Engage all of your senses and make a memory to last a lifetime on an exclusive Alaskan Flightseeing and Crab Feast tour.
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Engage all of your senses and make a memory to last a lifetime on an exclusive Alaskan Flightseeing and Crab Feast tour. America’s last great frontier, Alaska is a remarkable blend of the untamed and the cultured, a veritable playground for adventure seekers of all levels.
Your experience begins with an aerial exploration of the vast wilderness of southeast Alaska. Lifting off from picturesque Ketchikan on Revillagigedo Island, you’ll soar over the Tongass Narrows and out into the crystalline blue of the Alaskan sky. From the air, you’ll have unparalleled views of quintessential elements of the Alaskan landscape and lifestyle in and around the Tongass National Forest including majestic mountain ranges and fjords, beautiful alpine lakes, and remote native communities. You may even glimpse some of the forest’s wildlife such as black bears, mountain goats, or even American bald eagles!
You’ll glide into port on the unspoiled waters of George Inlet Fjord, nestled deep in the uninhabited forest on the far side of the island, for a decadent dinner featuring Dungeness crab, an Alaskan delicacy, at George Inlet Lodge, made famous by author James Michener in his historical novel Alaska. After dinner, you’ll have the opportunity to relax, enjoy the lodge ambiance, and mull over all you’ve seen by the fire or take a stroll along the dock for one last look at the breathtaking, untouched vista that surrounds you.
Your Exclusive Flightseeing and Crab Feast tour includes:
Rich with history and vibrant with the union of nature and civilization, experiencing the pristine paradise of Alaska’s Revillagigedo Island is not to be missed. Embrace the full Alaskan wilderness experience on an exclusive Flightseeing and Crab Feast tour.
I chose this specifically for the dehavillan beaver plane. A mix up had put us on another. But the staff made a dream come true and called back the Beaver plane as it taxied in the bay. I so appreciated their wanting our trip to be just as we imagined. Thank you.
Berth II at the Ketchikan Visitor Bureau’s Rain Gauge (Ketchikan)