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The Bush Hotels

Hallo Bay Bear Lodge

Pros

  • Truly wild bear viewing
  • Ecofriendly, with solar and wind power and composting toilets
  • Gourmet meals

Cons

  • Rustic
  • Shared bathrooms
  • Expensive
  • Departs from Homer only

Updated 08/19/2014

Fodor's Review

At the northern end of the bay, this is an ecofriendly camp that has been running half-day to multi-day bear-viewing trips for 22 years. Guests stay in rustic yet comfortable heated platform tents or heated cabins and enjoy gourmet meals in an enclosed kitchen. This is true wild bear viewing: no platforms, just the scenery and the bears, who are very much at home. The price tag for a one-night introductory tour includes a round-trip floatplane fare from Homer, meals, lodging, and naturalist guide services.

Hotel Information

Address:

unknown, Alaska, United States

Phone:

888-535–2237; 907-235–2237-Homer office

Website: www.hallobay.com

Hotel Details:

  • Closed Oct.–mid-May
  • 5 cabins
  • Rate includes All meals

Updated 08/19/2014

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