Don’t miss out on these scenic plane tours

listed from least expensive to most expensive!

These prices are subject to change based on what time of year you are planning your trip and how many people you chose to bring along on your adventure!

Ketchikan Seaplane Tour: $129

 Enjoy aerial views of the beautiful town of Ketchikan on this seaplane excursion. This trip runs for 30 minutes, so it is perfect for guests who want something short and sweet. Guests will become acquainted with the totem pole parks, lakes, and alpine scenery of Ketchikan without an extended time on a guided tour. The tour also offers guests complimentary ground transportation. Pickup will be at a cruise ship dock or at a local hotel.

Misty Fjords Tour via Air: $232

This two hour plane tour takes guest soaring over the stunning Revillagigedo Island and across the rolling hills of the Misty Fjords National Monument . Snap pictures of glaciers, lakes and fjords below as you listen to an expert pilot talk about the history of the monument over your headset.

The highlight of this tour is the ability to land on a calm bay in the middle of the Alaskan wilderness. Stretch your legs and take in the scenery. Round-trip transportation from Ketchikan hotels or the cruise port is included. Don’t miss the opportunity to gaze at snow-capped mountains and breathtaking waterfalls from the air.

Denali Experience Flight-seeing Tour: $238.70

Fly within six miles of the highest peak in North America on this air tour of Denali National Park. Your expert pilot will bring you extraordinary close to Denali Mountain’s north and south summits, which reach over 19,000 ft. Guests will also experience birds-eye views of Ruth Glacier, Sheldon Amphitheater, the Great George and many more dramatic sights. This tour lasts approximately 1 hour, but time is flexible.

Why limit your experience to the air? Upgrade to cease a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity of landing on a glacier. This exclusive tour is limited to 6 people for a personalized experience. Stand amongst a peaceful world of ice and snow, and towering mountains on this intimate gem of a tour.

Scenic Flight and Crab Feast from Ketchikan: $269

Are you a big foodie? Experience this rare flight-seeing tour with an authentic Alaskan feast waiting for you when you land. This tour features two of Alaska’s top activities, sightseeing and grubbing.

Guests will first embark on an hour air tour from Ketchikan aboard an Alaskan bush plane. This specific tour is known to be abundant in wildlife. Your tour guide will help to point out animals such as bears and moose roaming the green hills.

 The plane will then land at George Inlet Lodge, where guests will enjoy a crab and smoked salmon meal. This all you can eat feast is one you won’t want to miss. The lodge serves up mouth-watering dishes such as, salad tossed in house made dressing, red potatoes roasted in olive oil, and the sweetest Dungeness crab you will ever taste. After you have stuffed yourself to the brim, curl up by the fire with an authentic Alaskan brew, or explore the forest grounds. Make sure to visit the kitschy souvenir shops for keepsakes.

To end the day, guests are escorted back to Ketchikan on a fully narrated car ride. Sit back, relax, and enjoy stories of the rich history of the town.

Exclusive Pack Creek Bear Viewing from Juneau: $799

Travel over a protected wildlife site in the Alaskan wilderness to see the highest concentration of brown bears in the world roaming free. This 7 hour float plane flight tour over Tongass National Forest, offers guests the extraordinary opportunity to observe these beautiful creatures in action.

Guests will also kayak paddle through Windfall Harbor, an inlet on the east side of Admiralty Island. If you are feeling even more adventurous, a tour guide takes 10 guests deep into the woods for an up-close experience in the ‘Fortress of Bears.’ Guests will witness large numbers of brown bears catching salmon in the rivers and romping through the hills.

This tour also includes hotel and cruise ship terminal transport, snacks, gear, and bottled water.