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Flightseeing Tours in Alaska

People often say the best views are from above, and Alaska’s wilderness proves this time and time again. We have Alaska flightseeing tours available in all of the region’s cruise destinations, so step aboard your helicopter or float plane and get ready to experience the glory of the region’s finest landscapes from the air. 

Perhaps you’d like to enjoy a Misty Fjords Flightseeing experience. Heading out from Ketchikan, you’ll fly over some of the 2 million acres of the Misty Fjords National Monument, one of the region’s most beautiful areas of wilderness set within Tongass National Forest. Expect bears, moose, mountain goats, and more, as your pilot expertly navigates you over the area’s best spots. Best of all - every seat is a window seat, so it’s epic views for all!
Anchorage cruise visitors can take part in an unbeatable helicopter flight on the Knik Glacier Landing. It’s an environment like no other, filled with icy shades of blue, which you’ll first glimpse from the air as you fly overhead, appreciating the scale of the 25-mile-long glacier. But that’s not all - you’ll also experience the otherworldly atmosphere up close on a guided glacier walk. There’s nothing quite like it. 

Or maybe you’d prefer to see the best Denali has to offer in a captivating Denali Peak Experience Flight. Not only will you see Denali National Park’s impressive 5,000-ft granite cliffs of the Great Gorge, but your 200-mile trip will also take in Kahiltna, the longest glacier in the Alaska range, and Mount Denali, the highest peak in the whole of North America.  

Our Alaska flightseeing tours are extremely popular, so book early to avoid disappointment!

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