Flightseeing – Anchorage Flightseeing Safari

30 minutes

$110 + $9 Tax & Fees – Per Person

May 1 – December 1, 2017

Flight times may vary

On this 1/2-hour Anchorage flightseeing tour, you explore Anchorage and the western front of the Chugach Mountains (A.K.A., Anchorage’s mammoth backyard).

Get a unique perspective of Anchorage, nestled peacefully between the Chugach Mountains and Cook Inlet. Depending on the weather and mountain conditions, your pilot will choose the most scenic and interesting flightseeing option for you. One option is to soar above the Chugach Mountains, the dramatic backdrop to Anchorage, Alaska. These stunning peaks rise abruptly from the shores of Turnagain Arm and Cook Inlet, extending 300 miles across thick hemlock-spruce forests and rugged Alaska mountains. Another option is to explore Cook Inlet, Turnagain Arm or Knik Arm, spotting for Beluga whales or moose. Rest assured, we’ll take you for a sea plane adventure which will show you a new view. Highlights: Spot Dall sheep clinging to steep rocky slopes. Watch for beluga whales chasing the tide into Turnagain Arm. Hear fascinating Alaska facts relayed by an experienced and interesting Alaska bush pilot. Includes: A window seat and 2-way headset. Rich knowledge (and personality) of an Alaska bush pilot. A summertime only courtesy transfer from Anchorage airport and some hotels.

Posted in Anchorage Day Tours, Flightseeing.