The flight-seeing opportunities in and around Homer and Kachemak Bay are spectacular: from glacier-clad mountain peaks and massive snow fields, to active volcanoes, Homer’s aerial scenery will astound you. Fly west and see Brown Bear in their undisturbed habitat. Fly east and see Dall Sheep and Mountain Goats.
Fly over Kachemak Bay State Park to the rugged and inhabited outer coast that forms the Gulf of Alaska and the Kenai Fiords National Park. Consider landing in a remote lake for lunch surrounded by a solitude that few experience, and none forget. Here’s one secret: combine flightseeing with a trip to one of several predominantly native communities around the Bay, Seldovia or Nanwalek. Another secret, consider combining a fishing trip to Delight or Desire Lakes in McCarty Fiord, or land on the outer coast in Nuka Bay for a deserted beach walk.
Glacier Flightseeing Tour: Perfect if you are short on time. On this half-hour flightseeing tour of the glaciers in Kachemak Bay State Park, you will view the Dixon, Portlock, and Grewingk glaciers while spotting wildlife such as bears, moose, Dall Sheep, sea otters and porpoises.
Price: $199 PP (2 Person Minimum, 1 hour trip)
Alaska is renowned for incredible bear viewing opportunities. This is a place where the bear is king! Many professional photographers come here to get the
perfect shot.The minimum age for this trip is 8 years old.
Price: Starting from $499 PP, price includes park fees