What To Do In Alaska


FLIGHTSEEING


Lake Clark Air
Daily flights through Lake Clark Pass, provide access to some of Alaska's most spectacular scenery - glaciers, bears, caribou, mountains.

Anchorage Aero
Take advantage of our life long Alaskan experience and first hand knowledge of flying and exploring in our great state.

Ellison Air
Ellison Air seaplanes are specially equipped and meticulously maintained. All passengers are given a window seat and a voice activated headset to assure quality narration and communications with your pilot/guide.

Davidson Aviation
If you're looking for a real Alaskan flying adventure Davidson Aviation can make your Alaska vacation a unique experience.

Meekins Air Service
Meekin's Air Service provides flightseeing trips over the Chugach Mountains, tracks wild animals for the Federal Fish and Wildlife Service.

BOAT CHARTERS


Alaska Waters
Alaska Waters, offering guided tours to AnAn Bear Observatory, Stikine River, LeConte Glacier Bay and Petersburg. Southeast Alaska's premier tour and charter company.

Auklet Charter Services
Custom, multi-day, overnight charter boat services specializing in scientific research, adventure cruises, wildlife viewing, bird watching and film crew support.

Babkin Charters
Experience Prince William Sound with Babkin Charters - Hiking, Sightseeing, Kayaking, Photography, Sport, Fishing, Birding, Wildlife and Whale Watching, Back Country Skiing

Muddy Water Adventures
We offer tours and water taxi services in the waters around Wrangell and within the Tongass National Forest, Alaska. Our covered, heated jet-boat was built right here in Wrangell!

Summit Charters
Customized Alaska sightseeing charters and/or tours including Stikine River, LeConte Glacier, Anan Wildlife Observatory and Wrangell Water Tours.

BIRDING


Wings Over Alaska
Alaska Department of Fish and Game, Division of Wildlife Conservation, Wildlife Viewing Program that encourages more people to enjoy Alaska’s birds and to take their birding skills to a higher level. Alaska is home to a huge variety of birds – 468 species have been positively identified to date – and makes the 49th state a paradise for birders and a destination for many who hope to see rarities like the Bluethroat, Whiskered Auklet, and Bristle-Thighed Curlew.

Auklet
Prince William Sound's birds of interest include the Bald Eagle, Arctic Tern, Horned and Tufted Puffin, Parakeet Auklet, Marbled and Kittlitz's Murrelet.

Babkin
Long summer days and the return of the salmon to spawning streams make for an abundance of wildlife in the sound. Nesting seabirds, bald eagles, black bears and otters abound.

Alaska Waters Wilderness Adventure Tours
To see the largest springtime concentration of Bald Eagles in North America let Alaska Waters take you to the Stikine River.

Izembek Lodge
The pristine environment and abundant food resources of Izembek Lagoon attracts large concentrations of waterfowl for a two month period beginning in late August and lasting until early November

PHOTOGRAPHY


John Gomes Photography
John is a photographer living in Anchorage, Alaska.  He's the official photographer for the Alaska Zoo and Rodeo Alaska.   He can be seen wandering all over Alaska shooting photos and videos.

Britt Coon
My main passion is photographing Sprint Sled Dog Racing in Alaska. I love capturing images of the dog teams racing on the trails. My leap into the world of photography began through volunteering at the Bird Treatment & Learning Center. 

Photos by Joanie Havenner
Specializing in candid photos capturing just the right moment at just the right time of you, your children, friends and family. Each package is customized for you.  

WILDLIFE VIEWING


Brown Bear Viewing at Katmai
Join Lake Clark Air and spend an exciting day at the Brooks Lodge in Katmai National Park.

The Alaska Zoo
The Alaska Zoo, Anchorage, Alaska provides or finds homes for orphaned, injured or abandoned animals.  Also Summer Zoo Camps, ages 6-12 - behind-scenes experiences for kids.

Alaska Wildlife Conservation Center
The Alaska Wildlife Conservation Center (AWCC) is a sanctuary dedicated to preserving Alaska’s wildlife through conservation, research, education and quality animal care.

Wildlife Viewing with Lake Clark Air
Our activities are designed for small groups and provide you with a personalized experience. The activities take you into Alaska's most remote areas for chances to see and  photograph bears, caribou, moose, eagles, waterfowl, salmon and other wildlife.