Summer Wildlife Tour

A journey along Turnagain Arm, home to active and feeding wild animals and on to the Alaska Wildlife Conservation Center.

Fly-In Fishing – Fly Fishing – One Day Guided

Experience some of the world’s best salmon and trout fishing in Alaska’s back country, only 20 minutes away from Anchorage by seaplane. This package is focused on those who wish to fly fish.

Fly-In Fishing – One Day Guided

Experience some of the world’s best salmon and trout fishing in Alaska’s back country, only 20 minutes away from Anchorage by seaplane.

Flightseeing – Alaska Glacier and Wildlife

Flightsee Knik Glacier; one of Southcentral Alaska’s biggest and most spectacular glaciers and towers above Knik River Valley – an area rich in vegetation, fish and Alaska wildlife.

Flightseeing – Prince William Sound Glacier Tour

Flightsee the Chugach Mountains and the pristine Prince William Sound. The Sound is a magnificent region of fjords and inlets, scores of tidewater glaciers and rich in cold water marine life habitat that is easily explored by air.

26 Glaciers Cruise with Round Trip Rail to Whittier

Ride the historic Alaska Railroad’s Glacier Discovery train from Anchorage to Whittier. Then board the MV Klondike and travel through the pristine passageways and fjords found in Alaska’s Prince William Sound. View 26 Glaciers on your journey.

Glacier Quest Cruise with Round Trip Rail to Whittier

Ride the historic Alaska Railroad’s Glacier Discovery train from Anchorage to Whittier. Then board the MV Glacier Quest and travel to Blackstone Bay, a dramatic deep water fjord where two tidewater glaciers and several alpine glaciers await.

Anchorage City Trolley

All aboard Anchorage’s favorite city tour! Hop on this historic and scenic 15 mile tour of Anchorage. Alaskan guides will share history, family stories, and explore Anchorage’s past and present.

Bear Viewing – Chinitna Bay

Up-close guided bear viewing in Lake Clark National Park. Depart from Lake Hood Sea Plane Harbor in Anchorage and fly southwest over Cook Inlet before landing on the beach in Chinitna Bay.