Near the southern tip of the Alaskan panhandle is the city of Ketchikan, renowned for its wild, untouched Alaskan landscapes of fjords, valleys, mountains, and glaciers. While views from land and water are certainly spectacular, the very best perspective is from above. Read on for seaplane tour options of Ketchikan.
Take to the air aboard a floatplane for bird’s-eye views of Misty Fjords National Monument, Behm Canal, Saxman Totem Park, Totem Bight Historical Park, Prince of Wales Island, and the islands of the Alexander Archipelago.
Enjoy views you can’t get by road or by boat, all with a guaranteed window seat.
Learn about the natural features of the Southeast Alaska from your knowledgeable pilot.
Spot brown bears, mountain goats, harbor seals, humpback whales, and other wildlife from above.
Step off your cruise ship and onto a floatplane for the ultimate shore excursion.
Air tours last between 90 minutes and three hours, depending on the option you choose.