We absolutely believe the best way to see Alaska is from the air. Let us plan your adventure to take you soaring over glaciers, ice fields and alpine lakes, and search for moose, goats, sheep, bear and marine life such as whales, porpoise and otters. One of our favorite trips begins on a floatplane at the pristine and secluded Bear Lake and climbs out of the city of Seward. From there, the flight follows Resurrection Bay out toward the Gulf of Alaska into the Kenai Fjords National Park and your first sight of massive Bear Glacier, a river of ice flowing out of the Harding Icefield. Further into the park, you'll continue to soar. Keep your eyes open for humpback whales in their summer feeding cycles, and the Fjords’ resident orcas.
If you want to deep in to the remote backcountry, we can also book a flightseeing trip over Prince William Sound. You’ll look down on the Sargent Icefield, pristine Nellie Juan Valley, countless waterfalls, and the rugged coastline of the Sound.