Choose Your Own Itinerary

Go back in time on one of our glacier tours. Choose your own vessel for a whale watching adventure, whether it be a tour boat for several passengers or your own personal kayak. Hike into Glacier Bay National Park and see seldom viewed waterfalls, bears, moose, and other animals. If fishing is what you are looking for, we offer salt water charters for barn-door sized halibut and hard-hitting salmon. We also offer secluded stream fishing for Pink, Silver, Sockeye, or Chum Salmon. Not satisfied yet? Custom tours can include a trip to the Hot Spring, excursions to Skagway and Haines, and even flight tours can fit into your itinerary... the choice is yours!

View the many activities we can help coordinate below or choose from our customized itinerary packages here.

Fish on a local charter boat for hard-hitting salmon and barn-door size halibut on a shared deluxe cabin cruiser with up to four people (boat features enclosed cabin and head). Prices start at $500 per person and include your guide and tackle. Alaska fishing licenses are required and must be purchased separately. Custom fish smoking, processing, and gratuity are not included.

Spend the day fishing secluded streams for hard-hitting Silver, Sockeye, Pink, or Chum Salmon, along with Dolly Varden, Cutthroat, and Rainbow Trout.  Prices start at $500 per person and include your guide and boat ride out to a secluded stream. Alaska fishing licenses are required and must be purchased separately. Unguided walk in trips are also available.  Call for details and pricing. 

The river fishing trip offers a great introduction to spin or fly fishing in Gustavus. We’ll take a short walk through the forest to a bend in the river where we’ll fish for Salmon and/or Trout. Between jumping fish and wildlife sighting opportunities, you are sure to experience the excitement of Alaska on this trip. All fishing gear is included, as well as lessons for those interested. The duration of this private trip is around 2 hours.

On this trip we’ll use kayaks to reach fishing spots in Gustavus that are not accessible by foot. When we arrive at each fishing spot, we will exit the kayaks and fish from shore. We’ll start upriver and float downstream, ending where the river meets the ocean. As we travel the river we will have the chance to see bald eagles, bears, and moose. Depending on the time of year, we’ll have the opportunity to catch Dolly Varden, Cut Throat Trout, Pink Salmon, and Silver Salmon. Both fly fishing rods and spinning rods will be available. Fly fishing lessons are also included. The duration of this private trip is around 4 hours.

FLOAT PLANE TRANSPORTATION: As an optional upgrade, travel to/from the river via float plane can be arranged. While up in the air you will be blown away by the amazing views and might even have the chance to look down on wildlife such as bears or whales.

1-2 guests: $2,000 Total
3 guests: $2,400 Total
4-5 guests: $3,600 Total

Join us for a relaxing paddle from Gustavus, Alaska to a nearby uninhabited island. It is common to spot bald eagles, sea otters, sea lions, and sometimes even whales as we paddle through the waters of Icy Strait. In addition to kayaking along the shores of this island, you will also have the chance to explore remote beaches and creatures such as starfish and sea anemones which are found in the island’s tide pools. This unique kayaking tour allows you to see a part of Alaska that very few visitors have ever stepped foot on. Trip duration is around 4 hours.

Experience the grandeur and beauty of Glacier Bay aboard a high-speed vessel. This all day cruise shows the best of what Glacier Bay has to offer. See massive glaciers close up and observe abundant wildlife. Prices start at $275.00 per person.

You may also choose to enjoy a private trip through Glacier Bay on a 28 ft. touring vessel that can fit up to 6 people. This is a more flexible option for small groups looking to make their own itinerary. Call us for pricing and to see if a permit is available.

Camper drop-offs in Glacier Bay National Park & Preserve are also available.

Take a half-day cruise on the m/v Taz to Point Adolphus, one of the best places to see humpback whales up close, as well as a variety of other Alaskan marine life. Learn to recognize them by their sounds, behavior, and appearance. Whale sightings are guaranteed. Prices start at $130 per person.

Custom whale watching tours aboard smaller boats are available. These tours are from 4 to 8 hours and can accommodate up to 6 people. Please call us for pricing.



Paddle around and see wildlife in Bartlett Cove! We have guided and unguided sea kayaking available. Choose from half day to multi day trips. Full day guided trips are $180.00 per person, half day guided trips are $130.00 per person, $85.00 per person for full day unguided, and $65.00 per person for a half day unguided. These trips are perfectly suited for beginners and families. Both single and double kayaks are available.

If you're interested in kayaking among a variety of Alaskan sea life, we offer a more advanced trip as well. These trips start with a short boat ride to a drop off spot at Point Aldophus where a guide will lead kayaking with otters, seals, porpoise, sea lions and whales, as well as tide pool and rain forest explorations. Call us for pricing and to learn more.

Choose from two different itineraries to visit Pack Creek located on Admiralty Island, a fantastic spot to view brown and black bears. Flights leave from Juneau. Call for pricing.


This one-of-a-kind adventure takes you on a stunning trip from Glacier Bay to Cross Sound, where a wide variety of sea and bird life can be viewed along the way. Take a short hike on George Island to a World War II artillery site. This trip includes a stop in the picturesque fishing community Elfin Cove, located on the Northern tip of Alaska’s famous Inside Passage. Call for pricing.

Experience one of the few all-natural hot springs in southeast Alaska. Travel along the Inside Passage while seeing a variety of sea and bird life. Once on Chichagof Island, take a short overland trip to the Hot Springs, which offer a unique view of the temperate rain forest and even an opportunity to see Brown Bears. Change into your suit to relax and enjoy the beauty and solitude of Southeast Alaska as you soak in the soothing waters. Call for pricing.

Plan a day in Skagway, Alaska. Itineraries include a flight seeing trip, 3-hour train ride to the historic White Pass Summit along the Yukon Railroad route, shopping and exploring historic Skagway, and more! Please call us for pricing.

Take a flight up to Haines, Alaska to embark on a river rafting trip on the Chilkat River through the Bald Eagle Preserve. Float past a Tlingit Village and travel on the river as they did. This is one of the best photo opportunity spots for bald eagles and other wildlife amidst the grandeur of glaciated snow-capped peaks.

Your day in Haines may continue with a visit to the Kroschel Wildlife Center for an up-close and personal experience with over 15 species of Alaskan wildlife. Call for prices.

Have a medium-sized group and want to do something different? Trips vary from private ferry service and whale watching to tours to outlying fishing villages like Elfin Cove. Embark on a cruise to a small town, walk the boardwalk, enjoy lunch, and then return on a leisurely trip watching for whales, bears, eagles, and abundant sea life. Call for prices.