Scenic Flight And Glacier Landing
Get into the wild with our Glacier Landing! This amazing 30 minute tour will leave you absolutely captivated and is a photography favorite. Fly by 3 glaciers before landing at the toe!
★ Fly Over Godwin Glacier and See Seward from the Air
★ See Snake-Tongue, Porcupine Glacier and Hawk’s Glacier
★ Land at the Toe of An Amazing Glacier
★ Epic Photo Opportunities
★ No Extra Gear Needed. We provide it all.
★ Appropriate for All Ages. Children 2 and Under Ride Free.
★ Complimentary Pick Up and Drop Off at all Seward Area Hotels.
“Best experience of my life! – Rollie visited July 2016”
|Departures:||9:15, 10:45, 1:30, 2:45, 4:15 and by appointment|
|Length:||30 Minutes: 15 minutes flying, 15 minute landing|
|Price:||$199 per seat|
What To Bring:
|Sunglasses, Sunscreen, Jacket, Sneakers or Boots|
|This tour requires good visibility so we can fly. If you are in Seward for more than one day, we recommend booking your trip on your first day so that if there are issues with visibility we can reschedule you for later on in your trip.|
|Weather Policy||If we cannot fly, there is a full refund. If you have the time, we will work to reschedule your tour.|
Nothing says Alaska quite like glaciers! Come experience the wonder of nature on our 30 minute glacier landing scenic flight and landing. You will travel through a spellbinding glacier filled valley on the way to your landing where you will have the opportunity to get out at the toe of the glacier, take pictures, and touch glacier ice!
Your tour begins in our office where we will get you properly outfitted for your excursion. We have boots, rain jackets, and even gloves for you to borrow. After you are geared up, it’s time to talk about safety! We pride ourselves on our excellent safety record – and were featured by the Alaskan Division of OSHA for our attentiveness to detail. All our passengers learn about how to safely enter and exit our helicopters as well as the key safety features on board.
We primarily fly Robinson 44 helicopters which have room for three passengers as well as a small back pack or handbag. This means that everyone gets a window seat! If you are part of a larger group, don’t worry! We have multiple helicopters on site and are experts at working with large families and tour groups. We often take large families on this excursion because it is a great opportunity for family photos and to create that one-of-a-kind Alaskan holiday card.
Then, it’s time for take off. If you’ve never flown in a helicopter, you will be amazed by the smoothness of the ride. Helicopters are far more comfortable than planes and our pilots have pin-point precision as to where they can fly.
Taking off from the airport, you will fly over a beautiful braided river towards Godwin Glacier. As you fly over the bay look for otters and whales. Sometimes, we will see bears and moose in this area. Godwin glacier will astound you — but that’s not where our journey ends. You’ll get to see the toe of Godwin Glacier before we turn into a mountain valley where you will fly by 3 glaciers: Porcupine Glacier, Snake-Tongue Glacier, and Hawk’s Glacier.
This beautiful valley is a great place for family photos. The helicopter will land near the base of one of these three glaciers based on weather, group size, and your preference. When the helicopter lands, our pilots or guides will help snap some photos of you as explore the toe. Pose in front of glacier ice or make a snowball and enjoy the scenic vistas in front of you.
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What Guests Say
“ We wanted to experience a glacier landing during our vacation and booked this tour last minute after seeing the great reviews. This was an AMAZING experience from start to end.– Christine Summer 2016 ”
“ Our three-generational family of six took the Seward Helicopter Tours Glacier Landing trip. The ground staff were solicitous and friendly and the pilots (we needed two helicopters to accommodate all of us) were calm and competent and readily took pictures of all of us. The views on the way were very picturesque and the glacier itself was out of this world. Being able to touch the glacier and to see the inside of it from a 3 foot distance was an awesome, unforgettable experience!– August 2016 Visitor”