Bear and Cubs Photography

Summary

Bear Centre offer some of the best opportunities anywhere in the world to view wild brown bears safely at close quarters. The probability to see and photograph a bear is 90-99 %, depending on the month, and each season about 20-30 bears visit the hide area. Some evenings several bears may be seen at the same time and the nearest bear may be a few meters from the ”Bear House”.

Tour info

Duration
16 hours
Group Size
Pricing (From)
Commentary
Meeting Point
Dropoff location

Why take this tour?

A mother bear can bring yearling cubs to the hide area in early parts of May. Although cubs are already one year old, male bears are a big threat to them, but they understand this and can escape. Yearling cubs are bigger than new-born cubs, but they are still clearly smaller than their mother. The best time to photograph cubs is during August and September when newborn cubs and yearling cubs visit the hide area regularly with their mothers. Cubs, as all bears, are omnivores and the biggest part of their diet is meat, with around one third of the diet containing berries. The yearling cubs’ life is now at the point when they are learning the basics of independent life. Their behaviour may seem unsure, dubious and even silly compared to mature fully grown bears.

What’s included?

  • Tour Guide

Frequently asked questions

Things to know

Before you book

  • Duration: 16h

  • Mobile tickets accepted

  • Instant confirmation

Cancellation Policy

    For a full refund, cancel at least 24 hours in advance of the start date of the experience.

About operator:

Bear Centre organize bear, wolverine and wolf watching and photography trip in Finland.
Established year 1999.

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