About 15 hours, including a night in the Brown Bear hide.
Easy walking. Warm clothes and comfortable footwear are necessary. It can be quite chilly at night.
End of April – beginning of July and September-October. Tour takes place every night, 17.00 – 8.00
85 EUR per person,
45 EUR per child,
190 EUR per family ( 2 adults, 3 kids),
500 EUR group until 10 person.
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Partisipants are saying
Ben Hoare from BBC Wildlife visited Natourest Brown Bear hide in May 2010
I was determined to see my fist brown bear. Not least beacuse bear tourism has become big business in Europe, with hides in Sweden and Finland offering success rates of higher than 90 per cent. By now, our party had recorded bear prints, scats and claw marks raked across tree bark, and even the remains of a boar that had been stripped to the bone by these opportunist omnivores. So we were quietly confident of observing the real thing.
Waiting for the bears to appear was nerve-racking. Two ravens and, bizarrely, a nuthatch of the ghosty northern race visited the site to pick at its flesh, while a pine marten zipped across the cleaning and vanished up a tree. And then, illuminated by the setting sun, a mother bear and her cub ambled into view.
Dipl. Biol. Sebastian Rogahn in May 2011
Watching time really was great! The adult male (Brown Bear) came out at 21:03 PM and stayed there for almost half an hour! Before there only was one red fox, a goose hawk, ravens and one magpie.