Alaska’s Best Value Flightseeing
You will see more flying with us because we are in the midst of the beauty. We’re located in the mountain and glacier scenery, not an hour away from it.Ever dream of flying next to glaciers, over ice fields, or deep fjords? Or fly with a pilot who flies top professional photographers?
Alaska Floatplane Safaris – 2 days/1 night
This is the wilderness and one can’t get a more spectacular location on the western edge of Prince WillIam Sound. Fly past sheep and goats, over glaciers, beautiful Kings Bay, and by Eshamy Peak to land in a protected cove at Eshamy Bay Lodge. Once there you’ll enjoy scumptious meals, sea kayaking, hiking, and salmon fishing, plus looking a views that just don’t stop from your room or the dining deck. See Rates for choices and details.Alaska Floatplane Safaris – 3 days/2 nights
Board your float plane at Lake Hood – the largest seaplane base in the world – near Anchorage International Airport. Fly to Mt. McKinley in Denali National Park. View the tallest mountain in North America. After lunch and fuel stop back at Lake Hood, you off to Lake Clark National Park. Stay at a new, yet comfortable lodge right on the lake. After a delicious dinner that night, an enjoyable breakfast the next morning, and a packed picnic lunch you take off for Katmai National Park where you’ll be able to walk on the board walks to watch the grizzley bears fishing for salmon, fighting over a prime fishing spot, and see the cubs observing mom’s fishing techniques. Return later that day to your lodge on Lake Clark for another scrumptious dinner. After the delightful breakfast the next morning you can choose to hike, fish, or relax prior to your return to Anchorage. See Rates for more choices and details.