Fly through dramatically beautiful landscapes in a DeHavilland floatplane for an iconic Alaskan experience. In this 2-hour adventure, you’ll visit Misty Fjords National Monument, where glaciers carved out the land 17,000 years ago. See an untouched world of deep fjords, lush green forest and sparkling lakes. Experience a water landing and venture out onto the floats to take in the beauty – and peacefulness – of remote Alaska.
The Misty Fjords fleet is extremely well-maintained and boasts comfortable seats and panoramic view windows. Depending on the number of people in your flightseeing group, you’ll fly in the De Havilland Otter (seats 10, the “cutting edge” in seaplanes), the De Havilland Beaver (seats 6, comfortable and reliable “workhorse”), or a Cessna 135 (seats 2-3, the “sports car” of seaplanes).
This is your chance to travel like the locals! Many Alaskans ride this bus line that motors between Anchorage, Glennallen, Fairbanks, and Tok, making stops along the way in off-the-beaten-path destinations. Every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday, you can board a van or a 20-passenger bus to travel Interior Alaska Bus Lines’ route.