan Coastal Brown Bear is a one-of-a-kind adventure.
While bears are certainly the pinnacle of our bear viewing adventures, bear viewing is about so much more.
Each season has its drama, but who can be calm when you see the first cubs of the season, or cubs in general?
Proper bear viewing etiquette helps to keep bear viewing a sustainable enterprise in Katmai National Park and Preserve.
In this article, we take a look at the different months during the bear viewing season to give you a better idea of what to expect.
Emerald Air Service flies the DHC-3 Otter because it provides the classic Alaska bush experience.
This particular one has drama, tension, heart strings being tugged, sadness, and elation all in a matter of 10 minutes, truly exhausting.
Virtually anyone can go bear viewing nowadays. Join Emerald Air Service's expert guides and pilots on a bear viewing adventure in Katmai.