Hallo Bay Bear Camp -
Alaskan Wildlife Viewing
is an eco-friendly camp located 120 air miles southwest of Homer,
Alaska on the wild and remote Pacific Coast of the Alaska Peninsula.
The Alaska Peninsula is a part of an area called "The Ring of Fire"
a volcanically active chain of volcanoes located on the leading edge
of the Pacific Tectonic Plate.
There are no access roads within 300 miles walking distance
of Hallo Bay. On the Alaska Peninsula, Hallo Bay is
approximately 25 miles south of Cape Douglas and 6 miles
east of Kaguyak Volcano. Hallo Bay Camp is located a stones
throw from the Pacific Ocean and surrounded by the 6400
square mile Katmai National Park on the remaining three
sides which also has no roads leading to it.
Hallo Bay has one of
the most beautiful beaches and wildlife viewing areas in Alaska. The
variety of bear viewing areas offer many different opportunities to
observe Alaska's coastal brown bears in their natural habitats. Big
River and Clint's Creek, which are located to the north and south of
the Camp respectively, produce an excellent variety of seasonal
salmon runs. The coastal tidal flats offer good clam digging and
sweet sedge grass meadows for the feeding brown bears.
Hallo Bay is
the only Eco-sensitive facility of its kind designed exclusively for
bear and wildlife viewing on the 485-mile long Pacific coastline of
Katmai National Park. There are no public services, marked trails or
airports available in Katmai National Park within 70 miles of Hallo
Bay. The Mc Neil River Wildlife Sanctuary located 30 miles north of
Hallo Bay is the only other facility equal to Hallo Bay offering
eco-responsible, sustainable and unspoiled wildlife viewing in the
entire Southwest Alaska coastal brown bear habitat areas.
Hallo Bay, Alaska
Toll Free: 888-535-2237