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My husband and I have returned from our Alaskan cruise and would like to send you a special thank you. You took us up last Wednesday and we loved it! You knew your terrain well and were able to show us many of the beautiful sights even though the weather was somewhat grey. Again thank you very much!
Dave & Elaine Reis
Hidden beyond the coastal rainforest and deep within the Misty Fjords National Monument lies the Alaska Glacier. This remnant of the last ice age, and the many glaciers surrounding it, are responsible for carving the Monument’s fjords. Join us on a glacier viewing tour and learn the true meaning of the word “awesome.”
Boarding our seaplane in the Ketchican, AK, harbor, we’ll soar far over incredible Alaskan scenery and have a water landing and wilderness stopover. Permits don’t allow landing on the glacier itself, but we’ll disembark the plane for an excursion that should satisfy even the most passionate photographer.
One of our pilots said of this experience, “It’s a huge trip, a journey that wraps up this entire area. It’s so far into the wilderness, it’d be harder to get more remote on this planet. People just don’t expect how big, how vast the wilderness is.”
Should weather prevent us from viewing the Alaska Glacier (snow clouds are common in these areas), your guided tour will continue as a flightseeing trip, and we’ll reduce your fee accordingly.
$389 per person (two-person minimum; solo travelers always welcome).
$329 for children 12 and under when accompanied by two adults.
Tour time: two hours: about 90 minutes’ flying time with thirty minutes of shoreline excursion.
Tour times are estimated, and may vary slightly according to wind and weather conditions.
All tours include pick-up and drop-off at the Ketchikan Visitor’s Center, right on the cruise ship dock.